ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) leaders on Friday vowed to raise rigging at every forum.

In a joint press conference at PTI offices, TLP candidate for NA-75 Chaudhry Rizwan Younas and PTI backed Independent candidate for NA-57 Rawalpindi Seemabia Tahir said they would knock every door and exhaust all options to get the public stolen mandate back.

PTI backed Independent candidate for NA-57 Rawalpindi Seemabia Tahir said that people spoke loudly and clearly for Imran Khan through votes despite all odds. She said they would not rest until get the stolen mandate back. She alleged that PTI backed candidates won in all constituencies but the results were changed.

She claimed: “We had all documented proof of poll robbery and all political parties’ candidates including TLP were ready to share rigging evidences with PTI.”

She said “the commissioner Rawalpindi exposed the mega poll robbery scheme through a press conference but he was allegedly forced to give new statement and nation was well-aware of all these tactics.”

Speaking on the occasion, Ch Rizwan said that allegations of rigging were leveled in the past elections; however massiverigging was done this time around.

Published in Dawn, February 24th, 2024

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