Hue and cry being made in the name of rigging, says CEC

ISLAMABAD: Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sardar Muhammad Raza Khan has said that no finger prints or signatures on ballot papers do not mean that elections were rigged, ARY News reports.

Sardar Muhammad Raza Khan, in an interview, said that politicians of parties should provide evidences regarding their claims of rigging in the elections.

“If there are no signatures or finger prints on the counterfoil of the ballot then it do not mean that the elections were rigged”, CEC said.

He added that a hue and cry is being made in the name of alleged rigging in 2013 general elections.

The chief election commissioner said that action will be taken against the commotion which took place during the Senate elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

“An inquiry should be held regarding the horse trading during the Senate elections”, he said.

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