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PTI chief hints at another protest in ‘next line of action’

ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan on Tuesday hinted at another protest movement from his party over government ‘reluctance’ to form judicial commission to probe alleged rigging of general elections, ARY News reported.

I will announce important line of action of the PTI on January 18, he said while addressing a press conference here.

Khan said, “We still can block roads and shut down cities, but we don’t want to proceed to that extreme step again.”

He said government must not be fearful of constituting the judicial commission if it is confident of fairly winning the general elections 2013. The PTI chief also announced that his parliamentarians would not enter the parliament until judicial commission was formed.

Khan said the PML-N committee, negotiating with the PTI on forming judicial commission, first said it had to consult minutes with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, then it cited reasons for delay as deliberations with their ally on the proposed commission.

The government, he said, wants to form a titular judicial commission. We discovered that the PML-N is not sincere and it kept PTI hanging in the balance, he explained.

Khan said he had proofs about elements behind printing fake ballot papers. He said returning officers at polling station no.97 submitted two different results.

He claimed that at least 30,000 bogus votes had been found during recounting in NA-122. He told that free and fair elections were equally an important issue along with other issues. This is connected with future of our generation, he added.

He called for unity of the entire nation. He repeated that National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq remained protected of rigging charges due to stay order of the court. Khan said he ended his Islamabad sit-in due to Peshawar incident.

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