Imran urges Lahoriites to prevent PML-N from rigging in NA-122

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan Friday said in NA-122 the ‘contest will take place between passion and a party which is fading away’, ARY News reported.

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Addressing a massive rally in Lahore on the concluding day of election campaign, the PTI chairman tried to garner more and more support in favor of his party candidate Aleem Khan.

He once against alleged the Punjab police to be the militant wing of Nawaz-league, which it [PML-N] uses to victimize its political rivals.

Imran hailed his candidate Aleem Khan for working day and night to promote PTI manifesto in Lahore. He urged the masses ‘to prevent PML-N from hijacking the by-election for it cannot win without manipulating the polls’.

He accused PM Sharif of laundering the national wealth abroad, adding, “Nawaz Sharif acquired funds from Osama bin Laden, which Khalid Khawaja admitted before the court”.

The skipper also said that he will not fly to Jeddah in difficult times.



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