Pakistan

PML-N’s wicket in NA-122 near to fall, says Imran

MULTAN: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan reiterated on Friday that 2015 is the year of ‘change’ in the country, ARY News reported.

Addressing a mammoth public rally at Sports Ground in Multan, he said incumbent rulers have adopted so stringent security for themselves as general public can’t even protest outside their residences. Can you stage protest outside Nawaz Sharif’s residence, Khan threw a question at public.

He castigated that children of leaders are now plundering national wealth.

Khan said no nation progress in the wake of construction of motorway. The PTI chief reiterated that depoliticization of Karachi police was vital for restoring peace in the city.

He said it was discovered before the judicial commission that ECP printed extra ballot papers. Khan claimed that 17% extra ballot papers were printed in the constituency of PM’s son-in-law Captain Safdar.

The PTI chairman said in reference to upcoming tribunal verdict on the constituency where Ayaz Sadiq emerged victorious that, “PML-N’s wicket is about to fall in NA-122.”

He mocked PML-N, saying that N-League even couldn’t do rigging properly as PTI gave them very tough time and got huge number of votes.

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