PTI likely to contest Senate elections
Sources told that the PTI will nominate its seven candidates on seven Senate seats out of total 12 from the Khyber Pakhtonkhwa.
Earlier in a press conference today from Jeddah, PTI chief Imran Khan said his party would contest the senate elections, but added that PTI won’t return to the assemblies until judicial commission to probe election rigging was formed.
Khan said it is their constitutional right to contest the senate elections. He maintained that there would have been no petrol or other crises in the country had the government made appointments on merit.
He said free and fair elections along with independent judiciary and media are the requirements of democracy.
He alleged that former Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry organized the most rigged election in Pakistan’s history.