Cheerful Imran seeks ECP’s response to his letter on rigging

LAHORE: Cheerful to have the NA-122 election tribunal’s verdict in his favor, Imran Khan warned the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) of staging a sit-in if it did not respond to his letter pertaining to electoral rigging, ARY News reported.

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After the tribunal’s verdict ordering re-election in NA-122, the PTI chairman was warmly welcomed upon his arrival to address workers here.

Imran Khan felicitated the ones who supported him during sit-in in Islamabad and said his struggle was aimed at restoring the sanctity of vote.

The skipper said that he has no enmity with Ayaz Sadiq, his only goal is to reform the electoral process in Pakistan.

He claimed to down the third wicket in the next week.

While hinting at the return of Dharna, Khan warned if the ECP did not respond to his letter within two weeks then the people will forget his earlier sit-in which lasted for 126 days.

He asked the voters in NA-122 to remain prepared as his party is going to contest the re-election with ‘neutral umpires’ in charge of the process.


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