ECP denies Imran Khan's allegations of rigging in NA-68 Sargodha
ISLAMABAD: The Additional Secretary of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), Sher Afgan has said that no rigging took place in NA-68 Sargodha, during the last general elections and a difference of some votes occurred due to typing mistakes – ARY News reports.
Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, Sher Afgan said that due to typing mistakes during General Elections 2013 in NA-68 Sargodha, a difference of some votes occurred, yet this does not affect the overall result of the elections.
He said that at the end of the elections, the result is issued after the correction of all such mistakes.
The Additional Secretary further vowed that if any returning officer was found guilty of such mistakes on purpose, an action will be taken against him.
Earlier the ECP had announced to probe PTI Chairman, Imran Khan's allegations of rigging. The ECP in this regard, had sought complete record of the recounting of votes in NA-68, Sargodha.
The Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif stood successful from this constituency, in the General Elections 2013.