JC’s decision will lead to betterment of country, says Imran
The commission to probe alleged irregularities in General Elections 2013 is meeting on regular basis, while on the other hand PTI chairman today claimed that Nadra officials admitted before the commission that they do not possess vote-verification equipment.
After today’s hearing of the JC, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leaders reiterated that Tehreek-i-Insaf does not have any evidences to substantiate rigging of elections.
Earlier, Chief Justice Nasir ul Mulk during the hearing asked Imran Khan’s counsel that it is his responsibility to prove rigging allegations, to which Abdul Hafeez Pirzada replied that the testimonies laid forth by him substantiate the allegations.
The commission after getting done with today’s proceedings adjourned the hearing till tomorrow.