ISLAMABAD: Supreme Court while hearing PTI plea on Tuesday issued notice to the Attorney General in votes verification case, ARY News reported.
Three members bench headed by Chief Justice Tassaduq Hussain Jillani while hearing vote verification plea of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) sought detailed report from the Attorney General about absence of the federal government employees in the election machinery.
The apex court heard the petition pertaining to alleged rigging in the four constituencies in May 11 general elections.
PTI chief Imran Khan talking to media outside the Supreme Court premises said that if voting in four constituencies were checked timely, things would have been clearer as how massive was the rigging in May 11 elections.
The PTI chief said that the first step to save Pakistan is to fix the electoral process in the country.
Imran claimed that the existing political setup backs the corrupt and facilitate their entry in assemblies.
PTI leader also announced that his party will launch an agitation if justice not served.