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Imran slams PML-N stance on NA-125 verdict

ISLAMABAD: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan Monday said that the Supreme Court provided only a 30-day stay to Saad Rafique, lamenting that PML-N is trying to give impression that the irregularities in election did not benefit anyone, ARY News reported.

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According to details, Imran Khan along with his confidants appeared before the judicial commission to probe electoral rigging.

In response to the suspension of election tribunal’s verdict of re-polling in NA-125, Imran Khan said that Saad Rafique got a stay for only a month.

“Nawaz-league is trying to give the impression as if the irregularities took place only because of the blunders of the election staff and not to benefit anyone,” he lamented.

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) was responsible of watching out for discrepancies in the polls, but the commission was itself involved in the rigging, maintained the PTI chief.

Khan further said that 15 out of total 70 thousand verified voters in Ayaz Sadiq’s constituency were also fake.

“Judicial commission’s action will suggest up to what extent the institutions are independent,” Khan declared.

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