‘Poll rigging’: PTI announces launching countrywide movement after Eid

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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced a nationwide movement against alleged election rigging after Eid-ul-Fitr, beginning in Balochistan.

During a press conference in Rawalpindi, PTI leader Asad Qaiser stated that the inaugural rally will be held in Pishin district as part of the protest movement. A meeting to coordinate rally logistics will convene at Balochistan National Party Chairman Akhtar Mengal’s residence on April 12 in Quetta.

Former information minister Shibli Faraz asserted that PTI had received a clear mandate from the people, only to have it stolen. He stressed the importance of pursuing legal action to rectify the situation. Faraz also underscored the significance of distinguishing between individuals with Form 45 and Form 47, expressing concerns about the negative impact on investment and the exodus of skilled individuals from the country.

In reference to the delayed Senate elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the PTI leader raised suspicions about the province being targeted for its support of a particular party. He emphasized the necessity of upholding the constitution and rule of law in Pakistan to prevent it from descending into a failed state.

PTI’s MNA Omar Ayub dismissed the notion that former first lady Bushra Bibi is a liability, instead portraying her as a source of strength for Imran Khan. He also informed the media about an upcoming medical examination for Bushra Bibi to dispel any suspicions of poisoning.

‘Poll rigging’: PTI announces launching countrywide movement after Eid

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