PTI demands judicial commission to probe Rawalpindi commissioner's rigging claims

PTI demands judicial commission to probe Rawalpindi commissioner's rigging claims

On Saturday, Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha surrendered to police after claiming that he made returning officers under him to change results for at least 13 MNA candidates.
PTI demands judicial commission to probe Rawalpindi commissioner's rigging claims

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18 Feb 2024

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Gohar Khan and candidate for prime minister-post Omer Ayub on Sunday demanded formation of judicial commission to probe the confessions made by the Liaquat Ali Chattha, former commissioner of Rawalpindi, of overturning the losers into winners on the Rawalpindi division seats.

On Saturday, Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha surrendered to police after claiming that he made returning officers under him to change results for at least 13 MNA candidates.

But he did not substantiate his claims with any proof or information as to who was the beneficiary of such irregularities.

PTI leader Omar Ayub said for past 12 months, PTI workers were harassed by the police, put against the wall and cases were made against them.

He vowed PTI will form a government in center and provinces and claim to win the 180 seats in the elections. “I am grateful to the PTI founder and the party for considering me for PM role,” he said.

PTI leader demanded that notification of all candidates be issued and alleged that about 18 to 19 seats MQM have stolen in Karachi.

Meanwhile, the Election Commission of Pakistan has established a high-level committee to probe the rigging allegations made by Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha.

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