PML-N guilty of massive rigging, says Imran

PTI chief points out worst economic indicators in Punjab

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan in his latest tweet on Monday said that the Pakistan Muslim League-N knew that they had rigged the general elections on large scale; therefore they were opposing the thumb verification of votes in four constituencies.


“Recount of four constituencies is critical. We know why PML-N is blocking our democratic right to get recount. They know they are guilty of massive rigging,” he said. Imran said that PML-N knows it wasn’t possible for their candidate to bag 14.5 million votes especially when only 6.8 million voted in 2008 elections.


“PMLN knows it was impossible for an incumbent to get 14.5 million votes in 2013 from 6.8 million in 2008, in face of the worst economic indicators in Punjab,” Imran tweeted. He also thanked workers for participating in the rally despite all hurdles being created by the government. He also thanked media for covering the protest.


“Want to especially thank our youth and all PTI workers who overcame all PMLN hurdles to come to the rally which is the start of our movement,” he said. “Want to thank all our people for making our rally a tsunami rally. Also want to thank the media for their support and coverage,” the PTI chief tweeted.

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