Imran Khan demands PM’s resignation, re-election under ‘new Election Commission’

پی ٹی آئی کے 20 سے زائد ایم پی ایز کا استعفیٰ کے معاملے پر تحفظات کا اظہار Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan said on Tuesday demanded Prime Minister s resignation and a re-election in the country, Dunya News reported.
Khan said that he will reveal the names of those allegedly involved in the alleged rigging in the general elections 2013. He vowed his movement will take back the ‘snatched freedom’, adding that protesting is their democratic right.
Addressing a press conference, he said that PTI had originally demanded vote recount in four constituencies only after accepting the election result. He claimed that the democracy in the country is not real, adding that people are to decide if they want democracy or monarchy.
Criticizing the current system, Khan said that this is the state of this democracy that imposition of article 245 was warranted.
He said he will reveal the names of ‘players involved in match fixing’ in his next media conference on August 11.
PTI chief claimed that the judiciary and election commission was involved in rigging the whole process, adding that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) received some 68 lakh votes in 2008. He reiterated if PML-N-led government has had milk running in the streets of Punjab that they received some 1.5 crore votes five years later.
He claimed that election results were stopped after Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif made the victory speech.
Khan said his party wants to fix the electoral process, vowing that his movement will take back the ‘snatched freedom’ on August 14. He said protesting is PTI’s democratic right.

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