Nation won’t accept mandate thieves PDM-2: PTI

PoliticsNation won’t accept mandate thieves PDM-2: PTI
  • Says PTI has clear mandate to form govt in center, KP, Punjab
  • Recalls fall of Dhaka tragedy occurred because of daylight poll robbery
  • Vows PTI to resist all attempts of bulldozing people’s mandate

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has utterly rejected the malicious attempts to re-impose the mandate thieves’ clique of PDM-2 on the nation with the support of the disgusting characters of the regime change conspiracy backed by the most dishonest Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) by making a mockery of the constitution and law in the Country.

In a statement on Wednesday, the PTI Spokesperson said that the public’s rejected group were gathered once again to stage a drama of PDM-2 in the Country which is unacceptable and intolerable.

   

The PTI Spokesperson warned that the attempts to make the nation a slave to the certified criminals by stealing the public mandate would result in worst political instability in the country.

The Spokesperson made it clear that the nation had given a clear mandate to PTI form government in Central, Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) despite the unjust incarceration PTI Chairman-for-life Imran Khan, snatching “bat” symbol and not allowing to carry out election campaigns.

The PTI leader stressed that the people had given an overwhelming majority of 180 seats in National Assembly to PTI as per form-45.

“It is high time, we need to learn a lesson from history and should respect the public mandate, as Pakistan had to go through a tragedy like the fall of Dhaka as a result of daylight poll fraud,” he urged.

The Spokesperson recalled that the heirs of those who dismembered Pakistan were again active to facilitate the state’s efforts to trample on the public mandate.

Similarly, he stated that the certified thieves, who were chanting slogan of “Respect the vote”, were now trying its level best to get lion share in the booty of the stolen public mandate despite having only 17 seats in the National Assembly.

The PTI Spokesperson lamented that these public rejected PDM-2 group had the support of the disgusting elements orchestrated the regime change conspiracy as well as of the most dishonest CEC in history.

However, he made it clear that the people of Pakistan would not endure any attempt to make mockery of the constitution and democracy and daylight robbery of their votes come what may. He vowed that PTI would resist all attempts to steal the public mandate in a benefiting manner.

The PTI Spokesperson demanded that the state decision-makers should be mindful of the situation and release the results as per Form 45 and let PTI to form the government instead of bulldozing the people’s mandate in the Center and Punjab.

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