Omar berates police, district administration for raiding houses of PTI candidates, snatching nomination papers

PoliticsOmar berates police, district administration for raiding houses of PTI candidates, snatching...
  • Reminds ECP of its constitutional duty to stop unlawful, engineered pre-polls actions forthwith
  • Vows PTI to inflict crushing defeat on political rivals in polls as Khan has awakened Pakistanis

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Secretary General Omar Ayub Khan lashed out at the police and district administration for raiding houses of the PTI candidates without warrants, harassing and beating their women and children, urging the ECP to put a break on these illegal and engineered pre-poll rigging actions against PTI candidates immediately.

In a strongly-worded statement, the PTI Secretary General categorically stated that no matter how much pressure was exerted on PTI’s candidates and activists, PTI would secure a massive landslide victory in the elections set for February 8, 2024 because PM Imran Khan lived in the hearts of the people of Pakistan, who awakened the people of Pakistan.

   

He said that reports were coming in from across Pakistan and especially Punjab of actions and threats against PTI candidates, their proposers and seconders.

Omar stated that nomination papers were being snatched from the hands of the people taking the nomination papers by uniformed Police officers, as even homes were being invaded by the Police without warrants, women and children harrassed, beaten and threatened.

Similarly, he lamented that PTI candidates in jail were not being granted access to sign their nomination forms. “On being told that it is their constitutional right, the jail authorities simply shrug and say that they have orders from ‘above’. We need a clear definition of ‘above’,” he added.

“We can only assume that the Chief Executive of the country is the Caretaker PM Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar and that he is ordering these illegal actions through the Caretaker CMs,” Omar maintained.

PTI Secretary General went on to say: “We will also assume the Caretaker PM and his Caretaker CMs will be held accountable for conducting massive pre-poll rigging.”

Omar unscored that it was the responsibility of the Chief Election Commissioner and ECP to ensure that these illegal and engineered pre-poll rigging actions against PTI candidates by the Police and District Administration were stopped immediately.

“No matter how much pressure is exerted on PTI’s candidates and activists, we will continue to fight for democracy,” he vowed.

Omar made it clear that the people of Pakistan would ensure PTI will win with a massive landslide victory Inshallah.

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