PTI seeks CEC, chief justice’s resignation after Rawalpindi Commissioner’s bombshell revelations

PoliticsPTI seeks CEC, chief justice’s resignation after Rawalpindi Commissioner’s bombshell revelations
  • PTI Spokesperson calls upon ECP to return public stolen mandate forthwith
  • Demands actions against all characters involved in mega polls fraud

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Spokesperson demanded that Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) and Chief Justice should tender their resignations in the aftermath of the bombshell revelations by Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chatha, who unmasked the real characters involved in the mega polls theft scam converting PTI backed independents clear-cut lead into defeat forcibly and fraudulently.

Reacting to the Commissioner Rawalpindi’s confessional statement before the media regarding his role in the elections robbery, PTI Spokesperson said that the CEC had no legal and moral justification to remain in office anymore; hence he should quit his office instantly and return the stolen seats to PTI immediately.

   

He stated that Liaquat Chatha’s admission of massive rigging in the elections was an endorsement of PTI’s stance as to how the public mandate was stolen in the dark of the night, besides exposing the real characters involved in the heinous crime of rigging in the elections.

PTI Spokesperson went on to say that the Commissioner Rawalpindi’s confession that the victory of independent candidates leading with over 70,000 votes was converted into a defeat by putting fake stamps.

He made it clear that Liaquat Chatha testified the stance of PTI of mega polls theft, as the people voted to PTI-affiliated independent candidates in a large numbers; however, the overwhelming PTI’s majority was turned into a minority overnight through poll fraud.

PTI Spokesperson demanded that in the light of Commissioner Rawalpindi’s statement, the electoral watchdog should instantly return PTI’s 86 stolen seats, which won the party’s backed independent candidates with clear margin as per forum 45.

He stressed the need that all the officers involved in the heinous plan of openly insulting the public mandate, including the CEC and the Chief Justice, should immediately resign after Liaquat Chatha’s statement regarding polls theft.

PTI Spokesman demanded that following resurfacing undisputed and undeniable evidence of large-scale rigging in the elections, all the criminals involved in stealing public mandate should be punished as per constitution and the law.

He underlined that the ongoing efforts to plunge the country into political and economic instability by imposing the people rejected clique under power sharing formula against the public’s aspirations and will should be abandoned forthwith.

PTI Spokesperson reiterated that the people stolen mandate should be immediately returned to their beloved leader Imran Khan and PTI, as they expressed full confidence on their leader and the party through their power of votes.

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