NA-120 by-election: Yasmin alleges pre-poll rigging, woes to approach court

LAHORE: Alleging pre-poll rigging in NA-120 by-election, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Dr Yasmin Rashid on Sunday stated that she would approach the courts towards the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) over the alleged registration of ‘29,000 bogus votes’ within the constituency of Lahore.

While speaking to media, Dr Yasmin Rashid stated that that they had reservations towards the election fee and can approach the court towards the Election Commission of Pakistan over alleged registration of ‘bogus votes’.

She added that it had already been made up our minds that “we win or lose, I will be able to pass towards the ECP” to probe into 29,000 “bogus” votes belong to spaces out of doors of the constituency.

On the instance, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Dr Yasmin Rashid expressed her gratitude to the army and the media for enjoying the position making sure a calm election.

“I’m grateful to the media and army for the position they performed. The presence of the military ensured that electorate have been in a position to forged their votes peacefully and with none worries.”

While thanking to her supporters and electorate Yasmin stated that the margin of PML-N’s victory has been decreased. She alleged that PML-N activists used to barge inside of polling stations right through earlier elections however that used to be now not the case this time round.

“We need the elections to be held in a good and clear way. Rigged elections best weaken democracy,” she remarked.

According to Rashid, the PTI would announce its subsequent plan of action all the way through a information convention can be held quickly.

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