ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) spokesperson has responded to the allegations levelled by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan in opposition to the chief election commissioner (CEC) and the fee, ARY News reported on Thursday.
The ECP spokesperson rejected the allegations of Imran Khan and stated that the PTI chief levelled baseless allegations in opposition to the fee and the CEC.
The spokesperson stated that the Toshakhana case was being heard in an open court docket whereas the establishment won’t any sort of stress whereas performing its duties in accordance with the Constitution and legislation.
Earlier, PTI chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan raised objections to the process for the appointments of the chief election commissioner (CEC), National Accountability Bureau (NAB) chairman and the formation of the caretaker authorities.
The PTI chairman reiterated that CEC Sikandar Sultan Raja made partial choices. “We will be successful in the by-elections despite vote rigging.”
“PML-N’s audio leak exposed the nexus between CEC and the government. There is no reason left to retain this CEC and he should tender his resignation.”
“The sitting CEC had completed delimitation with the support of PML-N. I have never held any meeting with the CEC and Justice Qazi Faez Isa. I am afraid of being sent to jail for my expected reaction if I appear before the CEC.”
Imran Khan, whereas speaking to journalists overlaying the election fee, claimed that he was totally conscious of ongoing makes an attempt to disqualify him. He stated that PTI will get a transparent majority within the subsequent elections.
“Attempts to steal elections are continued once again. They will need a large-scale plan to rig the polls this time that will disrupt the whole electoral system,” stated the politician.