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PTI will hold nationwide protest on March 2 against rigging

PTI will hold nationwide protest on March 2 against rigging

PTI will hold nationwide protest on March 2 against rigging

PTI will hold nationwide protest against electoral rigging on March 2

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LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) issued a nationwide protest call on March 2 against electoral rigging in the 2024 general elections, asserting that other political parties will also join them.

Following a meeting with PTI founder Imran Khan, Secretary General Omar Ayub, also the party’s candidate for the prime ministerial role, decried the alleged “widespread” rigging during the polls. He announced PTI’s intention to protest nationwide alongside other political entities, lamenting the perceived theft of their seats through administrative means.

Ayub emphasized that the people had entrusted their mandate to the former PTI chairman, and the nation’s mandate along with their seats had been compromised.

Ayub highlighted that successful PTI-backed candidates possessed Form-45s, indicating irregularities in the electoral process. Despite Imran Khan’s incarceration, party leaders remain steadfast in their stance, expressing confidence in their position.

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Ayub affirmed PTI’s commitment to pursuing legal recourse both in courts and assemblies, underscoring their struggle for truth.

Furthermore, Ayub disclosed PTI’s nominations for the posts of National Assembly speaker and deputy speaker, naming Amir Dogar and Junaid Khan respectively.

Speaking outside Adiala jail, PTI central leader Sher Afzal Marwat reiterated Imran Khan’s directive to organize nationwide protests on March 2.

Marwat clarified that discussions with the former prime minister focused on internal party affairs. He confirmed PTI’s elected members’ intent to take the oath on February 29.

Additionally, Marwat stated that Khan would correspond with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in accordance with the party’s agenda. Despite PTI’s significant electoral success, it disputes the poll outcomes, alleging irregularities and lack of fairness.

The party plans to stage peaceful protests nationwide against the alleged rigging. Meanwhile, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), the second and third largest parties respectively, have decided to form governments in the Centre, Punjab, and Balochistan, following the polls where no single party secured a simple majority.

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