LAHORE: Expressing dissatisfaction over the verification process of Karachi’s voters, Leader of the Opposition Chaudhry Nisar said Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) along with other opposition parties will stage a sit-in outside the Parliament and then march to the Election Commission of Pakistan.
Nisar was speaking to the media on Saturday after a party meeting in Lahore.
The opposition leader said the state of affairs in Karachi was against free and fair elections.
Speaking about the overall situation in Sindh and Balochistan, Nisar said despite his insistence, no opposition leader was appointed in the provincial assemblies.
Resolving to fight constitutionally, Nisar said the opposition will not let President Asif Ali Zardari set up a caretaker government of his choice in the two provinces.
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