ECP rejects Imran Khan's request to recount NA-122 votes

Imran managed to get only 84,417 votes in the constituency, compared to PML-N Sadiq’s 93,362 votes.


Web Desk May 17, 2013
Imran managed to get 84,417 votes in the constituency, compared to Sadiq’s 93,362 votes. PHOTO: AFP

ISLAMABAD: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan’s request to recount votes for Lahore’s NA-122, Express News reported on Friday.

Imran gave the commission three days to accept his party’s demand for recounting of votes in six constituencies. These constituencies were NA-57 Attock, NA-110 Sialkot, NA-122, NA-125, NA-154 Lodhran and NA-239.

According to the official results announced by the ECP, Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz’s (PML-N) Sardar Ayaz Sadiq won the seat.

Imran managed to get 84,417 votes in the constituency, compared to Sadiq’s 93,362 votes.

COMMENTS (79)

Talha | 8 years ago | Reply

Allah bless Pakistan. Allah bless PML n. People showed the wisdom and voted for PML n. PTI is doing false propaganda.

jooni | 8 years ago | Reply

So far PTI has been failed to provide any evidence of rigging. They are raising baseless allegations. Shame for PTI. I salute Pakistani people who gave their mandate to PML-N. PTI should respect the mandate given to PML-N by Pakistani public.

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