ISLAMABAD: The first step towards saving Pakistan has to be fixing the country’s electoral process, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairperson Imran Khan said on Tuesday.
Imran was talking to the media outside the Supreme Court, where he stressed that the current political setup favours the corrupt and allows them a place in the assemblies.
Speaking about the alleged rigging in the last year’s general election, Imran said it was important to bring wrongdoers to book to ensure the crime ends.
Commenting over the delay in investigation of rigging claims, Imran said he was not disappointed by the Supreme Court but was upset with former chief justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry as he failed to get the results of just four constituencies verified.
“If voting in those four constituencies were checked in timely manner, things would have been clearer as how massive was the rigging in May 11 elections,” he said.
Imran also warned that his party will go out in the streets if justice was not served.