QUETTA: Leaders of several political parties in Balochistan have urged the leadership of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to refrain from holding protest rallies and resolve the issue of recounting votes through the parliament’s electoral reforms committee. ANP MPA Zamaruk Khan Achakzai said such rallies would not be beneficial for the country due to the prevailing security situation. “The PTI has the right to object to electoral process, however the right forum to raise the issue is the Election Commission of Pakistan,” he added. Former minister and PPP leader Jan Ali Changezi stressed the need to create political harmony on the issues confronted by the country. “There is no need to agitate the issue through holding rallies as elements opposed to peace could create a law and order situation,” he added.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 20th, 2014.
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Army are there to maintain law and oder .
Shut Up! PTI knows better what to do, when to do and how to do. If Parliament was working, PTI is not crazy enough to come on roads. Its the one year futile expectations from parliament after which we are taking the matter to roads for public pressure on the government to fulfill our genuine, democratic and legal right.