NA-122: Election tribunal summons Imran on Dec 6 over rigging allegations

Election tribunal judge had earlier requested Imran to present witnesses for the case

Web Desk November 29, 2014

LAHORE: Following the hearing of the NA-122 rigging case in an election tribunal, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf  Chief Imran Khan has been summoned to give his statement on December 6, Express News reported Saturday.

During an election tribunal hearing earlier today (Saturday), the judge requested Imran to present witnesses for alleged rigging in NA-122.

More than 15 witnesses were presented today and their statements are being heard along with their evidence.

Earlier this year, the Election Commission of Pakistan had rejected the PTI chairman's request to recount votes for NA-122 in Lahore.


Zain | 7 years ago | Reply

If Imran Khan fails to provide proof,he should be put in jail and his request for recount quashed. We want to see tangible proofs.

[email protected] | 7 years ago | Reply

@Shireen: Technicalities technicalities; In past and perhaps again in coming days, on these technicalities boots ruled the Pakistan. For a democratic setup to survive, they need to rule by moral force and these technicalities are not satisfactory. They should go for recount else a big segment of society will not accept the results.

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