ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan said on Wednesday that he will register a case against Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain if his party workers are harmed during the campaign for NA-246 by-elections, Express News reported.
Addressing the media outside his house in Bani Gala, Imran said he will be leaving for Karachi tonight to start campaigning for the by-polls scheduled to be held on April 23.
Read: By-Polls for Karachi’s NA-246 to be held on April 23
“Despite security concerns, I will go to Karachi,” the PTI chairperson said.
The NA-246 constituency is hustling and bustling due to the by-election scheduled for April 23. On April 4, MQM workers had allegedly attacked a PTI election camp in Karimabad and set the party flag on fire.
Read: MQM workers attack PTI's election camp in Karachi
Speaking about the electoral rigging in 2013 general elections, Imran said since 1979, all elections have been rigged.
“The formation of the judicial commission is a big achievement for Pakistan,” he added.
Read: Election rigging: President promulgates ordinance on formation of judicial commission
With regards to Pakistan joining the Saudi-led military campaign in Yemen, the PTI chairperson said Pakistan should not send troops to the war-torn country.
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