Power stakes: PML-N-ECP alliance is evident, says Imran

The election commission would not have been exposed had the judicial commission not been formed


Our Correspondent June 30, 2015
The election commission would not have been exposed had the judicial commission not been formed. PHOTO: INP

LAHORE:


Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan accused the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the poll supervisory body of forming an unholy alliance and leaving other parties out of the power stakes.


“We fought the 2013 elections against both the PML-N and the election commission, and even now there coalition is evident,” said the PTI chief.

Read: Rigging probe: PML-N, ECP raise objections over PTI’s evidence

Imran said that while the electoral system would be reformed with the formation of the judicial commission, “the role of the Election Commission of Pakistan during the 2013 general elections would also be exposed”.

Read: Probing 2013 elections: PTI questions ‘neutrality’ of election authority

“The election commission would not have been exposed had the judicial commission not been formed,” he told the recently-appointed office bearers of different committees under the PTI Lahore district body.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 30th, 2015. 

COMMENTS (2)

Malveros | 6 years ago | Reply A poor attempt by IK to mislead the masses. The fact of the matter is IK via PTI had failed to provide any rigging proofs.
Atif | 6 years ago | Reply ECP is hardly fair and has always unjustly supported the ruling government. Now PML-N, previously PPP and PML-Q as well. There is nothing new in what you are saying IK. If ECP was not corrupt things would have been better.
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