Imran alleges ROs for poll rigging

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has held Returning Officers (ROs) real responsible for poll rigging in general elections 2013.

Addressing a press conference here Wednesday, Khan said he was aware how polls were rigged. He alleged that, “the real game was played by Returning Officers.”
Imran Khan said all the evidences have been collected about rigging in general elections and now decisions will be made in the Election Tribunals.

He said he was certain that after forensic report of NA-122, it was impossible for Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq to maintain his seat, adding that it will be cleared after ET decisions.

PTI chief further alleged that arrangements have been made for rigging in Gilgit Baltistan elections and for that PML-N member is appointed as caretaker Chief Minister. He said they would challenge this decision in the apex court.

“We will not return to the assemblies from where PTI has tendered resignations’, Khan asserted.