Election Tribunal records Imran Khan’s statement

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan reached the regional Election Tribunal office in Lahore on Saturday to record his statement, saying that he is hopeful that justice would be served this time.

Imran Khan had challenged rigging during polling in NA-122 and has arrived at the tribunal to record his statement regarding the matter. The tribunal is hearing Khan’s petition against Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq today.

Before the arrival of the PTI leader, a massive number of PTI and PML-N supporters gathered outside the Election Commission Tribunal in Punjab. The workers and supporters of both the parties were chanting slogans against each other.

Heavy contingents of security forces were present in the vicinity to avert any untoward situation.

During the last hearing, the witnesses from PTI recorded their statements.

Imran Khan, while talking to media before leaving for Lahore to record his statement, said that PTI was ready to start dialogue within 48 hours with the government.

He said that he has received mixed signals from the government and said that they should not be deceived this time. He urged for “serious” dialogues from the government this time.