If JC points to administrative negligence, PTI will accept: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan Thursday said if the proposed Judicial Commission concluded that there was only administrative negligence in the elections of 2013, he would accept it.

Addressing a press conference here, the PTI chief said he was unable to understand whatever the Information Minister talks about. “I have doubts about his mental condition,” he added.

However, he said his party has sent a letter to Ishaq Khan, inviting to him as to come and take the dialogue process forward.

Commenting on the protest of parents during his visit to Army Public School, Peshawar on Wednesday, he said if he had been in the shoes of these parents he would have reacted the same way. “If the parents of the martyrs want to take their anger out on me, I am willing to revisit the school,” he offered.

Clarifying reports of traveling in a long convoy, he said there were only six protocol vehicles in his motorcade the rest were those of the ministers. “You would never again see such protocol with me,” he added.

He said his party had been turned down by one judge and no one should draw a conclusion from it that ‘we distrust the entire judiciary’.

Imran Khan said even if no re-elections are held, one can expect better elections whenever they are organized next time in the light of the findings of the proposed Judicial Commission.