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PTI Calls for Judicial Probe into Commissioner’s Election Rigging Claims

Islamabad – Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has called for the formation of a judicial commission to investigate allegations of rigging made by Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha. The commissioner recently admitted to helping rig the February 8th poll in favor of a specific political party during a press conference on Saturday.

Addressing the media at the party’s central secretariat in Islamabad, Gohar Ali Khan expressed that it was unusual for a commissioner to hold a press conference based on his conscience. He insisted on the need for a judicial commission to thoroughly examine the allegations and emphasized that the findings of the inquiry should be made public.

Barrister Gohar also urged the authorities to release the election results in accordance with Form-45. He confidently stated that the PTI would form governments at both the national level and in the province of Punjab.

Reiterating the PTI’s performance in the February 8th elections, Gohar Ali Khan claimed that the party secured 180 seats in the national assembly. He provided a breakdown of the seats won, stating that PTI obtained 115 seats in Punjab, 16 in Sindh, 42 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), and four in Balochistan.

Gohar Ali Khan highlighted that Commissioner Chattha’s statement supported the PTI’s position, and he commended the commissioner for speaking out based on a sense of right and wrong.

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