PTI Chairman Imran Khan on Monday released call for new protest outside election Committee of Pakistan (ECP) office in Islamabad on Thursday (August 4) to demand Resignation of Chief Electoral Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja.
Addressing him party PTI members national Board meeting in Islamabad, Imran said that the meetings of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab adopted resolutions against CEC, saying they lost confidence in his.
“Commission should under no circumstances carry out next general elections,” he said.
First of In his speech, the head of PTI recalled that during his tenure government tried it best introduce electronic voting machines (computers) in ensure “free and transparent elections”. “But the CEC sabotaged our hard work provide system of rigging for two parties (PPP and PML-N).
He said that during recent follow-up polls in Punjab, PTI’s biggest problem was fraud, but “despite many attempts, it emerged victorious.”
“Trust in government lost”
Imran also claimed that government lost credibility both nationally and internationally.
“It has fallen to such an extent that the commander-in-chief must now ask for loan from the IMF (International Monetary Fund). Can you imagine?”
The comments of the ex-premier concerned the reports of Main of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa reaches out US Deputy Secretary of State of Wendy Sherman’s fortune last a week for help in ensuring early termination of a loan from the IMF.
In his speech today, Imran said that time has revealed reality and “incompetence” of Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif people who once thought he was a “smart man”.
“It clear now that these people never thought about economy or future of country,” he said. – They never came. with a plan or roadmap for its stabilization. All of them wanted was the NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance).
“Today, economy approaching default,” continued the head of PTI, adding that “ people who witnessed the conspiracy [against the PTI government] and refused to do anything about it” were equally responsible for a crisis in Pakistan.