Imran Khan: PTI Will Pursue Legal Action for Alleged Rigging on February 8Imran Khan: PTI

In an informal conversation with the media at Adiala Jail, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) founder Imran Khan declared that the party is determined to contest the outcomes of the February 8 elections in the Supreme Court. This decision comes amidst escalating accusations of electoral malpractice.

A day prior to this statement, PTI had issued a stern demand for the immediate resignation of Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikandar Sultan Raja, alleging his failure to uphold constitutional and legal obligations and his purported involvement in facilitating what the party labeled as ‘electoral fraud.’

PTI’s grievances extended beyond CEC Raja as they pressed for the resignations of all members of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), whom they accused of collusion in depriving PTI-backed candidates of their rightful electoral mandates in the February 8 polls, which were plagued by widespread reports of vote tampering.

Imran Khan hinted at deliberations concerning the selection of the next prime minister, indicating that the matter is under consideration. However, he proceeded to nominate Ali Amin Gandapur for the role of Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Emphasizing the detrimental impact of rigged elections on the nation’s economy and stability, Imran stressed the imperative of holding free and fair elections as the sole remedy for the prevailing challenges faced by the country.

In a separate development, Imran Khan convened with PTI Secretary Information Raof Hassan, directing him to mobilize support from all political factions, excluding three, to voice opposition against the alleged electoral misconduct.


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