PTI wants re-polling in Malir

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) district Malir workers have showed reservation on the electoral process in their area and demanded the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to conduct re-polls there.

Addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club, Inayat Khatak of PTI said the staff appointed for polling station was completely untrained and resultantly the polling could not started on time. He said in most of the polling stations the staff was insufficient to handle the polling process.

He said that the government had appointed its blue eye persons as presiding officers to favor the ruling party. He said they received some proofs that could prove the polling process was based on rigging in such areas where the position of ruling and other influential parties’ was weak.

He said however, the election commission failed to conduct transparent elections despite their complaints.

Rejecting the whole process of election, he demanded of the authority to conduct re polls in the supervision of military and those persons involved in the rigging should be arrested.

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