Imran alleges Punjab government sabotage PTI’s party elections

Islamabad: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaaf Imran Khan has alleged that Punjab government has let loose terrorists in the province and an election alliance is being forged with them.

He stated this while addressing the party workers here on Tuesday. He said that the Punjab government with the help of Police sabotaged their party elections in the province. He said police sealed their offices‚ which is deplorable.

He said that Sharif brothers are pursuing politics of inheritance. He further accused leading parties of making electoral alliances with “terrorists and corrupt leaders,” just for maintaining its hold on power.

He said that after two days party elections will take place in Islamabad instead of Punjab to avoid any action by Punjab police. He also alleged that recruitments were made in Punjab Police without following merit.

PTI chairman said that his party will seek help from the Election Commission of Pakistan in this regard. He assured his party workers that intraparty elections will be held despite all the hurdles. He said that we are determined to end the politics of inheritance.

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