LODHRAN: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan vowed on Thursday to put an end to VIP protocol. He said that traffic will not be stopped for anyone including Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
Announcing an end to VIP protocol, Chairman PTI expressed sorrow over the death of 10-year-old Bisma. He said that the nation mourns the loss of the young child as much as the loss of life at APS Peshawar.
In an apparent jibe at the Bilawal Bhutto, he said that if someone is so afraid of death, he should sit at home. Khan said that no one even CM KP would be allowed VIP protocol from now onwards.
The PTI leader said that he would announce next course-of-action today at 2pm in the afternoon.
While talking to the media, Khan said that several dummy polling stations were caught in NA-154 while still elections were rigged at some stations in the constituency.
Khan said that PTI defeated the ruling party with a margin of as many as 40,000 votes which is huge. He said that members of the party worked really hard and the party deserved this achievement.
Tareen won the seat with more than 1.17 lac votes while PML-N’s Siddique Baloch could only manage 73,247 votes. Overall polling situation on December 23 remained in control owing to Pakistan Army and other law enforcement agencies.
A re-poll was ordered in the constituency by election tribunal after Siddique Baloch was denotified in August for possession of fake academic credentials. Baloch had won the seat in the General Elections 2013 as an independent candidate and got himself associated with PML-N afterwards.
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