Judicial Commission on rigging in 2013 election: PML-N rejects PTI’s allegations
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on Saturday rejected Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) rigging allegations in General Elections 2013 in its reply to be submitted to the judicial commission.
As per reports, in the reply which will be submitted today, the PML-N said it was not involved in any rigging in General Election 2013 whatsoever. However, individual rigging cases have been heard by the election tribunals. “The party did not hijack anyone’s mandate,” it said. “In fact it was given the power by the people of the country due to its popularity and charter.”
The reply states that the PTI has been leveling rigging allegations against the PML-N for the last two years but retracted and from its claim when presented before the Judicial Commission. “Only five percent of PTI candidates approached tribunals after losing the elections and verdicts have been given on most of the pleas,” the reply claims.