‘Preparations underway to rig Punjab by-polls,’ Imran Khan ranges allegations towards coalition govt

PTI Chairman Imran Khan addressing press convention on June 28, 2022. — Screengrab through YouTube/ PTV Information Reside

ISLAMABAD: PTI Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan Wednesday levelled allegations towards the coalition authorities, saying it was getting ready to  “rig the by-elections in Punjab”. 

The by-elections in Punjab will happen on July 17 for 20 provincial constituencies after the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) unseated 25 PTI MPAs for voting towards occasion strains.

The previous premier’s feedback got here throughout a press convention within the federal capital. He additional mentioned that Chief Minister Punjab Hamza Shahbaz will “lose his energy in Punjab quickly” as he was “illegally ruling the province”.

Speaking in regards to the enhance in electrical energy loadshedding throughout the nation, Khan claimed that there have been no such points when he was in energy. “The PML-N signed the agreements on energy mission, but our occasion didn’t enhance the costs,” the ex-PM highlighted.

“The PML-N authorities had put in energy crops on imported fuels, nonetheless, no electrical energy is being generated and they’re paying cash for the capability expenses,” mentioned Khan.

He urged folks to return out on the streets to protest towards inflation and the coalition authorities.

Final week, Khan introduced that he’ll maintain a public gathering subsequent week at Islamabad’s Parade Floor. He mentioned that he’s gathering folks from Islamabad and Rawalpindi to hitch him.

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