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The officer who alleged election rigging took a U-turn, now targeted PTI – India TV Hindi

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Pakistan Election: What cannot happen under the pressure of army in Pakistan. In fact, the same officer who himself had alleged election rigging in Pakistan has taken a U-turn. Not only this, the same officer who had earlier accused the army and the government of rigging in the elections, has now targeted Imran Khan’s party PTI. According to information, last week, former Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha had claimed that 13 candidates of Rawalpindi were forcefully declared winners before resigning. Now the same officer says that he had given such a claim in that press conference under pressure from a senior PTI leader.

In a letter to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), Chattha said that last week’s press conference was organized on the orders of a senior PTI leader. He said, “The primary objective of this proposed press conference was to create sensation and drama by promoting false stories being created by PTI. I take full responsibility for my actions and will surrender myself to the authorities for any legal action.” I surrender.”

Chief Justice had no role, said Chattha

Chattha also denied that the Chief Justice of Pakistan had any role in the election process, saying he had been asked by him, especially PTI leaders, whom he did not name, to create momentum like the Imran-led party. Was asked to take the name of CJP. Doubt and distrust are already being sown against the Chief Justice.

Know what allegation of election rigging the officer had made?

Earlier, a commissioner of Pakistan Chattha had given a press conference on the allegations of rigging in Pakistan elections. In this he had said that his monitoring was rigged and the losing candidates had to win by 50 thousand votes. The officer said that he had done injustice to his country. Therefore he should be hanged. He held a press conference at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium and accepted the allegations of rigging, saying that all this had happened under his supervision. After this the officer had tendered his resignation. There was a stir in Pakistan after this incident.

First made allegations, now retreated

Now former Rawalpindi Commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha on Thursday retracted his allegations and said that last week’s press conference was organized on the orders of a senior Pakistan Tehreek leader. On the other hand, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) strongly rejected Chattha’s allegations regarding the Chief Election Commissioner.

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