- PTI chief asks his supporters to help flood victims during day and ‘free Pakistan’ at night
- Khan accuses CM Balochistan of winning elections through rigging with held of returning officer
Addressing the participants of Azadi March on Sunday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan directed his workers to help those affected by floods and said that he too would visit flood-hit areas in the morning and would join the dharna at night.
Khan, who has been leading the protest and sit-in in the federal capital against alleged rigging in general election turned the canons towards Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch and former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Jamali and said that both came into power through massive rigging.
Khan said that Dr Malik won his seat with the help of returning officer.
The PTI chairman alleged that Balochistan CM got 4,500 votes, Balochistan National Party’s (BNP) Ahsan Shah got 4,150 votes but 600 votes of BNP candidate were “made to disappear” by the presiding officer and Baloch was declared the winner.
“I don’t accept the person as my prime minister who has come into power through stolen mandate,” he said adding that if an independent probe was conducted, sitting prime minister, and former chief justice would prove to be the chief culprits while Najam Sethi will stand third in the list.
Khan said that former president lied on the floor of assembly about SurreyPalace while the PM has to return loans of Rs 6 billion to banks. He pledged that he would bring back the looted money from Swiss banks. Both former rulers cannot bring back plundered money from Switzerland, he added.
Khan further said that he will play the BBC documentary on Monday in which the media giant was showing prime minister’s corruption.
PTI chairman once again invited all the farmers, workers, army and police personnel to join his march, which he claimed had provided jobs to many.