The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered re-election in the NA-267 case and upheld the tribunal verdict.
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)’s Khalid Magsi’s victory was challenged by the opponent Abdul Raheem in the election tribunal.
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Raheem accused the ruling party’s candidate of rigging the poll. Furthermore, the tribunal had given verdict in favour of the losing candidate.
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However, the court ordered a re-polling for a National Assembly member from Balochistan’s constituency.