PTI Takes a Stand: Protest Against Alleged Election Rigging in Peshawar Tomorrow

pti takes a stand protest against alleged election rigging in peshawar tomorrow

pti takes a stand protest against alleged election rigging in peshawar tomorrow

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is all set to raise its voice against what it claims to be election ‘rigging’ in Peshawar. According to News, the party, led by its nominated candidate for Chief Minister KP, Ali Amin Gandapur, is organizing a protest scheduled for tomorrow.

The decision to protest stems from a meeting headed by Ali Amin Gandapur, where alleged rigging in the 2024 elections in Peshawar was discussed. The protest will take place at Ring Road Gulistan Park, and Gandapur himself will participate.

Sources suggest that the PTI candidates are pointing fingers at the Returning Officer, DC Peshawar Afaq Wazir, holding him responsible for the alleged rigging in the elections.

This move comes in the wake of Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) Chief Pir Sadaruddin Shah Rashidi, also known as Pir Pagara, rejecting the results of the General Elections 2024. Pir Pagara announced plans to vacate two Sindh Assembly seats and stage a peaceful protest against the election results, culminating in a sit-in on February 16 at Hyderabad Bypass.

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The general elections in Pakistan last week resulted in a lack of a clear majority for any major political party. Independent candidates, supported by the incarcerated former prime minister, secured 92 out of 264 seats, becoming the largest group.

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