PTI demands ‘constitutional right’ to form govts in Centre, Punjab, KP

Pakistan Feb, 22 2024
PTI demands ‘constitutional right’ to form govts in Centre, Punjab, KP
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf demanded its ‘constitutional right’ to form governments in Centre, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa due to public mandate given to Imran Khan-led party in general elections 2024.

Taking to Twitter, PTI leader Barrister Gohar Ali Khan said that country’s future was linked with ‘complete supremacy’ of Constitution. “Country always engulfed in crisis whenever it derailed from Constitution,” he added.

He pointed out Imran Khan-led party emerged single largest party in elections despite challenges it faced, which included “Snatching” of iconic symbol bat. “We weren’t allowed to conduct an election campaign,” he regretted.

“Daylight robbery of public mandate is desecration of votes,” he said, stressing need for political stability and put Pakistan on path of development. Barrister Gohar demanded Election Commission issue election results in sync with Form-45.

“Seats that are robbed should be returned to PTI,” he said, adding that his party would fulfill responsibility of safeguarding public mandate.

Published in The Daily National Courier, February, 22 2024

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