ISLAMABAD: Senior leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Jahangir Tareen, has said that party chairman Imran Khan would give his point of view on judicial commission’s report on Saturday.
“He is reviewing the inquiry commission report and will present his party stance on Saturday,” Tareen spoke to media persons in Islamabad.
Khan on Thursday swallowed the bitter pill of the report prepared by judicial commission that investigated alleged vote fraud in May 11, 2013 general elections.
Following arrival of a favourable inquiry report, relaxed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the nation on television and urged Khan to shun the politics of blame game and focus on progress and development of the country.
“By the grace of Allah Almighty, we have survived the ordeal. Now blame games should die their own deaths as one of the most trustworthy commissions has cleared the government of any kind of organized election rigging by declaring the polls as ‘just’ and ‘ legal’,” the prime minister said in a televised address to the nation.
He was of the view that inquiry commission’s unbiased report, which failed to find any evidence of a conspiracy to manipulate the vote results, has ushered Pakistan into a new age.
“Today’s Pakistan is better than yesterday’s. And after three years it will be even stronger, stabler, and robuster,” Sharif said.
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