ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said that his party’s stance on rigging stood vindicated again after glaring discrepancies were proved by NADRA in its report about NA-122 thumb verifications.
In a statement on social media, Khan said that less than 40 percent of the total votes were verifiable according to the NADRA’s finding.
“Of these verifiable votes, there are glaring discrepancies including 12000 fake CNICs.
The PTI chief said that 3000 fake votes besides 12000 fake NICs so 15000 bogus votes were established by Nadra from the less than 40 percent verifiable votes cast. “Other discrepancies pointed out in the report include duplicate votes and counterfoils without thumbprints etc,” he wrote.
The PTI chief further said massive rigging proved in the report has called into question the entire result of NA-122.