PTI decries ‘theft’ of peoples’ mandate, arrests of party workers

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday continued its criticism of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP)-led provincial government and the second round of neighborhood frame elections in Sindh, annoying the polls be declared null and void.

PTI Sindh President and previous Federal Minister Syed Ali Haider Zaidi took to Twitter to express his dismay at the first records document (FIR) registered in Karachi towards his celebration employees.Terming the reviews registered with the police against the PTI an “assault” on the birthday party, he pointed to the obvious irony in the count claiming they were the sufferers.

Yesterday, the workers of PTI and PPP clashed out of doors the deputy commissioner’s office in Keamari, pelting stones at every other.

At least three men and women, including media persons, had been reportedly injured at some stage in the clash.

Initially, the PTI leadership accused the PPP leaders of attacking its peaceful employees. They shared a video of the clash claiming that former PTI federal minister Ali Zaidi was additionally harm.Meanwhile, PTI General Secretary Asad Umar while speaking to journalists alleged that the ruling PPP, which emerged because the dominant birthday party inside the elections, had “forcefully stolen humans’s mandate via rigging”.

He in addition defended the PTI leader Amjad Afridi who changed into arrested along other party activists after the police had claimed that guns, bullets and poll papers have been recovered from their custody.

According to the police, Amjad Afridi is accused of torturing the presiding officer of UC-thirteen Naval Colony Ward No1 Allied School Dr Sami.

However, Umar dejected the allegations claiming that Afridi had tried to “screen how 1000 votes were brought to the polling station in a video”.

“Amjad Afridi was tortured and his brother has misplaced a watch,” the PTI leader in addition claimed.

Asad Umar held that the polling body of workers changed into “pressurised” and the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) “appeared powerless” inside the depend.

“When the humans protested the usurpation in their mandate, the police arrested PTI employees,” he delivered.It may be cited that the Sindh Government has rejected Imran Khan’s allegations of harassing PTI candidates inside the local frame elections.

Sindh Labour and Human Resources Minister Saeed Ghani had claimed that the local government elections took the wind out of PTI’s balloon.

“People of Karachi have proved completely wrong the influence that the PTI become a popular political birthday celebration inside the provincial capital,” he had said.

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