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Maryam Nawaz Vows to Protest Against AJK Poll ‘Rigging’

Maryam Nawaz has vowed to protest against what they call a “rigged” poll in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) after the Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) bagged the victory in the semi-autonomous territory.

Taking to Twitter on Monday, PML-N vice president Maryam Nawaz said she won’t accept the AJK election results just like she didn’t accept the results of the 2018 general election.

While the PTI managed to clinch 25 seats, the PML-N – the second biggest political party in the country – could only get six seats, as per unofficial results.

Marriyum Aurangzeb, PML-N Central Information Secretary, said AJK polls were a “replay of 2018 general elections.”

Taking to Twitter, Ms Aurangzeb alleged that her party was “leading till the count of the common man’s votes but when it stopped, vote thieves were found to be ahead of the party.”

PML-N Punjab Information Secretary Azma Bokhari accused PTI’s frontman at Punjab of stealing the mandate.

Talking to Dawn, Ms Bokhari alleged that Punjab’s CM Budar “sent police, teachers, polling and other administrative staff to AJK from Punjab to ensure rigging in the polls.”

She further said that ballot papers of candidates running on PML-N tickets were found damaged and even burnt in some of the constituencies.

Ms Bokhari continued that PML-N is considering its options, including holding protests and moving courts to challenge the rigging.

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