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com­pe­ti­tion of who is bet­ter at rig­ging. The PTI chief went on to point out that nu­mer­ous tar­get killings had taken place in Karachi but no one had been ar­rested for the crime.

"15,000 peo­ple have been tar­get killed in Karachi. There are strong anti-ter­ror laws but still the killing spree con­tin­ues as tar­get killers haven't been ar­rested," said Im­ran.

The PTI chair­man ar­gued that he came out on the streets as no in­sti­tu­tion was will­ing to pro­vide jus­tice, adding that he will re­ply to Per­vaiz Rashid's al­le­ga­tions dur­ing tonight's sit-in ad­dress at DChowk.

He added that the Pak­istan Peo­ples Party (PPP) rigged the 2013 polls in Sindh just like the PML-N did in Pun­jab, point­ing out how PPP bagged more votes af­ter "de­stroy­ing Sindh in five years" than it did af­ter the as­sas­si­na­tion of Be­nazir Bhutto. Ex­tra bal­lot pa­pers printed The PTI chair­man al­leged that over 5 mil­lion ex­tra bal­lot pa­pers were printed from three print­ing presses in Pak­istan, whereas data from two oth­ers was not avail­able yet.

"These [ex­tra] votes were added to their can­di­dates' vote count," said Im­ran, adding that 124,000 ex­tra bal­lot pa­pers were printed in PML-N leader Saad Rafique's con­stituency.-Agen­cies

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