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