LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Khawaja Saad Rafique on Saturday urged the Election Commission of Pakistan to take notice of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s election campaigning expenses.
Calling into query the opposing social gathering’s campaign splurge, Rafique questioned concerning the electioneering expenses incurred by the Imran Khan-led PTI within the run-up to the final elections.
“Within a single [day], PTI is putting up 30,000 posters [everywhere],” he remarked whereas addressing media in Lahore, and mentioned the ECP ought to probe the matter.
The former railways minister slammed PTI for its “politics of abuse” and mentioned the social gathering would acquire nothing from utilizing foul language to goal its opponents.
Rafique mentioned that the PML-N’s vote financial institution in Punjab remained unaffected regardless of the conspiracies aimed on the social gathering.
Regarding the final elections, he mentioned the PML-N accepts the authority of the presiding officers deployed on the polling stations on July 25.
He additional mentioned the media ought to be allowed entry up to the polling stations on the election day, so as to make sure the polls are carried out in a clear, free and truthful method.