Pakistan’s Tehreek-i-Insaf leader Fawad Chaudhry said on Sunday that the party will hold nationwide demonstrations against the conduct of Election Commission Chairman Sikander Sultan Raja outside the office of the Election Commission (ECP) of Pakistan on Sunday 26 April. announced that .
Chaudhry said via his official Twitter account that the party’s political committee meeting was held on Sunday when issues related to the ECP were being deliberated.
He denounced the CEC as “partisan and dishonest” and insisted that a declaration to fire PTI’s dissident members had not yet been issued by the ECP.
“In this regard, PTI will protest the actions of election commissioners in front of the national ECP offices on Tuesday,” Chaudhry said.
A day ago, PTI’s Chairman Imran Khan called for a soft resignation, saying the CEC considered him “biased”. At a press conference at his residence in Bani Gala, Imran said that the PTI did not trust the CEC and claimed that all his decisions were against the party.
Last week he also revealed that the PTI would refer to the CEC because the ECP did not complete the boundaries of the constituency on time, which “showed incompetence” and delayed early elections.
Meanwhile, CEC Sikander Sultan Raja said: Serb news On Saturday night, he said he had no intention of resigning and would continue to work “in the best interest of the country.”