PTI calls Iftikhar Chaudhry ‘opening batsman of PMLN’

Thursday, July 24th, 2014 8:10:28 by
PTI Shireen Mazari

Dr Shireen Mazari, Central Information Secretary Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI),  this Thursday July 24, 2014 has said in a press statement that the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) has finally launched its opening batsman in the shape of ex-CJ Iftikhar Chaudhry to target PTI Chairman Imran Khan. Iftikhar Chaudhry had sent a defamation notice to Imran Khan for accusations of 2013 election rigging.

Dr Shireen Mazari said, “PTI welcomed this opportunity to expose the nexus between the ex-CJ and the PMLN especially over the rigging of the May 2013 election and the cover-up that followed. This is what derailed democracy. PTI intends to restore and strengthen democracy by exposing this planned mass rigging on August 14 through its Azadi March”.

“PTI had yet to receive the legal notice apparently sent to its Chairman, but she made it clear that there was no way PTI and its Chairman would back down,” Dr Mazari said in statement.

“PTI has proof not only of the ex-CJ’s complicity in the rigging and cover-up that followed but also the nepotism he indulged in using his Office to promote his son beginning with recruitment into the FIA,” said Mazari. “PTI also has documentary evidence of his son’s corruption. All of this will be put before the nation on 14 August”.

Mazari further added in the statement, “PMLN is getting unnerved by the minute as its lack of an electoral mandate is nearing a complete expose. That is why it is using all its team players to target Chairman Khan but none of these attacks will stop PTI from its commitment to exposing of rigging, PMLN corruption and the derailment of democracy as the Sharifs’ convert Pakistan into a quasi-monarchy”.

PTI Chairman Imran Khan has announced long march to Islamabad on the Pakistan’s Independence day,  August 14, to protest alleged rigging of elections 2013.

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