GILGIT: The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf on Monday confessed its prospect’s loss in the Nagar by-election on Sunday, and also claimed the ballot was held in a transparent, complimentary, reasonable as well as relaxed way.
Resolving an interview in Gilgit on Monday, details priest Fatullah Khan and money priest Javed Ali Manwa stated electoral regulations were followed throughout the by-poll.
Mr Fatullah claimed the GB federal government as well as the election commission had actually satisfied their duty by providing a level-playing area to all the candidates.
He said no one can accuse the PTI government of affecting the political election.
The information minister praised the Islami Tehreek Pakistan’s prospect Ayub Waziri for winning the seat.
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Fatullah Khan declined PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s rigging allegations in the by-poll.
The PPP prospect had actually won the seat in the general elections, and the PTI prospect went to the 3rd area.
Finance preacher Javed Ali Manwa said GB federal government satisfied its assurance to perform the by-election in Nagar in a transparent method.
Mr Waziri beat PTI prospect Zulfiqar Ali Behashti by a margin of 384 votes.
The seat fell vacant after the opposition leader in the GB Setting up, PPP’s Amjad Hussain Advocate, had actually resigned from the constituency as well as kept the Gilgit-I seat.
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