Election to be held after govt completes tenure: Aurangzeb


Federal Minister for Information Maryam Aurangzeb said on Friday that the election will be after the completion of this government’s tenure.
She said “this time, fog won’t appear like it did in Daska. This time, ballot boxes will not be stolen like they were in Daska. This time, officers of the Election Commission of Pakistan will not go missing like they did in Daska.”
While responding the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chief Imran Khan’s demand of immediate election in Minar-e-Pakistan rally last night, she accused Khan for campaign to ‘malign’ institutions and added that people will decide, no matter what former premier said.
While adding that “This campaign that you’re running against the institutions, we have taken notice of it,” she said “Sometimes you call strained relations with the establishment the reason for your government’s fall. Sometimes you talk of a conspiracy.
“Let me tell you today, the reason for your ouster is you and your deeds,” she maintained, demanding the apology from Khan.
She also said that “You talk about mistakes, You attacked the Constitution, you attacked parliament, you tried to attack the no-confidence vote. You looted the Bait-ul-Mal by selling the gifts that you got as the prime minister.”
Further she claimed that people have learnt from their mistake and would not vote for Imran Khan as they had realized his hypocrisy and lies.