PTI challenges ECP’s re-polling decision

Lahore, 5th march: The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has challenged the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan to hold re-polling in Daska by-polls.

Baaghi TV: According to reports, the ruling government has challenged the decision of the ECP to hold re-polls for Sialkot’s NA-75 Daska by-election in the Supreme Court.

As per reports, the re-polls are scheduled for March 18. PTI candidate Ali Asjad has filed the petition in the apex court.

Asjad argued in his petition that the ECP did not review the available records properly, so the decision is different from the facts.

The petitioner has said that there was no justification for the order to hold re-election in NA-75 Daska. He added that re-election meant that the people of the constituency will face a law and order situation again.

According to reports from Geo News, Asjad asked for the annulment of ECP’s decision to declare the by-election null and void and asked that the election results of NA-75 Daska on February 19 be released.

According to reports, the by-election in NA-75 Daska became a target of chaos, where two people were killed during a violent clash between PTI and PML-N workers.

The ECP also took notice of the disappearance of 20 presiding officers of the constituency. The election was declared null and void.

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