Aug 12

PTI ready for legal battle against Fazlul Rehman

KhanLahore: Pakistan’s second largest political party PTI has prepared a legal notice against Founder JUI (F) for calling Imran Khan Agent of Jews.

Earlier, Maulana claimed that Imran Khan was agent of Jews and further said that a Jewish lobby is working behind the former cricketer turned politician.

PTI Chairman too decided to take Fazlul Rehman to court for defaming his name.

According to sources, PTI has prepared a legal document which has been prepared by the former President Supreme Court Bar Association and PTI leader Hamid Khan.

In the notice, it has been said that it is being issued for defamation of PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

Jul 28

Imran Khan refuses to attend APC on terror

Imran Khan PTILAHORE (Dunya News) – Addressing a press conference here on Sunday Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf said that mandate of his party was swindled and May 11 elections were rigged.

He demanded recounting with fingerprint verification in four constituencies.

He said he supported the Opposition’s decision to boycott the presidential election, adding he wanted to boycott it but did not want to leave the field open to PML-N.

“Justice (r) Wajihuddin is the best person for the slot of Pakistan’s president because he will remain neutral,” he said.
He said date for the presidential election was announced in hurry and sufficient time was not allowed for campaign.

Terming the proposed All Parties Conference as a futile exercise, Imran said that he would not take part in it.

“Earlier APC held for devising a national policy to counter terrorism was of no consequence,” he said.

However, Imran said he would like to have a one-to-one talk with COAS and PM Nawaz Sharif on the terrorism issue.

About drone attacks he said Pervaiz Musharraf had admitted that these attacks were executed with the consent of Pakistan government.

He said he had contacted the British government after Altaf Hussain’s provocative address at Teen Talwar, Karachi.

May 12

Imran Khan First Exclusive Message After Election (Video)

imran khan elecion karachiLAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Sunday welcomed the high turnout in the country’s elections as a step forward for democracy, but alleged that vote-rigging had taken place.

His first public remarks, made in a televised statement, came 17 hours after his main rival, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, declared victory.

Khan had vowed that the polls would sweep his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party into power.

“I congratulate the entire nation for taking part in such a massive democratic process. We are moving forward on the path of democracy,” the former cricket star said, speaking from the hospital bed where he is laid up with a fractured spine.

Khan, who fell from a hoist raising him to the stage at an election rally in Lahore last Tuesday, electrified much of the campaign with his calls for reform and galvanised many young people to take part for the first time.

“Even those people who never voted in their life came out and the entire nation is happy to see it. Now there is awareness among the people of Pakistan that their fate is in their hands,” he said.

Sharif’s centre-right Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) is well ahead with more than 115 of the legislature’s 272 directly elected seats, according to various projections by private channels.

Khan’s PTI is projected to win more than 30 seats and become the second largest party in the new assembly, a remarkable achievement given that it only won one seat previously, in 2002.

In reference to allegations of vote-rigging made by members of his party, Khan said: “God willing, we will issue a white paper”.

But while PTI’s showing was far short of the victory for which he campaigned, he spoke of satisfaction about the participation of young people and women.

“There is usually victory and defeat, but all the pain of this defeat evaporated after I saw enthusiasm in youth,” he said.

“I also thank our women. Never in the history of Pakistan have women come out and voted in such a big number. It is heartening to see that they have also contributed to efforts to make a new Pakistan,” said Khan.

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May 09

PTI Candidates NA-56 Rawalpindi List for General Elections 2013

na 56 rawalpindiPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has issued a list of its candidates who are contesting elections from NA-56 Rawalpindi in General Elections 2013. PTI has become a popular political party of Pakistan in no time. It is the result of efforts made by Imran Khan who is chairman of PTI.

The candidates of PTI in Rawalpindi are having good repute due to the popularity of their political party. Imran Khan has a faith in candidates of Rawalpindi that they will win and he will be able to formulate government at center.

Rawalpindi is a division and it has rural population also. The youth from urban as well as rural side is supporting PTI and Imran Khan in Rawalpindi.
The list of PTI candidates for Rawalpindi for General Elections 2013 are as follows:

Name of PTI Candidate NA-56 Rawalpindi is IMRAN AHMED KHAN NIAZI

May 09

PTI Candidates NA-55 Rawalpindi List for General Elections 2013

NA 55 RawalpindiPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has issued a list of its candidates who are contesting elections from NA-55 Rawalpindi inGeneral Elections 2013. PTI has become a popular political party of Pakistan in no time. It is the result of efforts made by Imran Khan who is chairman of PTI.

The candidates of PTI in Rawalpindi are having good repute due to the popularity of their political party. Imran Khan has a faith in candidates of Rawalpindi that they will win and he will be able to formulate government at center.

Rawalpindi is a division and it has rural population also. The youth from urban as well as rural side is supporting PTI and Imran Khan in Rawalpindi.
The list of PTI candidates for Rawalpindi for General Elections 2013 are as follows:

Name of PTI Candidate NA-55 Rawalpindi……….