Imran Khan Denounces Pakistan Elections as 'Mother of All Rigging' from Jail
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She highlighted Imran Khan's condemnation of the suspension of internet services, which he claimed was an attempt to conceal the true election results. Additionally, Aleema mentioned Khan's worries about the safety of the former Rawalpindi Commissioner.
PTI Decides to Take Opposition Stance in National Assembly and Punjab Provincial Assembly
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The announcement came from Barrister Ali Saif, representing PTI, just a day following the party's nomination of Umar Ayub Khan for prime minister and Aslam Iqbal for Punjab's chief ministerial position.
Pakistan: Imran Khan's mandate stolen in the dark of the night, alleges PTI
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Raoof Hasan, the Central Information Secretary of Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party, expressed strong dissatisfaction, alleging that Imran’s “mandate has been stolen in the dark of the night”.
Independents Hold Key Role as Potential Kingmakers in Pakistan's Political Landscape
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PTI founder Imran Khan has already declared triumph in the general elections and delivered a "victory" speech, as reported by Dawn.
Imran Khan's Party Declares Victory in Pakistan Elections; PML-N Counters with Claim
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In a statement, PTI alleged that the results were being delayed to rig the outcome and called on the Pakistan Muslim League (N) led by Nawaz Sharif to concede defeat. However, PML-N rejected the demand and asserted that it was winning the elections.
Imran Khan Votes from Adiala Jail in Pakistan Elections
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Notably, other incarcerated political leaders, including former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, former Punjab province chief minister Chaudhry Parvez Elahi, Awami Muslim League chief Sheikh Rashid, and former information minister Fawad Chaudhry, were also eligible to vote via postal ballots.
Islamabad Court Disposes of Iddat Case Against Imran Khan, Citing 'Lack of Jurisdiction'
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The petitioner's lawyer argued that marrying during Iddat was unlawful and questioned the legality of the marriage, stating that Bushra Bibi was still in Iddat when the marriage allegedly occurred. However, the court maintained that since the nikah took place in Lahore, the case fell outside its jurisdiction.
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