PML-N candidates forced to change loyalties to help PTI: Iqbal

Demands new elections in Pakistan
Oct 04, 2020
PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal said Sunday that his party’s election candidates were “forcibly” made to change their loyalties to help the PTI form government in Islamabad and Punjab in 2018. The PML-N leader said that the PTI’s government was formed through “magic” but the “magic” has failed. The opposition parties have recently formed a joint platform called the Pakistan Democratic Movement to start its movement aimed at toppling Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government. Its first rally will be held in Quetta on October 11. Iqbal told reporters in Narowal that new “fair” and “free” elections should be in Pakistan so people could elect their reals representatives. The government has failed, the PML leader said. “To save the country, it has become mandatory to send this incompetent and failed government home.”


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