- AJK PM Raja Farooq Haider warns the PTI-led authorities in opposition to rigging within the election.
- PML-N won’t let anybody rig the elections, he vows.
- PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz slams the federal government for holding O/A Stage exams.
The PML-N on Tuesday warned the PTI-led authorities in opposition to rigging within the upcoming Azad Jammu and Kashmir elections, saying that the occasion would combat in opposition to it and never sit quietly.
Prime Minister AJK Raja Farooq Haider, addressing a press convention alongside PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz and different occasion leaders, stated rigging within the election would go in “favour of India”.
“[Rigging in the elections] would benefit India and it will be a move to deceive the people the Azad Kashmir,” the AJK prime minister stated, including the PML-N won’t let anybody rig the elections.
“Everything will go in vain if elections are rigged,” he stated.
Normal elections in AJK are because of happen in June or July this 12 months. Nevertheless, the precise date for the polls has not been introduced but.
Maryam slams govt for holding Cambridge exams
Talking on O/A Stage exams, Maryam stated the federal government had put college students’ lives in danger by conducting the examinations at a time when the coronavirus state of affairs is worsening within the nation.
“The countries in the region had opted for other ways to conduct the examinations, then why did this incompetent government put students in harm’s way,” she questioned.
“We want this curse (incumbent government) to end …. we can bear them, but the people cannot,” the PML-N vice chairman stated.
This authorities has did not curb coronavirus, implement SOPs, or safeguard folks’s well being, she stated, including there aren’t any security preparations throughout Cambridge exams.
The PML-N vice-president requested the prime minister and the training minister whether or not they would ship their very own kids to such examination centres.
Maryam additionally stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan had given his authorities an NRO after his assembly a gaggle of lawmakers backing estranged PTI chief Jahangir Tareen.