PTI will not take any step against state, democracy

PTI will not take any step against state, democracy

Islamabad: PTI leader Barrister Gohar has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would not take any steps against the state, public, and democracy.

Gohar revealed writing a letter to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to cease its monetary support for Pakistan.

The PTI leader assured that the letter wouldn’t be against the state but in the fair interest of the country.
“The PTI will not pose any threat to the state, public and democracy,” he said.

He stated that their party had already warned about the repercussions of rigged and fabricated poll results, as it would derail democracy in the country.

Earlier, PTI leader Sher Afzal Marwat announced to challenge results of the general election 2024.

Marwat, in his petition, prayed to the court that the interior ministry should be directed to form a judicial commission to probe the rigging allegations in general elections, adding that to halt the process of formation of new governments in the Centre as well as provinces.

The PTI also prayed to the apex court that the appointment of the chief election commissioner and Election Commission members should be declared null and void.

Marwat challenged formation of the committee to probe allegations levelled by former Rawalpindi commissioner Liaquat Ali Chattha.