Prime Minister requests CJP to constitute commission for probing poll rigging allegations

August 11, 2014 Off By Web Desk

Karachi: Prime Minister of Pakistan Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif has requested the chief justice of Pakistan to constitute an investigation commission comprising three judges of the Supreme Court of Pakistan to probe into the allegations of rigging in the general elections of 2013 and issue a final assessment.

The prime minister announced this during his address to the nation here Tuesday. He said he respects the right of peaceful protest but no one would be allowed to spread anarchy in the country. He said in Pakistan there is neither monarchy nor dictatorship.

He said parliament is present to decide the national issues and no one would be allowed to settle the national issues on streets. He said he is always ready for dialogue in the national interest. He said all important decisions would be taken in parliament. He said some elements are bent to create anarchy on the basis of hollow slogans. He said a law of the jungle would not be tolerated in Pakistan.

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