Political Parties Protest Against Alleged Poll Rigging

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Political Parties Protest Against Alleged Poll Rigging

Political Parties Protest Against Alleged Poll Rigging

Protest against alleged election irregularities, advocating for a wheel jam strike in Balochistan. The protests, which began in Quetta, Dera Murad Jamali, and other locations, have now reached their tenth day as of Sunday. The participants, comprising hundreds of individuals from various parties, including a substantial number of women, are engaged in sit-ins.

While highways that were closed for more than a week have been reopened, allowing the resumption of vehicular movement to Sindh, Punjab, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Quetta-Chaman and Quetta-Taftan roads remain obstructed at several points, causing inconvenience for passengers.

It is worth noting that even the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), a non-coalition member, witnessed protests in the Dera Allahyar highway regions, sparked by the alteration of the election result for PPP candidate Baba Ghulam Rasool.

On Saturday, clashes erupted between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers and the police in various cities during protests against suspected electoral malpractices in the February 8 general elections.

In Lahore, PTI supporters gathered outside the Lahore Press Club and the party's Jail Road office, expressing their discontent. The protesters demanded the restoration of what they referred to as their "stolen mandate" and insisted on corrected results based on the vote count documented in Form 45, compiled at polling stations under the supervision of political party polling agents.

Salman Akram Raja, the PTI-backed contender for NA-128, was detained and taken to Racecourse Police Station on Saturday but was later released the same day. Another PTI candidate, Ali Ijaz Buttar, also faced detention.

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