PTI has no strained ties with establishment, other institutions: Barrister Gohar

PTI has no strained ties with establishment, other institutions: Barrister Gohar

Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, Chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), made it clear on Monday that the party’s ties with the establishment and other state organisations are not strained.

The politician, who became head of the PTI when the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) stopped intra-party elections, made it clear what his party stands for by saying, “The Armed Forces are ours.” We don’t have a bad relationship with the elite or any other group.

In an interview with reporters, he said again that the party led by Imran Khan would not skip the general elections on February 8—no matter what—even if the “bat” sign is not given out.

‘Plan B’ and ‘Plan C’ are ready to be presented to parliament. If “bat” is not given, we will accept another voting sign, but we will not not go to the polls. If our party symbol is not given to us, it will be harder to get reserved places. There were no longer any non-party votes because the high court said so.

He did say, though, that plans were being made to keep the PTI from running in the upcoming general elections.

Lawyer Gohar talked about the Peshawar High Court’s stay order and said, “The PHC had ordered to issue a notification which is still due to be issued.” The poll commission is putting the PTI in a tight spot.

Before the election, he asked the courts to do their part to make sure that all political groups had a fair chance to win. The Supreme Court (SC) and the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP), Qazi Faez Isa, were told to pay attention by Gohar.

“We are telling the election commission and the courts what we want.” This case needs to be looked at by Justice Isa.


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