Former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) senior leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi Tuesday said the practice of stealing elections and lodging false cases should be stopped.
Talking to media here he said the country should be run according to the constitution and there will be no need for electoral reforms. He said electronic voting machines will create more ambiguity.
The PML-N leader said Prime Minister Imran Khan visited empty markets. He said the treatment of government officials with an officer was witnessed by all and they should ask for forgiveness as the employees are not their personal servants.
The erstwhile premier went on to say that the flour price had not doubled in three years in Pakistan’s 73-year history, and demanded PM Imran to form a commission over the matter. The electricity rates increased by 200% in three years, he said.—INP