Imran Khan warns of bloodshed if upcoming elections are rigged
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan has warned that there could be bloodshed if the next general elections are rigged.
"The people of Pakistan want to vote out the ruling junta. Anarchy will prevail if rigging is committed in the polls," The News quoted Khan, as saying.
Khan said the interim setup should be put in place in consultation with all political parties.
"We will protest if the government makes any unilateral decision in this regard," he said.
Khan, commenting on his upcoming rally to Waziristan, said: "The rulers don''t bother to inquire about the plight of the tribal people. We will take the international media and human rights activists to Waziristan to inform the international community about atrocities being perpetrated against the tribals."
"We will arrange meetings of human rights activists and journalists with relatives of those killed in the drone attacks to belie the claims being made by the rulers that terrorists are getting killed in the drone strikes. Innocent people are being killed and we will expose the assertions made by the U.S.," he added.
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