ISLAMABAD - Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Tuesday announced to probe allegations leveled by Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan about poll rigging in NA-68 (Sargodha).
Sources in the ECP said that the commission would check the record of a polling station of NA-68 constituency about which the PTI chief had stated that there were only 1,500 registered voters but the number of polled votes was 8,000.
The ECP has written a letter to the returning officers to send the record of polled and registered voters so that the reality could be brought to the fore.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had won the seat from NA-68 constituency in Sargodha. Imran Khan had blamed that the election was rigged in the constituency.