PINDI BHATIAN - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan said that Pakistan had no future without free and fair elections.
Addressing a public meeting at Pindi Bhatian, Khan said that PML-N carried out massive rigging to secure votes in the last year's general elections. "What had PML-N done barring a jangla (metro) bus to get more than 10 million votes," he asked.
"Our future cannot be changed without introducing electoral reforms," he said, adding that time has come to lay the foundation of real democracy with transparent elections.
"Millions of people attend PTIs' rally from Peshawar to Karachi and Quetta, but votes are cast to PML-N," he noted.
The PTI leader warned government officials of attempts to rig the elections in Pindi Bhatian's by-election. "The future of Sharif brothers appear to be under threat," he opined.
"Why is PML-N afraid of re-opening four constituencies to probe vote fraud? Why they have any fear?"
"As long as I am alive, I will not spare those guilty of election rigging," he concluded.