Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that his party is fighting for a transparent justice system in Pakistan, according to Waqt News. He was addressing a rally in Lahore.

“Our goal is not to win in a few constituencies. It is to to make the election process fair,” he stated.

While addressing to his workers, Khan said that the NA-122 by-election was not against Sardar Ayaz Sadiq; it was against both Provincial and Federal governments.

“N-League has never done anything fair,” he claimed.

He further said that Punjab Election Commission (PEC) is with the government so elections cannot be transparent.

“How can people who won through rigging work fairly?” he asked.

The PTI chairman further criticized the ruling party and told the audience that all three judges who gave the verdict against them had been suspended.

While talking about his party he said that he made and developed this party by himself by working in the whole country.

“Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was the only other politician who established a party on his own but he remained minister for eight years during Ayub's regime,” he added.

He specially praised his workers and their role in the NA-122 by elections.

“I want to thank all of you and Chaudary Sarwer who has made this party a proper organization,” he stated.