OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE PML-N leader and MNA Kh Saad Rafiq has said that elections of Azad Kashmir legislative assembly being held on 70 percent bogus voter lists would have no legal and constitutional status. Addressing a press conference here on Friday, he said that the PML-N candidates would fully participate in the elections and the party would also fight legal war against large scale rigging. MNAs Mian Marghoob Ahmed, Bilal Yasin and Pervaiz Malik, Coordinator of PML-N in Azad Kashmir elections Syed Naseeb Ullah Gardezi, candidate Jammu-I Mirza Abdul Rashid Jarral and a candidate from Lahore Ghulam Abbas Mir were also present. Saad Rafiq alleged that on the direct instructions of President Asif Ali Zardari, federal government has set up a cell consisting of federal ministers and ministry of Kashmir Affairs that has prepared an organised plan of rigging before elections. He said that under this plan, bogus and incomplete voter lists have been prepared in which no number of identity card of voter has been mentioned and residential address was also incomplete or unclear. He said that federal government has prepared large number of NADRA bogus cards. Candidates of PML-N have lodged complaint of these matters to the Azad Kashmir Election Commission but no action has been taken. After that, a writ petition has also been filed with the Azad Kashmir High Court. He said that despite clear orders of Supreme Court, existing voter lists were not presented before final publication whereas Election Commission of Pakistan was also interfering in the elections. He said that a writ petition has also been filed with the Apex Court. He said that Azad Kashmir Election Commission has become a puppet of federal government. Voter lists on the seats of Azad Kashmir refugees are also incorrect whereas funds of Benazir Income Support Scheme, Sui Gas, WAPDA and Kashmir Councils are being utilized ruthlessly. He said that PPP has once again decided to commit a robbery on the mandate of voters of base camp of Kashmir Freedom Movement by maintaining its previous traditions of 1971 and 1977. He said that the PML-N would fight the legal battle and expressed the hope that the courts would provide justice and democracy would strengthen.