ISLAMABAD - Demanding formation of a three-member judicial commission to investigate into rigging, Chief Organiser Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz AJK Raja Farooq Haider Khan Wednesday strongly rejected the results of recently held elections for the AJK Legislative Assembly. Government has violated the election rules in these recent elections. We would soon issue a white paper to reveal the rigging in the elections, said Farooq Haider while addressing a press conference. He called for formation of a three-member independent judicial commission comprising retired judges - Justice Sher Zaman Chaudhry, Sardar Nawaz and Basharat Shaikh - to investigate the rigging. Sharing the reasons for rejecting the results, he said the PPP misused funds of BISP, Baitul Maal in addition to other secret funds of the Prime Minister of Pakistan to get the elections results in their favour. He said that total vote count was more than the registered vote of the area. We would soon show election results receipts, having signatures of the returning officers, to the media which show that 120 percent vote count, he added. He also raised questions about not relying on Punjab Police and deputing Sindh Police during the elections. The PM of Pakistan himself has said before these elections that PPP would make the government in AJK, he said. He said the PPP government had deprived the people of Kashmir of their right to elect their representatives by rigging the polls. To a question about elections in Karachi, Farooq Haider also accused Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) of rigging. He strongly condemned the arrest of Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai, saying that Dr Fai had been living in the US since long and why the Obama administration has not arrested him before. Dr Fai, 62, has reportedly been charged by the FBI with allegedly conspiring against the U.S. for over 20 years in an operation funded by the Pakistani government. Referring to the consultations of Pakistans High Commission in Delhi with Hurryat leaders of the Indian-held Kashmir regarding upcoming talks between India and Pakistan, he said that AJK leaders had equal right to participate in the consultation. We should have been consulted by foreign office on this issue, he added.