OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE - JI chief, Syed Munawar Hasan while accusing the government of interfering in the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly elections said that it has sent a negative message to the people of Held Kashmir. In a statement issued on Sunday, he claimed that the PPP secretariat in Islamabad and Muzaffarabad virtually worked as election commission offices for AJK polls. He further maintained that officers of PPPs choice were appointed as polling officers, and polling stations were changed at the last moment in a bid to get the desired results. Munawar while condemning firing at the election caravan of the JI Azad Kashmir chief, Abdur Rashid Turabi alleged that there was record rigging in the constituency of Turabi. Expressing his complete dissatisfaction over the Azad Kashmir elections, JI chief termed it as a drama. The PPP, he claimed, had always secured victory through unconstitutional and unlawful means. Munawar maintained that fair and free elections were impossible under the PPP government, which would force the masses to launch a campaign for ousting PPP out of power.