Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has said that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government is dependent on stay orders over rigging allegations. While addressing a press conference, Khan said that only 12 days are left in by-elections and N-league’s MNA Siddique Baloch has got a stay order from the Supreme Court.

“He knew that he will be defeated,” Khan said while pointing out that same was the case with Saad Rafique.

“Even Shahbaz Sharif has worked as Chief Minister for four and half years on stay order,” Khan said. “How will you go to public court?” he asked N-league.

He further stated that it took two and half years to prove rigging which shows the plight of justice system in our country.

“I want to uncover the reality of the justice system of Pakistan,” he said

He further criticized the current ruling party saying that they are in power for third time in federal government, while forming the provincial government in Punjab for the seventh time.

“But still corruption in mega projects like Nandi Pur is prevailing,” the PTI chief said.

On contesting by-elections he stated: “I want to make it clear to the N-League’s court-men that Imran never ran away to Jeddah in hard times”

On the issue of protesting rally against Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), he said that his party doesn’t want any clash and that the rally has been moved to Lahore.

He further said that he is going to Lahore for the by-election campaign in NA-122.