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Pakistani Commissioner Admits Being Involved in Fraud in Elections

While Imran Khan supporters in Pakistan resume protests alleging fraud in the general elections held on February 8, Rawalpindi Commissioner named Liaquat Ali Chattha admitted yesterday that he was involved in the fraud in question. Chattha, who held a press conference at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, said that the 13 losing National Assembly candidates were portrayed as having won by 70,000 votes, and resigned.

The Election Commission of Pakistan rejected Chattha’s claims and said that no commission official had instructed the Rawalpindi commissioner to change the election results and that no commissioner had a direct role in the conduct of the elections.

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