PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz warned that if the Azad Jammu and Kashmir polls on July 25 are rigged, her party will call for a sit-in at Shahrah-e-Dastoor (Constitution Avenue) in Islamabad.
“We will not accept the results if elections are rigged,” she declared during a protest ahead of the vote in AJK’s Haveli, according to a private TV broadcaster.
“How much did you buy (Imran Khan) Sardar Tanvir Ilyas, and how many did you try to acquire the votes of your new ATM from Kashmiris?” Maryam Nawaz asked.
The PML-N vice president advised all those present not just to vote but also to keep a watch out for suspicious elements in order to ensure that the party’s mandate was not stolen. She asserted that Nawaz had already won elections in AJK. “And if you ever try to steal our elections, you will not be spared,” she said.
When asked about the alleged kidnapping of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter, Maryam called it a “failure” of the PTI-led administration.