Awami Muslim League (AML) chief Sheikh Rashid Ahmed Wednesday yet again predicted that days of the PML (N) government are numbered.
Following the verdict of NA-154 rigging case, Rashid while talking to locals news channels reiterated that the incumbent government would not be able complete its 5-year term.
The AML chief further said that he would join the PTI’s celebrations over the NA-154 verdict on coming Saturday at Lalak Jan Shaheed Chowk, Lahore
Earlier this evening, an Election Tribunal ordered reelection in NA-154 constituency, disqualifying PML-N’s winner candidate, Siddique Baloch, over rigging and fake degree case.
In a case of alleged vote fraud, the panel issued its ruling on a petition of PTI’s runner up Jahangir Tareen who had challenged Baloch’s victory claiming rigging in the elections.
Tareen had also challenged the PML-N candidate’s educational degree.
Baloch notched up the seat as an independent candidate, and later joined PML-N ranks. He bagged 86,177 votes followed by 75,955 votes of Tareen.