Election Commission summoned Imran Khan for calling PML-N workers “donkey”

The Elections Commission of Pakistan summoned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan for alleged use of foul language during the ongoing election campaign against the opposition political parties and candidates.

The Election Commission of Pakistan had issued to notice to PTI Chief Imran Khan and as per the reports, the PTI Chief will be appeared before the four-member bench of the election commission today (Thursday).

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The election commission said in a notice that Imran Khan can either appear before the election regularity body in person or through a lawyer. The Election Commission of Pakistan has issued the notices to the PTI Chief after the reports of media about the usage of foul language against the opponents.

PTI Chief Imran Khan said, during his election campaign speech that the people who are going to welcome Nawaz Sharif in Lahore are “donkeys”.

A petition is also been filed in the Islamabad High Court (IHC) seeking the disqualification of Imran Khan over this issue.

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