Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has announced to launch a full-scale protest movement in Pakistan and abroad after rejecting the results of the Azad Kashmir elections.
PML-N leadership held a meeting on Azad Kashmir election results, a statement was issued after the meeting.
According to the statement, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan personally interfered in the elections in Azad Kashmir. PML-N declines election results due to open interference by the federal government and other agencies.
These results weakened the Kashmir issue nationally and internationally and damaged Pakistan's position, the statement read.
A strong movement will be launched against open rigging.
A resolution was also passed in the meeting, according to it, the struggle against rigging will continue at the national and international levels with the cooperation of the people.
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In the statement, the poor performance and administrative weakness of Election Commission of Azad Kashmir were also condemned.
Former Prime Minister and PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi paid tribute to the people of Azad Kashmir saying that they fought against the worst rigging.