PML-N, ECP plotting to rig next elections: Imran.

ISLAMABAD -- Former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan has accused the ruling PML-N and the top electoral watchdog of working in cahoots to rig the next general elections.

'The ECP [Election Commission of Pakistan] takes orders from Hamza Shehbaz and Maryam Nawaz... they are planning to rig the next elections,' he said while addressing the farmers' convention in Islamabad on Monday.

The PTI chief has time and again accused the ECP and its chief of being the henchman of the PML-N and sought Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Sikander Sultan Raja resignation to ensure transparency in the polls.

Imran, the ousted premier, also hinted at the possibility of snap polls, saying that he is expecting that the elections would be held soon.

Speaking about the prevailing economic crisis, the former prime minister reiterated his allegations that incumbent rulers were installed into power through the US-backed regime change conspiracy which he said cannot dare to buy oil from Russia at discounted rates.

'Despite the being the ally of the US, India is purchasing oil, weapons from Russia but slaves [incumbent government] is not allowed to...

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