Karachi: The Secretary General of Pakistan People`s Party (PPP) has said that massive rigging took place in the Punjab during the elections and that a white paper would be issued after collecting evidence in this regard.
Sardar Latif Khosa, who is also a former Punjab governor, said the voter turnout up to 300 percent was registered at a number of polling stations and alleged that the government machinery was put to use in `carrying out the rigging`, reports The News.
He, however, added that they have only accepted the poll results for a stable democracy and a better future of the country.
Latif Khosa advised the Prime Minister in waiting, Nawaz Sharif, to desist from getting himself declared an `Amir ul Momineen`.
He said a feedback is being taken on the alleged rigging and expressed confidence that PPP will make a come back.