Imran Khan alleged-fake ballot papers printed in Lahore


RAWALPINDI: In a post on X,  Imran Khan has alleged that fake ballot papers were being printed in Lahore at a printing press owned by PML-N leader named Ehsan.

“Even after 10 days of holding the elections, a very organised and coordinated series of rigging continues,” he said.

In a video shared with the same post, a man explains that he reached the printing press in Lahore’s Lakshmi Chowk after receiving a tip from sources.

He showed stacks of ballot papers piled on the floor and tables, which, according to him, were being printed for NA-15 Mansehra, where Nawaz Sharif lost.

He noted that only a government printing press is authorised to print ballot papers.

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