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Clashes during the Intra-Party elections in Pakistan

Intra Party Elections 2013

Pakistan News – Sources added that clashes between many political leaders reported during the intra party elections in different cities while many polls have been cancelled, E Pakistan News Reported.

Supporters of Rana Naeem-ur-Rehman Group and Khalid Loond Group clashed with each other orally and physically in Gujranawala. After mounting quarrel between both groups, polls in Gujranwala cancelled.

Same position emerged in Sialkot as well where PTI activists alleged party election commissioner of partiality and started robust agitation.

When supporters of Workers Group and Unity Group encircled the main election hall during agitation, the local PTI administration called police for interference in Sialkot.

In Sheikhupura, supporters of Ashraf Ghuman and Imran Kunwar beat each other forcefully and finally polls cancelled after allegations of rigging in that district.

Similarily, polls have been cancelled in Multan, where PTI workers traded barbs with each other. Supporters of one group also staged a sit-in outside residence of Jawed Hashmi while protesting against misfits in the polls.

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