Re polling aimed massive rigging in so called IOK election: DFP

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Re polling aimed massive rigging in so called IOK election: DFP

ISLAMABAD: The Democratic Freedom Party Chairman, Shabbir Ahmad Shah, has said that re-polling at 38 polling stations in Badgam district in occupied Kashmir is aimed at increasing voting percentage through rigging.

Shabbir Ahmad Shah, who continues to be under house detention, in a statement issued in Srinagar said people will not forget the eight youth martyred by Indian troops on Sunday and will send a clear message to the world that Kashmiris want nothing less than freedom from Indian forcible control, KMS reported.

He said, "Scores of people injured on April 9 are undergoing treatment in hospitals but the power hungry politicians are in hurry to stage a drama of sham elections.

Shabbir Shah appealed the people to teach the same befitting lesson to New Delhi and its puppets as they did on April 9.

He urged the people to participate in the condolence gathering called in memory of Budgam martyrs, tomorrow, on April 14, saying, "We cannot forget the sacrifices of these brave sons of the soil." (APP)