Ismail Gujjar, the PML-N candidate in constituency LA-35 Jammu 2 (Gujranwala) in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly elections, has threatened to call India for help if the administration does not address his grievance.

It is reported that on receiving complaints, the deputy commissioner reached the polling station at Government High School No 2 and expelled the polling agents of the PML-N and the Muslim Conference.

The PML-N polling agents protested against being taken out of the polling room and had a heated exchange of words with the deputy commissioner and the polling was stopped.

Later, PML-N candidate Chaudhry Ismail Gujjar reached the polling station. On this occasion, he told media that his election camp was demolished and then the deputy commissioner kicked out his polling agents and threatened them.

Ismail Gujjar threatened that if the administration did not listen to his complaint, he would call India for help.

He tried to ease the tension created by his rhetoric later and told a news channel that what he meant was that Indians were killing Kashmiris and here in Pakistan our camps were being uprooted.

The story was filed by the News Desk.
The Desk can be reached at info@thecorrespondent.com.pk.

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