OUR STAFF REPORTER LAHORE The Punjab chief of the PPP, Mr Imtiaz Safdar Warraich, on Monday asked Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif to ensure that elections on two Lahore seats of the AJK Assembly are held in a transparent manner. The ballot for these seats is to be cast on July 20. Addressing a joint news conference at the residence of partys General Secretary for the City, Akbar Khan, along with two PPP candidates Ghulam Mohayuddin Dewan and Sardar Maqsood-uz-Zaman Warraich warned if the Punjab Government tried to rig the elections, the PPP had completed its home work to foil any such attempt. We will not let them to repeat the politics of 1990s, he remarked, adding that the PPP workers and media will not allow the PML-N goonda elements to stuff ballot boxes with fake ballots. He said the PML-N should leave everything to the Election Commission of Pakistan and accept peoples mandate. The PPP leader lamented that the Chief Minister did not allow deployment of the Rangers in the City on June 26 to control law and order when polling for two AJK seats was held here. Speaking on the occasion, Sardar Maqsood-uz-Zaman, a PPP candidate from Karachi, demanded that polling in Karachi and other cities should be conducted under the supervision of the Army and the Rangers. Mohayyuddin Dewan also desired similar arrangement in Lahore, alleging that the PML-N workers stuffed the ballot boxes with fake ballot papers even before the start of the polling on June 26. The partys Lahore President Samina Khalid Ghurki said that the PPP will not allow the PML-N to stage the action replay of June 26 because the PPP workers had completed their preparation to give a befitting reply to the PML-N. Asked why the PPP candidate had demanded the election under the supervision of the Army in Sindh where PPP has its own government, Imtiaz Safdar Warraich said: It was because of the special situation prevailing there. Asked who was responsible for that situation, Safdar held Mian Nawaz Sharif responsible, saying his latest statements had created such a situation in Karachi.