Islamabad- PTI leader and Member National Assembly, Arif Alvi has said that a Supreme Court (SC) commission should be constituted to probe into polls rigging and help could be sought by judicial commission from security and intelligence agencies during investigation.

Talking to a private TV channel, he said today that PTI is demonstrating flexibility in its demand for PM Nawaz Sharif resignation and it has gone back from its stance.

PTI is showing flexibility in its stance on investigation into polls rigging but the attitude being shown by the government is giving rise to bitterness in the atmosphere, he observed. He claimed that millions of people will participate in PTI November 30 sit-in. PTI is holding peaceful Azadi March dharna, he added. No difficulties were created for the government in consequence of Azadi Marchsit-in, he said.

He said that the PML-N is not ready to constitute judicial commission to investigate into polls rigging. If PML-N has not committed rigging in general election then it is scared of what, he questioned. Joint Investigation Team can be constituted to probe into polls rigging charges, he pointed out. Judicial commission can seek help from security agencies during investigation, he added.