ALL ABOVE BOARD: Pakistan have vowed to have a clean election
Money-Advice-Trust

PAKISTAN’S army said on Tuesday (10) it will deploy about 371,000 troops to en­sure a “fair and free” election on July 25, denying it was rigging the poll to tip the scales in favour of former cricketer Im­ran Khan. The run-up to the general election has been marred by accusations that the military is meddling in politics and muz­zling the media to help usher Khan’s Pa­kistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) into power. Khan, an anti-corruption crusader and conservative on national security, has denied colluding with the military, which has ruled the country for almost half its history. Military spokesman Major General Asif…