New Delhi: A day after suffering a setback in the Senate election, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan addressing the nation to seek a vote of confidence from the lawmakers slammed the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) questioning its responsibility.What kind of example has the Election Commission of Pakistan set by being unable to ensure transparent Senate polls, he asked.Saying he will take a vote of confidence from the Parliament. Khan said: “Vote for me if you want...I am fine to sit on the opposition benches...fine by me...I am not power-hungry.”A session of the National Assembly has been summoned for Saturday when Khan will seek a vote of confidence from the parliament at 12:15 pm. Accusing Yousaf Raza Gillani of buying votes from senators Khan said he was certain that an open ballot would mean a landslide victory for his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.“There is a Chinese proverb that fish always rots from the top. How can we expect the common man to be honest when our senators are corrupt,” The Express Tribune quoted PM Imran Khan as saying.He further said that the opposition parties are sadly mistaken if they think these strong-arm tactics will force him to give them a National Reconciliation Ordinance as Pervez Musharraf did.While the ruling PTI secured 18 seats, opposition’s Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) candidate Yousuf Raza Gillani defeated PTI’s Hafeez Shaikh from the Islamabad general seat.Gillani defeated Shaikh by securing 169 votes.After his victory, Gillani termed his win as a victory of democracy.“The Islamabad seat was the most important seat in the Senate elections and everyone was eyeing it. [Through my win], the PDM has been victorious,” he said.Democracy is the best revenge. Jeya Bhutto! said PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari in a tweet.Bilawal had earlier said that the Imran Khan-led government is losing its control and claimed that lawmakers of the ruling party are in touch with the PDM for voting in the upcoming Senate elections.