After rescuing Imran Khan, the government now remembers EVM, the way the election will change | Instant News

Imran Khan’s latest news: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday after rescuing the government that his government would introduce electoral reforms and electronic voting machines (EVM) to ensure fair and transparent elections in the country. According to PTI news, Khan said after winning the guardianship vote in the National Assembly (Parliament) that his government plans to introduce electronic voting so that millions of Pakistanis can vote abroad in the election.

EVM will be used in the future
According to the news, Prime Minister Khan said that we are bringing advanced technology in the elections for a transparent electoral process. We have decided to use an Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) in the future. It is important to use it to handle voting interference claims on behalf of a candidate who lost the election. We are also working on a system where Pakistanis living abroad can cast their votes.

Pakistan will also adopt transparent methods (Pakistan will also adopt transparent methods)
Khan said that just like in the US, where former President Donald Trump’s repeated allegations of election fraud were rejected by the transparent system, Pakistan (Pakistan’s latest news) is also to ensure fair and transparent elections in the country. Will implement the same system. . He said that as a cricket captain, I carried the concept of a neutral referee, just as my government would establish a fair electoral system. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) said on Friday that Senate elections were held in accordance with the constitution and that he (the Commission) “has never been under any pressure” and if Allah willed this will not happen in the future.

Imran Khan makes accusations
The Commission has expressed surprise at the accusations made against the Election Commission by Prime Minister Khan and said this while expressing disappointment. Khan on Wednesday accused the commission of failing to stop corruption in the elections for the Senate, the upper house of Pakistan’s Parliament. He accuses you (ECP) of making fun of democracy, you did nothing to stop vote buying and undermine the morality of the nation.

The commission criticized Khan after opposition candidate Pakistan Democratic Movement and former Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani defeated Pakistani ruling candidate Tehreek-e-Insaf Abdul Hafeez Sheikh. The Commission has rejected Khan’s accusations, saying that the Commission has never been subject to any pressure and if Allah willed it will not be in the future either.

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