PM to introduce a new voting system in the country

Islamabad, 17th November: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he is grateful to the people for casting their votes in the GB elections.

Talking to media after the cabinet meeting, PM Imran Khan said that the women of Gilgit-Baltistan came out of their homes in cold weather and performed their duty. I thank the people for trusting PTI. In the 2013 elections, we demanded the opening of 4 constituencies. For the transparency of the 2018 elections, we demanded the opening of 4 constituencies. In the 2013 elections, all parties accused of rigging and demanded the opening of 4 constituencies for a year, then called a sit-in, demanding the best electoral reforms.

PM Imran Khan said that we will fulfil our promise to make Gilgit-Baltistan a transitional province. I have run a transparent election campaign. The PPP had called the 2013 elections as co-elections. The purpose of opening 4 constituencies was to remove shortcomings in 2018 by pointing them out.

Prime Minister Imran Khan announced the introduction of electronic voting in Pakistan and said that they are bringing a system to make the Senate elections transparent. Electronic voting in Pakistan and voting procedures for overseas Pakistanis will be approved by the Assemblies at the earliest opportunity.

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