PM Khan pledges to end all corrupt practices in election procedures

Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Monday pledged to end all corrupt practices of vote rigging in the country. 

Addressing a meet-up with Senator Faisal Javed and Senator Zeeshan Khanzada, PM Imran affirmed in Islamabad that he would make sure to eradicate the corruption in election system by introducing open-ballot in next Senate elections.

Sadiq Sanjrani is a strong candidate for the top Senate slot, he said and hoped that he would won the election. He added that the government will introduce legislation to stop use of money in the next Senate elections.

Moreover, the PM said that the top priority of the government is to ensure its people. He said that the government is endeavouring to help the deserving people at individual as well as institution level in consultation and cooperation with all stakeholders.

Earlier on March 6, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan had thanked the lawmakers for their support and reposing confidence in him.

Addressing in the National Assembly, after gaining a vote of confidence from the House, PM Imran Khan had said when you come out of a difficult time, you get stronger.

In response to the statement of Election Commission of Pakistan which highlights transparency in election system, PM Khan said he was surprised.  

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