Prime Minister Imran Khan. Photograph: File

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday stated that he will not be blackmailed by anybody, including that even when the federal government has to dissolve, the method of accountability will proceed.

The premier was talking throughout a gathering of the PTI’s core committee to debate the Jahangir Tareen group’s reservations and different nationwide points, together with Azad Kashmir elections, funds, and accountability.

Based on sources, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar knowledgeable the Prime Minister in regards to the assembly with the Tareen Group after which it was determined that the simply calls for of the group can be accepted.

Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that the method of accountability will proceed in opposition to all odds, including that even when the federal government has to dissolve, he won’t be blackmailed by anybody and can make sure that the rule of regulation prevails within the nation.

Sources stated that preparations for the Azad Kashmir elections had been additionally mentioned within the assembly. Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that he’s assured the PTI would win the elections.

The premier pressured that with a purpose to make the method of elections truthful and clear, searching for technological help within the type of digital voting is important.

He stated that within the subsequent elections, digital voting will make sure that rigging doesn’t happen.

Talking in regards to the nation’s economic system, the premier stated that abroad Pakistanis play an vital half within the nation’s progress, subsequently, the PTI-led authorities will make sure that abroad Pakistanis additionally get an opportunity to forged their votes remotely by means of the usage of know-how.

The committee additionally expressed “grave concern over a controversial submit on the official social media pages of the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) primarily based on “destructive propaganda,” a press release issued later stated.

It must be famous {that a} video vital of the functioning of Digital Voting Machines (EVMs) was posted on the fee’s social media accounts a day in the past. Although the submit was deleted later, the transfer confronted a robust response from the federal authorities.

“We hope that the ECP will take motion in opposition to these concerned in sharing such content material on social media,” stated the premier. 

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