Honourable Caretaker Prime Minister Stated that Fair Election
Honourable Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar has stated that fair elections are feasible without the incarcerated Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and his leaders. The general elections will take place next year. The American news agency AP received this. The acting prime minister said in the interview that thousands of PTI employees who weren’t involved in illicit activity will govern the political system and take part in the elections. The country’s major political parties have begun making preparations for the elections after the Pakistani Election Commission confirmed a few days ago that they will take place in January of next year.
He said that it is absurd for the army to rig the election results in order to undermine the previous prime minister’s chances of winning. Why would Chairman PTI be against Imran Khan when he accomplished it himself? He stated that our government should offer all forms of financial, security, and other assistance for the elections once the Election Commission releases the election’s final date.
Make Sure Follow the Law & Order
When asked if he would urge the court to overturn Imran’s conviction so that he could run in the elections, the acting prime minister responded, “I will not interfere with the decisions of the judiciary and will not interfere with any political activity.” “Judiciary shouldn’t utilize to achieve goals. No one is being pursue out of a personal grudge, but we’ll make sure the law is follow, whether it’s Imran Khan or someone else, he add. We cannot compare it with political prejudice, but any politician who breaks the law via his political behaviour must guarantee that the law is restored.
Without Imran Khan or the hundreds of Pakistani party members. Who have imprison for their roles in vandalism, arson, and other unlawful acts. According to Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, fair elections may held. He said that Imran Khan’s party would led by thousands of citizens. Who did not engage in illicit activity. And who would vote in the elections. Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar declare during his speech. That I do not pay heed to these charges since they are a part of our political culture.
While I do not dispute that there are difficulties in civil-military relations. He said that our government and army work extremely well together. The imbalance, however, is cause by a number of factors. Instead of undermining the current military institutions. The interim prime minister suggest, we should progressively increase. The functioning of the civilian institutions. Since doing otherwise would not address any of our issues.