Ever since the new government was formed in Pakistan, Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has been demanding early elections in the country. Even Imran is constantly going among the people in the country and holding rallies. Meanwhile, Asif Ali Zardari, former President of Pakistan and chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, which is part of the current coalition government, said that elections in the country will be held when the current coalition government implements electoral reforms and amends the National Accountability Bureau laws.
Zardari said – no matter how long it takes election reform is necessary
In fact, according to a Dawn report, on Wednesday, Zardari told a press conference in Karachi that we have to change the laws and reform them and then go to the elections. Whether it takes three or four months, we have to work on implementation of policies and improving the electoral process. He said that he had also consulted Nawaz Sharif and made him understand that we cannot go to the polls until the election reforms are done and the goals are not met.
The statement of the Defense Minister was called the statement of the party
The former president also said that the coalition government had no problem with voting rights and representation for foreign Pakistanis. Not only this, recently, on a statement made about the election of Defense Minister Khwaja Asif, Zardari said that the possibility of holding elections before November cannot be ruled out but it was his own views and Asif was on the instructions of his party. obliged to listen.
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Zardari praises Pakistan Army
He also said that the PML-N decided with me that there would be no talk about the appointment of a new army chief unless electoral reforms are carried out. He said this can happen only once electoral reforms start. On the no-confidence motion that ousted former prime minister Imran Khan from power, Zardari said it was good to know that the army was neutral. He hoped that the army would remain ‘apolitical’ and that any problems that arose could be resolved by the national representatives.
Imran wants early elections in Pakistan
On the other hand, former PM Imran Khan wants early elections in the country. They are continuously demanding elections in their rallies. But this statement of Zardari is being considered a setback for Imran Khan. Imran Khan recently appealed to his party workers that when he demands re-election in the country in Islamabad, he wants at least two million people to be present there. Imran Khan said that I want people to understand what is the meaning of real freedom.