Monday, November 29, 2021  | 23 Rabiulakhir, 1443
Samaa TV
Facebook Twitter Youtube
HOME > News

Next elections results will be acceptable to all: PM Imran Khan

He launches alien registration cards and mobile vans of NADRA

SAMAA | - Posted: Aug 13, 2021 | Last Updated: 4 months ago
Posted: Aug 13, 2021 | Last Updated: 4 months ago

The next election will actually be a 21st century election, no rigging, no fraud and its results will be acceptable to everyone, Prime Minister Imran Khan said during the inauguration of the mobile van and alien registration cards of NADRA.


the audience, PM Khan applauded the interior ministry and NADRA staff for making

the process easy.

He said that Pakistan still hosts at least three million Afghan refugees and others are not registered because they do not have CNICs, rendering them non-citizens, therefore, alien identity cards would be helpful for those who do not have a CNIC.

The PM said that it will help bring them into the mainstream so they can run their businesses, get admission in private educational institutions, private employment, mobile SIMs, utility connections, open bank accounts, and register vehicles.

“I believe that the sole solution for fraud and rigging is technology. With the help of data and technology syncing together. We will hold historic elections and the results would be acceptable to all.”

Imran Khan also inaugurated 90 new mobile registration vans an effort to expand the outreach of NADRA offices to the tehsil level.

On August 7, the premier was given a demonstration of the EVMs.

According to Minister for Science and Technology Shibli Faraz, the machines can work without internet and wifi. They can test rigging during and after the polls and help with audits too.

Here's how the machines will work:

  • An election officer will first remove the seal from the machine.
  • Once it's turned on, voters will be told to press a button through which they will be able to cast their votes.
  • The machine will then print a ballot paper.
  • The voter will be given the paper and asked to slip it into the ballot box.

In November 2020, PM Khan announced that his government wanted to introduce e-voting in Pakistan to make the elections transparent. He made a committee comprising Azam Swati and Shafqat Mehmood to introduce the new electoral reforms.

The government will need the Parliament's approval to use these machines in the next elections.

Follow SAMAA English on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

FaceBook WhatsApp

Tell us what you think:

Your email address will not be published.

FaceBook WhatsApp

Prime Minsiter Imran Khan, NADRA headquarter visit, Electronic voting machines, mobile vans of NADRA, Alien identity card

Omicron: Mandatory booster shots in Sindh as world trembles
Saudi Arabia lifts maximum age limit for Umrah pilgrims
Section 144 imposed around Nasla Tower, demolition continues
Lahore woman returning from work shot dead by security guard
Nasla Tower, petrol prices, PTI convention, Thal jeep rally
ECP orders probe, arrests over Lahore vote-buying videos
About Us   |   Anchor Profiles   |   Online Advertising   |   Contact Us   |   Feedback   |   Apps   |   FAQs   |   Authors   |   Comment Policy
Facebook   |   Twitter   |   Instagram   |   YouTube   |   WhatsApp