EVM issue raised to hostage elections: Rahu

Staff Reporter

Provincial Minister for Boards and Universities Ismail Rahu has termed the use of electronic voting machine (EVM) as an attempt to hostage elections and said that the selected government has created a new controversy.

He expressed these views in his Press statement. Ismail Rahu, while questioning the PTI government, said that who will guarantee that votes will not be stolen in the EVM, It can easily steal votes, Imran Khan is lying to the public, he said Ismail Rahu said that democracy has been hijacked in this country through fraudulent elections under Ayub, Zia and Musharraf.

The provincial minister said that when half of the people of the country do not know how to operate an ATM, how will they operate an electronic voting machine? The general elections in the country should be transparent. He said that this machine could also be stolen.

Are the selected Khan running away from the election from the ballot paper, he questioned.
He said that they did not come through the ballot paper nor did they believe in the ballot paper. The experience of electronic voting machine has already failed in many countries, he observed.

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