Sanjrani’s victory is defeat of autocratic ideology

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Our Correspondent
Abbottabad

Shahzad Khattak Joint Secretary PTI here on Saturday said that the victory of Sadiq Sanjrani as Chairman of the senate is a defeat to the autocratic ideology in the country.

Talking to media, Shahzad Khattak said that the politics of PDM is revolving around their personal interests but after the defeat in the Senate of Pakistan their politics has been destroyed.

Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf is committed to bringing reforms in the electoral system under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan and end of Horse trading in the country, adding he said.

The Joint Secretary further said that Imran Khan wants the development and prosperity of the country and trying to bring the country back on the track of development while opposition parties are struggling for their personal gains.

He emphasized strengthening the hands of PM Imran Khan if the opposition wants to bring transparency and reforms in the electoral system, PTI is working on comprehensive reforms in the polling process, electronic and open voting.

Shahzad Khattak said that reforms in the electoral process would enable both losing and winning candidates to accept the reality and avoid blaming each other for rigging in the elections.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senators on saturday termed victory of the ruling party and its allies for Senate Chairmanship is a triumph of the truth and democracy which would also reflects the firm commitment to the values of democracy and the rule of law.

The victory of Chairman Senate and Deputy Chairman is also the victory of Baluchistan and tribal areas, Senator Faisal Javed said while speaking to Radio Pakistan’s current Affair Program.

He further said PTI-led government is having a clear stance of open balloting to ensure transparency and is keen to introduce electoral reforms.

Prime Minister Imran Khan always accorded top priority to eradication of corruption, whereas Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) of opposition parties is aimed at safeguarding corrupt elements at all levels, he criticized.