PM wants work on electoral reforms initiated on war footing

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday decided to form a parliamentary committee to bring about electoral reforms in the country.
Speaking to PTI Senator Ali Zafar who called on him in Islamabad, he called for work on electoral reforms to be initiated on war footing. “[I] have learnt a lot from the recent Senate election,” he said.
Prime Minister Imran reiterated the government’s resolve to stop the use of money and foul play in elections. He pledged that the government would take along all parties in the Senate with efforts to be made to carry out all pending legislation.
He directed Senator Zafar to contact other parties in the upper house of parliament in this regard.
On March 18, Prime Minister Imran formed a 10-member…

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