Pakistan: Imran cut a ticket then candidate had fit

_102276993_8e6aa872-9f48-4838-bde1-942d97bad77f.jpgNewspapers related to the general election to be held in Pakistan this week in Urdu newspapers, published from Pakistan, are in the limelight.

Elections will be held for Parliament and Provincial Assemblies on July 25 in Pakistan.

Election Commission has made an hour’s increase in voting. According to the newspaper Express, the Election Commission has issued notification and said that on 25th July, votes will be held from 8 AM to 6 PM.

The newspaper writes that the EC has taken this step so that more and more people can participate in the voting.

Polling was held from eight in the morning to five in the morning. This is the first time that the Election Commission has issued such orders before the election day.

Imran Khan’s party Tehrik-e-Insaf had appealed to the Election Commission a few days ago that the time of polling would be done from 8 am to 8.00 pm.

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The Commission did not accept the demand of their demands, but increased the hour of voting for one hour.

The election marks of all the candidates who took part in the elections on Saturday were also finalized.

In a significant development, the court has allowed former Pakistan Prime Minister Shahid Khakon Abbasi to contest the elections.

Earlier, the Election Appellate Tribunal had imposed a life ban on fighting the election of Shahid Khakan Abbasi.

According to the newspaper Nawa-e-Waqt, the Lahore High Court has dismissed the tribunal’s decision and allowed them to contest elections.

After the court verdict, Abbasi said that the election process should be free from disputes, which makes democracy stronger.

He said that there is no such thing in the world that anyone’s nomination can be canceled due to technical reasons. They said that the public’s court will announce its decision on July 25.

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On the other hand, Imran Khan, the head of the Tehreek-e-Insaf, said that if the issue of tickets is over, he will be able to breathe peace and thank the above (God).

According to the newspaper world, there is a lot of enthusiasm about the ticket in Imran Khan’s party. Angered party leader and activist is giving a damn to the residence of Imran Khan if they do not get tickets or get tickets for anyone else.

A candidate had a heart attack due to first getting tickets and withdrawing the ticket.

According to Akbar Jung, before the Sialkot seat of Punjab Assembly, Abid Javed had given ticket to the party of Imran Khan, but then the party refused to give him the symbol.

It had such a profound impact on him that he suffered a heart attack and was immediately admitted to the hospital. At present, they are out of danger.
On Friday, Imran Khan tried to solve the problem by meeting many angry leaders, but still many people are angry.

On the other hand, senior leader of Nawaz Sharif’s party Muslim League (Nun) and former Union Home Minister Chaudhary Nisar attacked Nawaz Sharif and said that Nawaz Sharif forgot the 34-year-old friendship and betrayed him.

Nawaz Sharif had cut his ticket after which he has decided to contest the election as an independent candidate.

According to Akbar Jung, Chaudhary Nissar said that Imran Khan was his good friend and wanted to ask for a ticket from his party, but he did not do it because he thought it was better to stand on his feet.

According to the newspaper, Chaudhari Nisar claims that on July 25, the whole Pakistan will see what gets out of the belt.

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