Imran Khan did not appear for Senate polling | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Pakistani President Terik-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan supported the tradition of not coming to parliament to vote in the National Assembly in the Senate elections on Saturday.
The chairman of the PTI elected other commitments to vote for the upper house of parliament. However, Khan was not the only one left out of the vote.
The Muttahida movement of Kaumi – the Pakistani Farooq Sattar and the head of the Muslim Muslim Muslim Sheikh Rashid were also among those who did not vote in the elections on Saturday.
The member of the Party of the People's Party of Pakistan, Rubin Kaymhani, fulfilled the national obligation and participated in the vote, despite the tragic death of her son as a result of the road accident in Karachi a day ago.
the upper chamber was held on Saturday, after which the ruling Pakistan Muslim Nawaz league is expected to replace PPP as the largest party in the upper house.
Legislators from all over the country voted for the election of 52 senators on Saturday. The poll for the Senate elections ended at 16:00, after which unofficial and unconfirmed results were filled.