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WorldCounting of votes continues in Pakistan, America is closely monitoring the election...

Counting of votes continues in Pakistan, America is closely monitoring the election results.

Washington. The White House said it is concerned about reports of voter intimidation and suppression during the recently held general elections in Pakistan and is closely monitoring the situation.

John Kirby, coordinator of strategic communications for the National Security Council at the White House, told reporters, “We are concerned and share our concerns about intimidation, voter suppression and other similar reports coming from Pakistan and are closely monitoring this.” Keeping. In response to a question, he said, the counting of votes is still going on, international monitors are still keeping an eye on the counting….

Indian American lawmaker Raja Krishnamurthy has urged the State Department to delay recognizing the winner. Krishnamurthy is also co-chairman of a committee on China matters. He said in the House, I am extremely concerned about the reports that the Pakistani Army is rigging the vote and promoting violence to overturn the results of Thursday’s election.

He said, the results of Pakistan’s elections should reflect the wishes of the people there and not of the army. There is a dire need to ensure that every vote is counted fairly and accurately and the violence stops.

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