Kalar Saidan: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the opposition parties are supporting the corrupt system of Senate elections. The rate of one seat in the Senate has gone up to Rs 50-70 crore.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan while talking to reporters said that if there was a video, I would have presented it to the court in cases against me. The question should not be what is the timing of the video, remember if there is no open ballot then the opposition will cry.

The Prime Minister said that the government can get more seats than the opposition on secret voting, the rate of one seat in the Senate has gone up to Rs 50 to 70 crore, how is it possible that a senator will not make money by investing.

Imran Khan said that the cost of one vote of the Senate in Baluchistan is 50 to 70 crores. Not today but many times before I was offered to sell seats for money. Contacts were made to sell direct and uninterrupted Senate seats.

Referring to the opposition, he said that the PML-N has signed an open ballot agreement in the PPP Charter of Democracy. I have supported the PML-N’s demand for an open ballot. The real issue is whether elections should be held under the current system or not.

The Prime Minister further said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman made the most money in buying and selling votes. The important thing is that my position was supported by the video. Opposition parties are supporting the corrupt system of Senate elections and Maulana Fazlur Rehman is the biggest benefactor of this system.

Regarding the economic situation, Imran Khan said that there were two rains at the wrong time which reduced the production of wheat, the price of flour did not increase so we are importing wheat, everything became more expensive due to the increase in dollar rate, we are trying our best to increase our exports

Congratulating the cricket team on its success, the Prime Minister said that the infrastructure of cricket has been fixed and the results of the system change will come in the next three or two years.

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