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On Wednesday, the US Department of State demanded a probe into claims of tampering in the February 8 Pakistan general polls.

Therefore, we have demanded that those claims be looked into. We believe that is the right course of action. That’s – that’s our answer to inquiries about anomalies, not only in Pakistan but anyplace in the world, according to US State Department spokesman Mathew Miller.

He went on to say, “We believe that they’re thoroughly investigated and resolved,” during the Wednesday daily news briefing. And for that reason, we will keep requesting that. However, it’s also evident that Pakistan’s elections were contested, and we look forward to collaborating with the new government to ensure that the

Allegations of election tampering and the suspension of internet and mobile services accompanied Pakistan’s general election polls’ conclusion, Dawn reported.

Voting took place from eight in the morning until five in the evening. Prior until now, the Pakistani Election Commission declared that exceptions will only be granted to those who were present at the polling place.

But since there have been several claims of voting suppression and poll-tampering, the polling is not seen as free and fair.

To preserve law and order during the general elections, the Federal Interior Ministry took a significant step this morning and shut down internet and mobile phone service nationwide.

online observer Additionally, according to Netblocks, real-time data indicates that internet outages are currently in place in “many

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