Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar Haq Kakar was disappointed after the reporter’s question.
During a press conference in Islamabad, a reporter asked the caretaker prime minister that this would be his last press conference, to which Anwar Haq Kakar said that he was disappointed by your question.
The interim prime minister said that if Allah gives me life, then this will not be my last press conference, I will not answer your questions.
Anwar Haq Kakar added that your question makes it seem like I have cancer.
The Prime Minister also said that peaceful protests are the right of political workers, security agencies played an important role in conducting the elections and will not allow anyone to spread anarchy.
Anwarul Haq Kakar added that the counting of votes in Indonesia took one month, but how long did the counting of votes take here? It took 36 hours to count the votes, the projection was made in the first two and a half hours, there may have been irregularities, but there is a forum for that, Pakistan has three or four experiences of elections.
The interim prime minister also said that Pakistan is a very stable and responsible country, that peaceful protests are the right of the people to take action against violent protests, no government allows anarchy and we will not allow it within 36 hours of the elections. there were 92,000 polling stations, internet access was available throughout the country.