ISLAMABAD – A detailed report on the alleged failure of Result Transmission System (RTS) on the day of the general election was presented to Prime Minister Imran Khan by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Muhammad Azam Khan Swati.

Swati, in an hour-long meeting, suggested that PM Khan should suspend National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) Chairman Usman Mobeen.

The senator believed that a transparent probe was not possible in his presence, moreover, the prime minister asked Swati to consult with the forensic experts before publishing the report and assured him of all of his cooperation.

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After the general election, the PTI had formed a fact-finding committee headed by Senator Swati to look into the alleged failure of the RTS.

During the meeting, Swati also informed the prime minister regarding the functioning of the Ministry of Science and Technology. He told the prime minister that hundreds of the people had been recruited by the ministry on political bases.

Swati also briefed PM Khan on the massive embezzlement and violations of rules in the ministry, besides presenting evidence of the alleged corruption by ministry’s senior officials.