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Pakistan Election: Why America is in tension about the election of Pakistan? Keeping a hawk eye

Pakistan is facing an economic crisis. Inflation and unemployment are at their peak and people now have expectations from the new government.
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America is concerned about freedom of expression, including internet freedom. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan is in jail after being found guilty on corruption charges.

Pakistan is going to vote for the general election on February 8. Political parties are campaigning vigorously. Images of violence have also been seen in many places. Amidst all this, the US is monitoring Pakistan's elections and keeping a close eye on what is happening.

A US State Department official says his country is monitoring Pakistan's election process because it is concerned about violations of freedom of expression, assembly and association.

US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Vedant Patel says that the US wants broad participation of the people of Pakistan in the country's elections. He said we are concerned about all incidents of violence and restrictions on freedom of expression, including media freedom, internet freedom.

Questions are being raised on Pakistan's election

He says the people of Pakistan are entitled to exercise their fundamental right to choose their future leaders through fair elections without fear. The people of Pakistan have to decide their political future. Meanwhile, according to a report by a private news portal, Pakistan is witnessing political action compared to the last few years. Because of this, the credibility of the election has been questioned.

Currently Pakistan is facing economic crisis. Inflation and unemployment are at their peak and people now have expectations from the new government. However, there is still a question in people's minds that whether the elections are really going to bring any real change in the country? Political drama has been at its peak in Pakistan for the last one year. It has a foreign debt of more than 120 billion dollars, due to which the economy is in crisis.

Imran Khan and Nawaz are facing charges in jail

Former Prime Minister Imran Khan is in jail after being convicted on corruption charges and is barred from voting. At the same time, Nawaz Sharif's party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML) appears to be taking the lead. Nawaz Sharif is being accused of conniving with the army to regain power. Imran Khan accused the army of removing him from office.

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