ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has finalised its probe into the shutdown of election results software on the polling day.
According to sources, the party had formed an investigating committee headed by PTI Parliamentary leader in the Senate Azam Swati to look into the Results Transmission System (RTS) fault. The committee was also tasked with identifying those responsible and suggest action against them.
Swati is expected to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan tomorrow (Saturday) and brief him on the report findings.
The Election Commission of Pakistan, which introduced the software for the July 25 election, faced severe criticism after results were unusually delayed on election day.
Opposition parties have since then called the election rigged and called for a probe into the RTS fault.