PTI adapts to website blocks, launches GitHub version for voter convenience

ISLAMABAD: In light of the recent blocks on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) official websites ahead of the upcoming general elections on February 8, 2024, the party has taken proactive measures to ensure voter access to essential election information. Despite the challenges posed by website restrictions, PTI has launched a GitHub version of its website to provide voters with a seamless experience.
The GitHub version of PTI’s website serves as a valuable resource for voters, offering detailed information about the party’s election candidates across various constituencies. Through this platform, voters can easily locate their respective PTI candidates by entering their constituency numbers, such as NA1, PK1, PS1, and so on. While some initial technical issues with this feature have been reported, PTI is actively working to address and resolve these issues promptly.
Moreover, PTI’s Facebook service remains fully operational and easily accessible to voters without the need for Virtual Private Networks (VPNs). By messaging Imran Khan’s official Facebook account, voters can obtain information about the designated candidate for their area, along with their political symbol. Additionally, the service provides WhatsApp channel links for the respective candidate, enhancing communication and engagement between candidates and voters.
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Despite the challenges posed by website blocks, PTI’s innovative approach ensures that voters can access vital election information conveniently through alternative platforms. By leveraging social media and technology, PTI continues to demonstrate its commitment to facilitating transparent and accessible elections for the citizens of Pakistan.