The ECP will decide tomorrow whether to include the votes cast by overseas Pakistanis through the i-voting facility in the final vote count results.

The decision will be taken after Nadra briefs the commission on the i-voting exercise, which has been undertaken for the first time.

If approved by the ECP, the votes of expat Pakistanis will be incorporated in Form 48, the Consolidated Statement of Results of the Count, along with postal ballots.

Out of 7,364 overseas nationals registered through i-voting, 6,233 cast their votes in today's by-polls, according to the ECP.

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