ISLAMABAD - Advisor to the Prime Minis­ter on Parliamentary Affairs, Dr Babar Awan on Wednes­day informed that next gener­al elections would be conduct­ed through Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) under which more than 9 million over­seas Pakistanis could also use right to vote. Talking to jour­nalists, he said that the parlia­ment has already enacted law on EVM and would be imple­mented soon. Since 1975, he said that the people had been complaining about rigging and horse-trading in electoral pro­cess but it was Prime Minister Imran Khan who has adopted practical measures to ensure smooth and fair elections. Dr. Babar Awan said the Cabinet approved in principal that a bill would be tabled in the par­liament to check horse-trad­ing. The Advisor said he had briefed the Cabinet about elec­tion Act- 2017 and in the light of his briefing, a draft was ap­proved and also discussed with Election Commission of Pakistan. He said that the opposition and the treasury benches should support leg­islation process as it was re­sponsibility of members.