Thursday, July 26, 2018

Pakistan Polls 2018: Imran Khan's Party in Majority to form Government in the Center

The general elections for Pakistan's national and provincial assemblies were held on 25th July simultaneously all over the country. As per the provisional results available, cricketer turned politician Imran Khan's party Pakistan Tehreek e  Insaf (TI, The Justice Party) is in lead with a vast margin, followed by PML (N), the party of deposed and jailed ex prime minister Nawaz Sharif.

The EU monitoring Committee in its initial report has showed its satisfaction over the conduct of elections and found the conduct better than what they observed in 2013 elections which were marred with allegations of rigging and misconduct.

Imran Khan's party has also showed a major presence in the province of Punjab, following very closely behind the PML(N). Imran's party has also obtained simple majority in the KPK province. In Sind province, former president Asif Zardari's party PPPP has had a dominating edge, though Imran's party has also shown a significant presence.

Detailed results are awaited.

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