PMLN win the Election 2018 (Full Result)
PMLN win the Election 2018 (Full Result)
Early results of the landmark 2018 general election showed the victory of cricketer-turned
politician Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), while the mainstream political
parties denounced “blatant rigging” in the pivotal general election and rejecting unofficial, partial results.
Results were still being tallied on Thursday, hours after Khan s supporters took to the streets
to celebrate victory with nearly half the votes counted, PTI, is in a commanding lead.
“PML-N’s polling agent was pushed out of the polling station in DG Khan whereas situation
of the incident is available. Today’s incidents have pushed Pakistan 30 years back,” he said.
Later, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman while talking
to media said that he will host an All Parties’ Conference to discuss alleged rigging in elections.
Fazl said his party rejects election results, saying he has discussed the situation with Pakistan
Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif.
On the other hand, the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) dismissed allegations
of manipulation, blaming the delay on glitches in new, untested counting software.
“These elections were 100 percent fair and transparent,” said Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Muhammad Raza early Thursday as the outcry grew.
Meanwhile, PTI chairman Imran Khan has summoned his party leaders for consultations at his residence in Bani Gala.
He is expected to ask his party leaders to contact independent candidates from across the
Punjab and enlist their support. The meeting will formulate a strategy to counter opponent s
allegation that the elections were rigged.
On Wednesday, millions of Pakistanis voted to elect a new government and prime minister in a
peaceful elections held in free, fair and transparent manner.
Around 800,000 police and military forces were stationed at more than 85,000 polling stations
across the country as the voting took place.
Wednesday s election was only the second democratic transition of power in Pakistan s 70-year coup-studded history.
Pakistan is a country of approximately 207 million people, out of which the number of registered voters
are about 106 million. The voting for the Pakistan election, which took place between 8:00 am local
time (8:30 am IST) and 6:00 pm (6:30 pm IST)
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is leading with 435 votes
According to unofficial results, PTI Chairman is leading the count against PML-N’s Saad Rafique with 7,224 votes.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the count against MQM-P’s Syed Ali Raza with 1,552 votes.
PML-N’s Khurram Dastagir is leading the count against PTI’s Chaudhry Muhammad Siddique with 15,055 votes.
PML-N’s Hamza Shahbaz is leading the count against PTI’s Muhammad Nouman Qaiser with 9,545 votes.
PTI’s Junaid Akbar is leading the count against PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto with 97 votes.
Independent candidate Sikander Hayat Khan Bosan is leading the count against PPP’s Syed Abdul Qadir Geelani with 3,910 votes.
PTI Vice Chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi is leading the count against PML-N’s Amir Saeed Ansari with 3,822 votes.
PPP s Khursheed Shah leads with 627 votes NA-206 SUKKUR-1, followed by PTI s Tahir Hussain with 40 votes.
PPP s Nafisa Shah leads with 438 votes. GDA s Ghaus Ali Shah follows Shah with 67 votes.
Independent candidate, Abbas Abbasi is leading the count against PTI’s Makhdoom Syed Samiul Hassan Geelani with 213 votes.
According to unofficial results, PTI’s Pervaiz Khattak is the leading the count against MMA’s Syed Zulfikar Ali Shah with 310 votes.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the count against PML-N’s Shahid Khaqan Abbasi with 213 votes.
PTI’s Ghulam Sarwar Khan is leading the vote count against independent candidate Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan with 81 votes.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the count against PML-N’s Ubaidullah Khan with 1,452 votes.
PML-N s Ahsan Iqbal leads the polls with 313 votes. Iqbal is followed by Abrarul Haq, who has so far secured 103 votes.
PTI s Ghulam Bibi Bhirwana leads polls with 71 votes. Bhirwana is followed by independent candidate Mohammad Ahmed, who has so far secured 50 votes.
PTI s Amjad Ali Khan leads the polls with 1177 votes, followed by PML-N s Mohammad Humair Hayat Khan, who has so far bagged 342 votes.
NA-117 Nankana Sahib
19:35: From seven out of 341 polling stations, PTI’s Chaudhry Bilal Ahmed Virk is leading the count against PML-N’s Chaudhry Muhammad Barjees Tahir with 2,839 votes.
NA-7 Lower Dir-2
According to unofficial results from 12 out of 262 polling stations, MMA’s Sirajul Haq is leading the count against PTI’s Muhammad Bashir Khan with 2,005 votes.
PML-N’s Riazul Haq is leading the count against PTI’s Rao Hassan Sikander with 13,133 votes.
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto is leading the count against MMA’s Rashid Mahmood Sumroo with 2,953 votes.
PTI Chairman Imran Khan is leading the count against PML-N’s Shahid Khaqan Abbasi with 5,089 votes.
PTI s Yasmeen Rashid leads the polls with 6394 votes
PML-N s Rohail Asghar leads with 88 votes, followed by PTI s Aijaz Ahmed with 41 votes.
PML’s Pervaiz Elahi is leading the count against PML-N’s Muhammad Faiz Malik with 2,269 votes.
PTI’s Junaid Akbar is leading the count against PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto with 2,494 votes.
PPP’s Raja Pervaiz Ashraf is leading the count against PTI’s Chaudhry Muhammad Azeem with 418 votes.