272 seats are up for grabs
Each voter was required to vote for the national assembly and one for the provincial assembly
60 seats reserved for women, 10 for minorities
Close to 106 million registered voters
More than 30 political parties, 12,570 candidates in the fray
It will only be the second civilian transfer power in Pakistan’s 70-year history
Pakistan’s parliamentary and provincial elections have been criticized by violence and allegations of rigging by opposers, with the first official results starting from 12 hours after voting over trickle.
Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), or Pakistan Movement for Justice, has held a commanding lead with nearly half of the votes from the presidential election.
Millions of Pakistanis have struggled to vote for polling stations, with their vote of violence, including a suicide attack in western city of Quetta, claiming that at least 31 people lives.
As many as 800,000 police and military forces were stationed in 85,000 polling stations across the country, which will see the country’s history in the second civilian-to-civilian handover power.
272 seats are ready to catch
Every voter needed to vote for the National Assembly and a Provincial Assembly
Women for 60 minorities are safe for 10 minorities
Approximately 106 million registered voters
Over 30 political parties, with 12,570 candidates
It will only transfer to another citizen in the 70-year history of Pakistan
The counting was an important role in which the parliamentary parliamentary and provincial elections were deprived of oppression and accusations by opponents, resulting in government official results after voting in more than 12 hours.
The cricket icon has maintained that the politician Imran Khan’s Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI), or the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has maintained the commander’s leadership with nearly half the votes in the election of Wednesday.
Millions of Pakistaniis have left at polling stations for the use of their vote during the violence, including an autonomy attack in Quetta, western Balochistan, in which at least 31 people are alive.
As far as 800,000 police and military forces have been deployed in 85,000 polling stations in the election, citizens of other countries will see citizens regarding the power of citizens.