No one has majority in Pakistan elections, manipulation started, Imran’s party gave such threat to Election Commission

No one has majority in Pakistan elections, manipulation started, Imran’s party gave such threat to Election Commission

In view of no single party getting a clear majority in the general elections of Pakistan, discussions and manipulative efforts have started for the formation of a coalition government. Amid the possibility of a hung Parliament, efforts to form a coalition government gained momentum when former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday appealed to rival political parties to join hands to take Pakistan out of its current difficulties. It is believed that Sharif has the support of the powerful army.

Pakistan election results are as follows

Independent candidates supported by jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party have won 101 seats in the National Assembly in Thursday’s elections. According to the results declared by the Election Commission of Pakistan for 255 out of 265 seats, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has won 73 seats, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has won 54 seats and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) has won 17 seats. . Small parties have won other seats.

What is the equation for forming government in Pakistan?

To form the government in Pakistan, any party will have to win 133 out of 265 seats in the National Assembly. The election on one seat was postponed after the death of a candidate. Overall, 169 seats out of 336 are required to achieve a simple majority, which also includes seats reserved for women and minorities.

Imran Khan’s party warned of demonstration

Imran Khan’s party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on Saturday asked the Election Commission to declare the full results of the general elections by midnight, otherwise it will face protests in areas where the results are yet to come. Khan’s party claimed that it would form the government at the Center as well as in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa provinces. Even after two days of voting, the results of all the seats have not been declared.

Jailed former PM Imran Khan claimed victory

Imran Khan claimed victory in the general elections by sending an audio video message with the help of AI (Artificial Intelligence). Khan said in the video that he had strong faith that people would come out to vote and praised his supporters for reposing their trust by voting in large numbers. Rauf Hasan, central information secretary of Khan’s party PTI, said the party has already started the process of consultation on future steps. However, he said direct meetings are not possible as most of the elected candidates are either in jail or underground. Hassan warned that any attempt to derail the people’s decision would have fatal consequences. He said that public opinion should be respected.

Nawaz Sharif ready to join hands with independents

Three-time former Prime Minister and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif (74) has already indicated in his so-called ‘victory speech’ that he is ready to join hands with independents to take the country out of the crisis. Even if Sharif’s PML-N and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari-led PPP win the remaining seats, they will still need the support of other winning parties or independent candidates to form the government. Both the parties are trying to form a coalition government.

Bilawal and his father held a meeting with Nawaz Sharif

PPP chief Bilawal (35) and his father Asif Ali Zardari held separate meetings with Nawaz Sharif and his brother Shehbaz Sharif. A PMLN leader said on Saturday, Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif held a meeting in Jati Umrah, in which both discussed forming a coalition government in Islamabad.

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