The Pakistani Army and Nawaz Sharif have suffered a major setback in the general elections held amid rigging and violence in Pakistan. Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir Ahmed had thought that by dethroning Imran Khan and putting him in jail, he would run the government by remote control. But when the public comes to its senses, it removes the pajamas of the big warriors. The people of Pakistan have given a blow to their army and those who are trying to artificially maintain their democracy, which will be remembered for years. The mandate given this time by the Pakistani people, who are troubled by inflation, anarchy and all kinds of other problems, is going to surprise the world. No matter what the final election results of Pakistan are declared, one thing is clearly visible that while sitting in jail, Imran Khan has swung his bat in such a way that he has freed the Pakistan Army, Nawaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto and their parties. Are.
In fact, there is a lot of enthusiasm among the youth in Pakistan towards Imran Khan and the youth want that the country should not be run by familyists, corrupt people and people who have made their wealth in foreign countries, but the country should be run by those who can take Pakistan forward under an independent policy and fulfill the dreams of the youth. Can do. Pakistani youth feel that Imran Khan has the capacity to do this, that is why despite his being in jail, despite his party being virtually abolished, their candidates who stood as independent candidates on the instructions of Imran, have impressed the public. Due to which General Munir’s wishes seem to have come to naught. General Munir is not able to tolerate this, hence by making all kinds of excuses, efforts are being made to postpone the results of Pakistan elections or a conspiracy is being hatched to overturn them. Let us tell you that General Munir has not forgotten how Imran supporters had vandalized the offices of top generals of the Pakistani Army and the military headquarters of Rawalpindi. This was the first time in the history of Pakistan when people associated with the army were beaten. Not only this, this was also the first time in the history of Pakistan when a politician (Imran Khan) targeted army officers instead of political opponents in his meetings.
Angered by these words of Imran Khan, General Munir along with the army officers first planned to remove Imran from his post and put him in jail by accusing him of serious nature. According to the plan, when the time came, Imran Khan’s government was brought down and Shehbaz Sharif was made the Prime Minister, then Imran Khan was sent to jail and after that, the experienced leader Nawaz Sharif, who was facing self-exile, was called back and the entire ground was prepared to make him the Prime Minister. Went. Earlier, elections were postponed on some pretext or the other, but when it was seen that without an elected government, Pakistan would not get loans from foreign countries or international financial agencies, then finally elections were held. Elections were also conducted in such a way that a terrorist was contesting from some seats and a terrorist’s son was contesting from some seats. Bomb blasts were taking place in polling stations and rallies so that voters would hesitate to leave their homes and the army could declare the results as per their wish. When the Army became aware of the wave going on against Imran Khan in Pakistan, mobile internet services and mobile phone services were also stopped at many places so that no one could get any news from anywhere. But Pakistani Army forgot that when the people are united then no one can move.
On the other hand, according to the election results received so far, the big leaders who have won include former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his younger brother Shehbaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif’s son Hamza Shahzad and Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz. Apart from this, PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari and his son Bilawal have also been successful in winning their respective seats. This shows that the roots of dynastic politics in Pakistan are very deep. Although dozens of parties had contested the Pakistan elections, the main contest was between Imran Khan’s party ‘Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’ (PTI), three-time Prime Minister Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (N) and Bilawal Zardari Bhutto’s ‘Pakistan The People’s Party (PPP) was visible only among them. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan is in jail and is banned from contesting elections. The candidate from Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party was contesting as an independent candidate after the country’s Supreme Court had upheld the Election Commission’s decision to strip his party of its election symbol ‘cricket bat’ . The special thing is that the independent candidates supported by Imran Khan’s party have performed well not only in the national elections but also in the provincial elections.
Meanwhile, PTI leaders have even declared their victory even before the election results are declared and have also expressed the possibility of overturning the election results and rigging in the vote counting. The party, in a series of social media posts, said PTI candidates are now suddenly losing in various constituencies, even though they had already won (in these constituencies) with a clear majority. PTI has issued another statement asking Nawaz Sharif to accept his defeat. PTI wrote on ‘X’, “Nawaz Sharif, show some dignity, accept defeat.” The people of Pakistan will never accept you. This is a golden opportunity to gain credibility as a democratic leader. Daylight robbery will be widely rejected by Pakistan.” But on the other hand, Nawaz Sharif’s party PML-N rejected PTI’s claim of victory and claimed its victory. According to party leader Ishaq Dar, “Based on the data compiled by the election cell and the results already available in the public domain, the PMLN has emerged as the single largest political party in the National Assembly and the party with a clear majority in the Punjab Assembly.” He said “premature and biased speculations” should be avoided as the ECP is yet to officially announce all the results.
Let us tell you that out of 336 seats of the National Assembly, voting is held only on 266 seats. In Bajaur, voting on one seat was postponed after a candidate was killed in the attack. Therefore voting was conducted only on 265. Another 60 seats are reserved for women and 10 seats are reserved for minorities and these are allotted to the winning parties on the basis of proportional representation. To form a new government in Pakistan, any party will have to win 133 seats out of 265.
However, whatever be the election results in Pakistan, this will be the first time in the history of the country that such a large number of independent candidates will emerge victorious. It remains to be seen whether an elected independent leader becomes the new Prime Minister of Pakistan? Since it is clear that a government with absolute majority is not going to be formed in Pakistan, the question also arises whether the coalition government will be able to complete its term? The question also arises whether the possible new government supported by Imran Khan will be able to get Imran Khan out of jail? The question also arises whether the army will take the risk of forming a government supported by Imran Khan?