Pakistan Poll Results: Were Pakistan's election results rigged? ECP was able to release results after three days

The results of the general elections in Pakistan surprised all the political parties. On Monday, ECP released the complete election results data. 

Pakistan's election commission releases party positions of controversial polls after 3 days

The results of the general elections held on February 8 in Pakistan surprised political parties across the country. No party could touch the majority figures in these general elections. On Monday, the Election Commission of Pakistan released the full results after three days. In which information about the position of all political parties in the national and provincial assemblies was given. It is noteworthy that due to the unusual delay in the announcement of results in Pakistan, there have been allegations of rigging in vote counting.

Let us have a look at the election situation.

Voting took place in 854 national and provincial assembly constituencies. According to preliminary results, 348 independent candidates won from these seats. The special thing is that all the independent candidates had the support of Imran Khan's party PTI. Among the political parties, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz emerged as the largest party by winning 227 seats. After that Pakistan Peoples Party stood second with 160 seats. Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) stood third with 45 seats. 

National Assembly results:

Independent candidates won 101 seats in the National Assembly. PML-N led by former PM Nawaz Sharif got 75 seats and PPP got 54, MQM-P got 17 seats. Among other parties, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam got four seats. PML-Quaid won three seats and Istehkaam-e-Pakistan Party and Balochistan National Party won two seats each. It is noteworthy that to form the government in Pakistan, any party will have to win 133 out of 265 seats in the National Assembly. 

How many votes were cast in the elections?

About 6,05,08,212 votes were cast across the country in the 2024 general elections held on 265 seats of the National Assembly. 87,23,226 people cast their votes for 44 National Assembly seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the turnout was 81 percent. In Islamabad, 5,87,170 votes were cast for three National Assembly seats and the turnout was 54.2 percent. In Punjab, 3,71,04,469 votes were cast for 139 National Assembly seats and the voting percentage was 51.6 percent. Whereas in Balochistan, 23,02,522 votes were cast for 16 seats of National Assembly. The voting percentage was 42.9 percent.

Next Post Previous Post
No Comment
Add Comment
comment url