Though not simple majority, PTI gathers enough seats to form coalition govt at Centre

Published: July 27, 2018
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PHOTO: AFP

PHOTO: AFP

Official election results continued to trickle in on Friday as the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) emerged as the strongest party in the centre.

The Express Tribune continues to report election results according to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).

National party position

PartySeats
PTI115
PPPP43
PML-N64
PML4
MQM-P6
MMAP13
IND13
Others12

Punjab Assembly:

The neck and neck competition between the PTI and former ruling party PML-N can be seen in the charts below. Both parties eye a majority in the country’s largest province with 279 provincial seats.

PartySeats
PML-N129
PTI123
IND30
PML7
PPP6

Sindh Assembly:

The PPP is clearly leading in Sindh with the PTI trailing close behind. GDA and MQM-P managed to bag a few seats in what is being seen as a lacklustre performance by the parties. Two provincial seats went to new right-wing entrants TLP.

PartySeats
GDA11
MMAP1
MQM-P16
PPP76
PTI23
TLP2

Balochistan Assembly:

BAP, formed on March 29, 2018, is winning a majority in the provincial assembly with traces of PML-N and other provincial parties.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly:

The province voted in its second consecutive PTI government as the party swept the provincial assembly.

 

 

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  • Hashim Baber
    Jul 27, 2018 - 9:14PM

    I was a candidate for PK66 on the QWP ticket and witnessed brazen rigging at the time of counting. My agents were refused polling results on the prescribed form by the presiding officers. In the female polling stations my female agents were virtually thrown out. I am collecting evidence to give it to my party.Recommend

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