Pakistan Election Result 2024: No party has got majority in Pakistan general elections 2024. Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) have agreed to form a coalition government at the Center and Punjab province. According to Geo News report, PML-N’s Shehbaz Sharif met PPP’s Bilawal Bhutto and former President Asif Ali Zardari and invited them to work together for Pakistan. After which an agreement has been reached to form a coalition government between the Center and Punjab.
On the other hand, independent candidates of jailed former Prime Minister Imran Khan have performed strongly. After a long crackdown on Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the Election Commission had banned him from contesting elections. After which PTI candidates could not contest elections on their party’s symbol “Balla”. Despite this, Imran’s independent candidates are ahead of other parties.
Meanwhile, PTI leaders also accused Pakistan Army of rigging the election results after a long delay as the army-backed party PML-N declared victory as the party with the largest number of seats without winning more seats.
Big things about Pakistan election result 2024
-Former Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan both declared victory.
-The Free and Fair Election Network, a non-profit election watchdog, said about 100 of the winning candidates were independents, with all but eight of them supported by Imran Khan’s PTI party.
-Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N got 71 seats, while Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto’s son Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s party PPP got 53 seats.
-Amid allegations of rigging, Pakistan Army Chief Asim Munir congratulated the country for the “successful conduct” of national elections and said the country needed “steady hands” to move beyond the politics of “chaos and polarization”. Is.
-In a statement issued by the Army’s media wing, the Army Chief said, “The Pakistan Army Chief wishes that these elections should bring political and economic stability and prove to be the harbinger of peace and prosperity for our beloved Pakistan.”
-The United States, Britain and the European Union on Friday expressed concern about Pakistan’s electoral process and urged an investigation into alleged irregularities.
-British Foreign Secretary David Cameron cited “serious concerns” over “the lack of fairness and inclusivity of the elections”.
-On Friday, Nawaz Sharif said that PML-N has emerged as the largest party and will talk to other groups to form a coalition government.
-Jailed Imran Khan issued an audio-visual message created by artificial intelligence, instead of being read by its lawyers, as is usually the case. In a message on social media platform X, he also rejected Sharif’s claim of victory and called on his supporters to celebrate.