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The voters of Pakistan will try to give their country a third permanent government. For a majority in Pakistan, one party has to get 137 seats out of the general seats. In the election survey, the cricketer Imran Khan’s party has an edge. According to SDPI and Herald Magazine, in the survey, the Pakistan Insaaf Party has an edge over the ruling Muslim League and this edge has about 4 percent of the votes. On the one hand, where Nawaz Sharif’s party, which ruled on this country, is on the credibility of ‘Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N)’, while the first to complete the historic five-year term between 2008 and 2013 The People’s Party (PPP) is hoping to return. Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is emerging as the strongest contender for the fast-emerging between these two parties. They also get the support of many cricketers.
Pakistan Election 2018 LIVE Updates
11:00 PM IST- Prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz at the second spot followed by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s Pakistan Peoples Party.
10:50 PM IST- Former Pakistan PM and PML-N leader Shahid Khakon Abbasi National Assembly is running behind the BJP’s membership of the PTI from Abbasi.
1:00 PM IST- Balochistan: 28 killed, several injured in blast in Quetta’s NA-260 constituency during voting. Casualties feared to rise.
12:45 PM IST- This blast occurred around 11 o’clock in the National Assembly 260. This blast happened near a police van, which was routinely patrolling the area. Three policemen were also involved in the death. While the news of the death of two children is also reported. Those injured in the blast have been admitted to the hospital.
12:35 PM IST- Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority has made it clear that news related to Pakistan’s elections should not broadcast Pakistan’s private channels.
12:25 PM IST- Daughters of Benazir Bhutto- Bakhtawar and Aseefa after casting their vote in Sindh’s Nawabshah.
12:15 PM IST- Pakistan Muslim League -Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif urged the voters ‘not to waste time’ and cast their votes for a better future of Pakistan
11:55 AM IST- Many injured in Quetta blast in Balochistan during the election
Strongly condemn the explosive attack in #Larkana at #PPP camp ! Four PPP workers have been injured, praying for no casualties. Where are the authorities ?!! Where is law enforcement?! Where is the ECP ?!
— Aseefa B Zardari (@AseefaBZ) July 25, 2018
11:45 AM IST- Benazir Bhutto’s daughter cast her vote, post’s selfie on her twitter account
— Bakhtawar B-Zardari (@BakhtawarBZ) July 25, 2018
11:30 AM IST- Muslim League Party leader Shahbaz Sharif cast her vote
11:15 AM IST- In order to conduct elections in a peaceful, independent and fair manner, the Commission has deployed about 16 lakh employees in polling booths. For security, 4,49,465 policemen and 3,70,000 army personnel of the army have been deployed.
11:00 AM IST- There are a total of 342 seats in Pakistan’s National Assembly. Of these 272 seats are directly elected whereas 60 seats for women and 10 seats are reserved for religious minorities. These are indirect elections later. However, any party will need 172 seats to form the government.