Imran leads on six out of seven Pakistan National Assembly seats


ISLAMABAD: PTI chief Imran Khan was main on six out of the seven Nationwide Meeting seats he’s contesting after polling concluded on Sunday, as per unofficial outcomes, media reviews stated.

Outcomes proceed to pour in after the top of polling for by-elections on eight Nationwide Meeting seats and three Punjab Meeting seats amid reviews of sporadic violence and clashes throughout the nation, The News reported.

Based on unofficial outcomes acquired thus far, PTI was within the lead on six NA seats — Mardan, Charsadda, Karachi-Lorangi, Peshawar, Nankana Sahib and Faisalabad — whereas PPP was main in Karachi’s Malir and Multan.

In the meantime, Khan’s occasion was forward in two constituencies of the Punjab Meeting – Khanewal and Bahawalnagar – whereas PML-N was within the first place in Sheikupura.

The nation witnessed intense political exercise because the polling began at 8 am and continued peacefully in some constituencies, with sporadic clashes in others. Scores of candidates contested for the seats up for grabs throughout the nation.

Among the many contenders is former Prime Minister Khan who’s working for seven of the eight seats within the by-election.

The vote, he says, is a “referendum” on his recognition, The News reported.

Because the polling course of began, Khan requested the individuals in related constituencies to return out in massive numbers to vote.

“This is a referendum for Haqiqi Azadi from the cabal of crooks. We are contesting against all of PDM, the Election Commission and ‘namaloom afraad’,” Khan stated in a tweet.

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