Imran’s party has alleged unexpected delays and rigging in the counting of votes in Pakistan

There have been allegations of unexpected delays in the counting of votes in Pakistan’s general elections. Elections were held on Thursday but the results have not been released yet. Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is alleging election rigging due to the delay in vote counting.


PTI has alleged that the votes of the people of Pakistan are being stolen.


After months of delay due to political unrest, Pakistan’s much-anticipated general elections were held on Thursday. Voting ended yesterday. This election was held without Imran Khan and his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). However, the leaders of the party fought as independent candidates. So this year’s vote

Everyone is a bit more interested in the results than other times.


The people of the world are also eager to know what is going to happen to the fate of Pakistan.


However, even though more than 12 hours have passed since the end of polling, the counting has not yet been completed. The Election Commission of Pakistan said on Friday that it had “directed to ensure immediate declaration of results”.


However, there was no specific update on when exactly the counting of votes would end. In a pre-election announcement, they said the polling officials will report the results to the commission by 2 p.m

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However, many people are worried about the delay in counting the results. Imran’s party has already raised allegations of election rigging. According to the party, the delay in the declaration of results is a sign of vote rigging. The court disqualified Imran and his party before the elections. Therefore, PTI has to field a candidate as an independent in this election.


Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) prime ministerial candidate, said late on Thursday that the “preliminary results are very encouraging”. He is also annoyed by the delay in the results. He complained that social media X results are incredibly slow.


British media BBC reported that mobile phone service was suspended and violence in the country during Thursday’s election


Counting of votes is delayed due to unrest.


According to the BBC, unofficial results from the country’s TV channels indicate that Imran’s allies are ahead.


In this election, the number of registered voters in the country was 12.8 million. Almost half of them are under 35 years of age. More than 5,000 candidates contested for 266 out of 336 seats in the National Assembly. Among them, the number of women is only 313.


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