Tomorrow’s general election, many cricketers ahead of Imran Khan’s support in the survey – Pakistan
Islamabad: On the 25th, that is to be held in Pakistan tomorrow, for which direct voting will be done in 272 seats in the lower house of the country’s parliament. In the country, 10 million 59 million 55 thousand 407 registered voters will vote for this election and try to give the 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.
One of the three parties will win
On the one hand, where Nawaz Sharif’s party, which runs 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.
With this in addition to the provincial elections, there will be a vote across the country. Of the 272 seats in the lower house, a total of 70 seats fall in the reserve category, of which 60 women and 10 belong to minorities. Punjab is the largest province in the neighboring country, after which Sindh is number one. Apart from these, the main role of provinces like Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan is considered. Let us know that Pakistan-occupied Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan have got autonomy and due to this there will not be elections.