Imran Khan will be Pakistan’s new ‘captain’, Learn how many common elections in Pakistan and how long the coup was

Imran Khan will be Pakistan's new 'captain', Learn how many common elections in Pakistan and how long the coup was

In Pakistan’s general elections, the Pakistan-Tehrik-e-Insaf party has become the biggest party by the cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan’s party.

In Pakistan’s general elections, the Pakistan-Tehrik-e-Insaf party has become the biggest party by the cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan’s party. According to media reports, the official results released by Pakistan Election Commission have become clear that Imran Khan’s party has won the elections, but it will need to have the coalition to form a government. This general election of Pakistan has been special in many ways from all the previous general elections. In this election, former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has suffered a major setback because it was expected that Nawaz Sharif’s party would get sympathetic votes after coming to London from London. This did not happen and PML-N got 63 seats so far. According to the counting till now, after the final results were released by the Pakistan Election Commission, PTI has won 110 out of 251 seats. At the same time, PML-N has 63 seats and Bilawal Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has 39 seats. Let us know that there are a total of 272 seats in the National Assembly. Reports say that counting is still going on in 20 seats.

The excuse for this election is a chance today to understand and understand the history of Pakistan, in which power struggle has continued between the democratic government and the army during the coup efforts. In Pakistan, there were democratically elected governments, and the army has once again coughed it and put the command of power in its own hands. Indeed, in Pakistan, elections have been held 13 times from 1954 to 2018. That is, the Pakistan general election is the 13th election.

When did the coupon overturn:

The year 1958
Commander-in-chief Ayub Khan removed the President of Pakistan, Major General Iskander Mirza from office. Ayub Khan imposed a martial law and took over the country’s throne
Captured.

The year 1977
Pakistani army chief Gen Zia-ul-Haq plunged the government of Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto into a coup General Jia-ul-Haq became a dictator.

The year 1999
This year again there was a coup in Pakistan. This is the case when Nawaz Sharif was then a PM. General Pervez Musharraf arrested Nawaz Sharif and his ministers and captured power.

Elections held in Pakistan till now:

First General Election 1954: Indirect elections were held at this time.
Second General Elections 1962: Non-party base indirect elections were held at this time.
Third General Election 1970: Awami League emerged as a big party
Fourth General Election 1977: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)
5th General Election 1985: Pakistan Muslim League (PML)
6th General Election 1988: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)
7th General Election 1990: Islamic Jamhouri Ittehaad (IJI)
8th General Election 1993: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)
9th general election 1997: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN)
10th General Election 2002: Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid (PMLQ)
11th General Election 2008: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)
12th General Elections 2013: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN)
13th General Election 2018: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI)

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