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Imran Khan wave in Pakistan election, Terrorist Hafiz’s party will beat.

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Islamabad In the trends and results of Pakistan’s general elections so far, former cricketer Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) seems almost certain to come to power. The magical figure of reaching the PM’s chair in Pakistan is 137 seats. Nawaz Sharif’s party, at the forefront with the rise and victory in the 113 seats, defeating the Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N). It is believed that Imran can become the next Prime Minister of Pakistan with the help of independents.

In these elections, Pakistani Audience has expressed confidence in Imran in the hope of change, while rejecting fundamentalist Islamic parties at the same time. The address was cleared in the election of Allah hu Akbar Tehrik (AAT) who supported the mastermind of the Mumbai attack terrorist Hafiz Saeed. Hafiz’s party has not yet got a single seat.

At the same time, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has got an increase of 64 seats in the trends so far. After this, the PPP is ahead in 43 seats.

According to the trends and outcomes of ‘Dawn News’ in the counting for 272 seats, one candidate from AAT is not following any parliamentary seat. AAT had fielded its candidates in 50 parliamentary seats. Hafiz had more than 200 candidates in the parliamentary and provincial elections. Hafiz contested under the banner of AAT after his political unit Milli Muslim League got no approval from the Election Commission.

Apart from this, Tehrik Labbak Pakistan (TLP) which has been running Islamabad last year is also not seen anywhere in the outcome. This party was contesting by raising the issue of protection of the blasphemy law and it was formed in year 2015 itself. The party had raised 152 candidates. If the trends of so far change in the results, then AAT and TLP will not win a single seat in 272 seats.

10-seat MMA will be kingmaker?
Mutahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) coalition is going on in 9 seats in Pakistan, which includes radical, Islamic, religious and right-wing parties of Pakistan. This coalition had fielded its candidates in 173 constituencies, but at present it is difficult to win 10 seats.

However, by winning only 9 seats this party can become Kingmaker. If Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) does not get majority, then he can take MMA together. Pursuant to 113 seats on Thursday afternoon. But the majority needed 137 seats. In spite of being the biggest party, Imran Khan will depend on these small parties.