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Pakistan election: Imran Khan won, How will the government create?

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Islamabad, Counting of votes in the general elections held on 25th July has been completed and officially Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf emerged as the largest party. However, the situation had already become clear and Imran Khan was considered to be the next prime minister, but the question is how far away from the majority, how can finally be the government? According to the Election Commission, PTI has won the 115 seats of Parliament but these seats will be reduced to 109. Let’s tell you, where is the trap of the formation of the government finally trapped?

According to ‘Dawn News’, the Pakistan Election Commission announced a formal declaration on Saturday that PTI has won 115 seats and they need 22 more MPs to reach the magical figure. Apart from this, PML-N has secured 64 seats and PPP has 43 seats.

But the real pain is
Indeed, now the PTI leaders who can contest and win elections from more than one seat can remain in only one seat. PTI chairman Imran Khan himself had contested from 5 seats and he has won all these, which means he will have to leave the remaining 4 seats.

Apart from this, PTI leader Ghulam Sarwar Khan has also won two National Assembly seats defeating former Home Minister Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan. They also have to vacate a seat. Former Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Parvez Khattak won the elections from both the Parliament and Assembly seats. If PTI Parvez decides to hand over Khattak to the Chief Minister’s post, he will have to leave the National Assembly seat. This means that the seats available to PTI will be reduced to 109.

Imran is dependent on small parties
After all the assessment, the PTI leadership has now decided to contact the small parties and independents. PTI had already declared that it would not be able to get the hands of PPP and PML-N to form the government.

Imran will make such a government
According to sources, former Secretary General of the Jail Jahangir Tirthan has started contacting the Independents and Mutahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P), who has 6 seats. Apart from this, 13 Independents also have won the National Assembly seats.

According to sources, Imran Khan himself has approached Mumtaz Bhutto for the alliance with the Grand Democratic Alliance. PML-Q has won 4 seats, but two seats in the name of former Punjab Chief Minister Parvez Elahi, that is, the PTI will get only the support of 3 PML-Q members. Apart from this, PTI is also likely to meet the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), which has 4 seats.

If PTI gets the support of GDA, MQM-P, PML-Q and Awami Muslim League, then it will have 122 seats, but despite this, it will be 15 seats away from the magical figure. This number is more than the number of independents who win the National Assembly seats.

Balochistan National Party-Mengal (BNP-M), Jamhuri Watan Party, Awami National Party and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insasani, winning 3 seats in the National Assembly seats winning 3 seats. Given the current situation, it can be said that it is very difficult for Imran Khan to make a government in Pakistan.