Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N’s PML (N) candidate is expected to contest election against Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI).


Former cricketer has become a politician and has considered Khan as a favorite choice for Prime Minister of Pakistan.

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For 20 years, Khan has been dismissed in the election, but a survey against 27% of his party Sharif is growing by 30 per cent.

However, in another survey, another survey by Nawaz Sharif has increased by 26 percent compared to 25% for Nawaz Sharif’s movement.

The PPP is hopeful that PTI will lose land in Punjab Province, where more than 272 polling stations are present.

Many PML-N candidates have changed their loyalty before elections, or join or join the Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI).

In Sindh province, PPP wants to hold its rural base, but the provincial capital and the country’s largest city will be an interesting boy for 21 seats in Karachi.

According to selection, Pakistan’s economy is in crisis, it has increased by 20 percent and it is possible to eradicate international financial funds from 2013 due to lack of foreign exchange reserves.

If neither the party has won a clear majority, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari could be a key player for the support of Pakistan Peoples Party.

He is the son of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto twice, who was assassinated in 2007.

If the PPP wins more than the majority, it is expected as soon as the PPP is emerging as the Alliance ruler.

Khan said: “If we have to unite with both the main parties, then it means that we can not take any important reforms.

So, I am surprised that the government is also able to comply with one of these two parties. ”

This selection will look for 272 general seats of National Assembly and 577 general seats of four provincial assemblies – Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan’s occupation.

An additional 10 seats are reserved for minorities and for 60 women, based on the ratio of 272 general seats.

There are 577 general seats in the provincial assembly, while 151 seats are reserved for minorities and women.

In order to get the majority, the party needs 137 out of 272 selected National Assembly seats.

On 8th of the morning on 25th July, voting will start at 85 pm at 6 pm.

The initial results will begin at 8:00 and the country will have a good idea about overall results.

More than 105 million eligible voters can vote for two seats in their constituencies: for a National Assembly (Deputy Parliamentary House) and their Provincial Assembly (which runs its provincial government).