Pakistan Election Results 2018 LIVE Updates: PML-N decides against boycotting Parliament; Nawaz Sharif says poll outcomes ‘tainted’

Pakistan Election Results 2018 LIVE Updates: PML-N decides against boycotting Parliament; Nawaz Sharif says poll outcomes ‘tainted’: Well, in few weeks Pakistan will get its new government to power and this is going to end a decade of an unprecedented reign of elected governments in Pakistan. The country is expecting something better this time as you all may know that they all are facing an issue with their previous government. The elections will have a bearing not just on future of terrorism, economy, and democracy in Pakistan, but on its neighbors and we are expecting that things are going to be good for India.

Pakistan elections ‘stolen’ and results ‘tainted’, says Nawaz Sharif

In his first reaction over the general election results, Pakistan’s jailed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has alleged that the polls had been “stolen” and warned that the “tainted and dubious” results would cast a “bad impact” on the country’s politics.
Talking to visitors in Adiala jail on Thursday, the incarcerated leader of the PML-N, expressed his reservations over the election results in Faisalabad, Lahore and Rawalpindi, the Dawn reported. A number of party leaders, who visited the jail, quoted Sharif as saying that the Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf had been “made victorious” in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa despite its previous government’s bad performance in the province. – PTI

Pakistan general elections: US supports fair, transparent polls scheduled for July 2018

Even though fighting terrorism isn’t looking the main agenda of any party.  Still, we are expecting that Pakistan will go to the polls on July 25 and the results are expected to be announced within a couple of days of polling. Now, we are expecting that a 342-member House, 172 is the halfway mark broaching which makes a political party the single largest and qualifies it to stake claim to form the government by itself.

Now, suppose if no one comes out with overwhelming numbers then a coalition of smaller parties, which are likely to be more extremist in their views, could behave more unpredictably and aggressively towards India. The last time Pakistan voted in general polls, Nawaz Sharif-led PML-N fell short of six seats but formed government comfortably by securing the support of 19 independent MLAs.

Now, Nawaz Sharif has been barred from holding an elected office or a position in a political party. India is expecting something big and a Supreme Court ruling in light of the ongoing investigations in the Panama-papers disproportionate assets case; he is still very much the face of the party and has been campaigning for it. Some reports are coming that Pakistan is working way too hard with their initial problems.