The Most Hilarious Memes & Social Media Reactions in General Elections 2018

With the polling day over and results coming out, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) looks in a strong position to form the next federal government.

There’s no doubting the fact that Pakistani youth made their voices heard in this election, either by using the power of their thumb or by expressing their views over social media. Be it fierce political contests between rival candidates, or the general mood of the voting public, one thing is for sure. This election season brought some great memes and social media reactions from Pakistanis online.


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Let’s have a look at some of funniest reactions by the Twitterati.

Where there’s Aamir Liaquat, there’s controversy. His candidacy has been a divisive one, with both his supporters and detractors having a lot of thoughts regarding his win:

For many voters, some incentives were too good to pass up on:

And then there are some tweets that haven’t aged well…. or have they?

Imran Khan won. And that’s all people know:

The wait for the election results was a huge story in itself. Just like the recently concluded Football World Cup:

There were some popular culture references thrown around as well:

We all need his confidence.

I put my thumb online. Did you?

The jokes keep coming in:

As do the prayers as well:

There was no shortage of cricketing terms thrown around on social media to describe the excitement of the day:

Did you vote?

The race for Biryani?

Today should have been off.

Trial by combat?

The ancient Qaim Ali Shah congratulates Imran Hashmi … wait, Khan.

After Sacred Games, here is the Game of Thrones.

Meanwhile, the N League supporters.

No comments.

Imran Khan is ready.

Not for marriage, of course.

Poor Farooq Sattar.

Disclaimer: These memes are intended for light-hearted purposes only and are not meant to hurt political parties or individuals.

Got some memes or reactions that we missed out on? Let us know in the comments below.

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