ECP Reveals Voter Turnout for 2018 General Elections in Pakistan

After final compilation of results from all National and Provincial Assembly seats, Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) said that voter turnout for July 25 elections stood at 55.8%.

An additional director of the ECP said that there was 55.05 percent turnout in Punjab and 48.11 percent in Sindh. He said the ECP has received no complaints in writing regarding Form-45s. He also added that the returning officers are bound to recheck rejected votes.

According to official ECP results,

  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) won 114 seats in the National Assembly
  • The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) grabbed 63 seats,
  • Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) with 43 seats,
  • Independents – 14 seats.

Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal won 11 seats in the National Assembly followed by MQM-P 6, Pakistan Muslim League 5, two each by Balochistan National Party, Grand Democratic Alliance, and one each by Awami Muslim League, Awami National Party, Balochistan Awami Party, and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaniat.

In Punjab Assembly, the PML-N has won 127 seats followed by PTI with 123 and independents with 29 seats. Pakistan Muslim League has won 7 seats, PPP 6 and one each by Balochistan Awami Party, Pakistan Muslim League-Functional and Pakistan Awami Raj in the Punjab province.

In Sindh province, the PPP has won 74 seats followed by PTI with 22, MQM-P, 16, GDA, 11, two each by independents and Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan and one by MMA.

According to the ECP, the PTI has won 67 seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province followed by MMA with 10, ANP 6, independents 5, PML-N 5 and PPP 4 seats.

In Balochistan provincial assembly, BAP has emerged as the leading party with 14 seats followed by MMA 9, five each by independents and BNP, PTI 4, BNP-Awami 3, two each by Hazara Democratic Party and ANP, and one each by PML-N and Pukhtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party.

  • 55.8% voter turn out in Pakistani Elections. ok, this is now officially the best joke of the decade.

  • HOLY Uzaarseef !!!!! 55.8% ? are they sure they used the right percentile formula in Excel sheet there?…

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