Pakistan Elections 2018 Polls Update : Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on August 14 - Every Corner A Story

Pakistan Elections 2018 Polls Update : Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on August 14

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: PAKISTAN’S voters are preparing to cast their ballot on Wednesday in what is expected to be a fierce battle between former cricket star Imran Khan’s PTI and ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N. 

11 August, 12:42pm: Imran Khan to take oath as Pakistan PM on 14th August, the Independence Day of Pakistan. 

11:00 pm: Imran Khan to be the Prime Minister of Pakistan  

6:03 pm: Imran Khan's PTI still short of the majority mark of 137 and may have to look for allies among smaller parties and the independents. 

3:47 pm: Imran Khan beats former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi from Islamabad

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7:00 pm: Imran Khan was sent a notice by the Election Commission of Pakistan today after he was captured on video casting his vote. 

1:00 pm: According to reports 28 people have been killed and 40 injured in a suicide bomb blast near a polling station in Quetta.

11:56 am: Several people have been injured in a blast near eastern bypass in Balochistan's Quetta, says Pakistan's media: news agency ANI|

10:23 am: Pakistan Election 2018 - Counting Of Votes And Result: The results will be out within 24 hours, claims NDTV.
9:30 am: Polling yet to begin in Lahore's NA-128 polling stations as the staff is yet to reach the venue, reported Dawn.

9:00 am: Imran Khan takes a lead from Nawaz Sharif

4:10 am: Poll begins in Pakistan. Voters come out to seek vote for their favorite leaders around 85000 voting booths.
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4:00 am: PML-N and PPP predicted to form the coalition government. 


Pakistan Elections : PML(N) and PPP predicted to form 'The Coalition Government'

Every country should conduct its own reforms, should develop its own model, taking into account the experience of other countries, whether close neighbors or far away countries. We must love our neighbors as we love ourselves. I believe "Leadership is any country is not about the next election, it's about the next generation".


The PML- N’s manifesto has always been for the development in all sectors of Pakistan be it infrastructure, healthcare/medical, education and so on. They’ve got the country’s best highways/motorways in Punjab. Up to date and rigorous school curriculum, you could tell that by looking at the percentages of Federal toppers or Passers of Civil Services Exams; most of them are always from Punjab.

PTI headed by Cricket World Cup Winner Imran Khan formed the government in the Khyber- Pakhtunkhwa province but has failed terribly in delivering the promises. Its manifesto is based on criticism to other ruling parties and their heads.

PPP headed by Asif Zardari and his son Bilawal is almost a gone case. The province which they have been ruling for decades is still deprived of the basic civic facilities such as proper roads and clean drinking water. Their manifesto has been the same for more than three decades: food, cloth, shelter. What would you expect from them when they don’t really have the intentions to modify their manifesto according to the needs of it sir people.


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