Khan emerges victorious in Pakistan’s elections but will not lead the government

Imran Khan, the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, won a significant victory in the recent elections, with his party winning a majority of seats. However, this may not be enough to form a government coalition as Army Chief Syed Asim Munir has emphasized the need for Pakistan to break away from its current policy of anarchy and polarization.

Despite this setback, Imran Khan’s supporters have exceeded expectations and independent candidates supported by him won at least 99 seats. Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) obtained 71 seats, while Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is third with 53 seats.

Imran Khan released an AI-generated video claiming victory in the elections and congratulating all those who participated in the election. However, fifteen of the 266 seats up for grabs have yet to be filled, meaning that the three main blocs will have to negotiate alliances to form a government.

In light of this situation, all options remain open for the three main blocs to form alliances. Nawaz Sharif has invited other successful parties and candidates to work with his party despite Imran Khan’s party achieving unexpected success but being barred from appearing on the ballot papers as their candidates ran as independents. The smaller parties won 27 seats in total and could attract the attention of Imran Khan’s party in coming days.

Many believe that Imran Khan’s voters feel that their victory was stolen from them due to delays in counting and suspicions of manipulation caused by mobile phone and internet service closures by authorities during the election campaign. There were accusations of “pre-election fraud” and marginalization of popular Imran Khan who is currently serving a prison sentence and was not allowed to appear on the ballot papers. Protests took place in Peshawar on Friday expressing concerns about

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