Sunday, June 27, 2010

PP-160 Election Results and Future Predictions

After disqualification of PML-N MPA from PP-160 Lahore, by elections in this constituency held on 24th July and the results of this Elections came again in favor of PML-N as PML-N candidate Saif UlMalook managed to Bag 27,798 votes and PTI candidate Malik Zaheer Khokar remained runner up with 19,432 votes surprising the analysts and showing a great support and existence of PTI in the region. PTI which was previously considered just a Fan Group instead of a party, has now emerged as the third major force in the country under the dynamic leadership of Imran Khan who is very vocal and straight in his talks in order to expose the real faces of PPP, PML-N and MQM leaders. It's to be noted that Jamat-e-Islami candidate Malik Jahangir Hussain Bara got 7,957 votes and if there was an alliance of PTI and Jamat-e-Islami, the things could have been more against PML-N and the ball could go in favor of PTI. Jamat-e-Islami performed very poor not only in this election but also in the recent by polls in NA-123 where a prominent leader of JI Hafiz Salman Butt was badly defeated and there too, PTI got second slot after PML-N. Although the seat has gone in the PML-N hands but from this election results, one can understand that now PML-N is not going to have an easy match in the coming elections and PTI is going to have an eye to eye contest at least in the Punjab level. Majority of youth and educated people of Pakistan is now hoping some good from Imran Khan and they are fed up of the hypo critic politics of PML-N, PML-Q and PPP. It's important to mention here that PTI has brought this into notice of Election commission that a massive rigging has been done in PP-160 by PML-N workers and political leadership and Government machinery has been heavily used. Even at several polling stations, PML-N had the polling agents who are serving Government employees. Also about 14000 Bogus votes of PML-N have been reported. Below is a video in which PTI information secretary Omar Sarfaraz Cheema talks about the election results:

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