General Elections 2018 Vote count: PTI defeated PML N in Punjab
LAHORE - PTI’s vote bank for the Punjab Assembly more than doubled. It is leading in the Punjab Assembly and its candidates secured 11.1 million votes against PMLN securing 10.5 million votes.
PTI had secured 4.9 million votes in 2013. PML-N secured 10.5 million votes from Punjab this time against 11.36 million in 2013 and 5.5 million votes in 2008.
Independent candidates secured 6.1 million votes, TLP 1.8 million, PPP 1.7 million, MMA 440,000, PML-Q 390,000 votes.
Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek, a shadow party, on whose tickets candidates backed by Hafiz Saeed’s Milli Muslim League contested polls after MML was denied registration by the ECP, secured 230,000 votes for Punjab Assembly. Pakistan Rah-e-Haq party, another shadow party, on whose ticket candidates of the banned ASWJ and former Sipahe Sahaba contested, could secure just 4188 votes for the provincial legislature.
Rah-e-Haq candidates for the National Assembly secured 55,184 votes while Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek’s candidates for NA bagged 171,587 votes.