PMLN and PPP Wipe Out PTI in LG Elections

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Once again people have proven Pakistani anchors and channels wrong and have gone for the established political parties instead of PTI in the local bodies elections in Sindh and Punjab provinces. Huge turnout of voters opted for PPP in Sindh and PMLN in Punjab. Even during the polling, anchors like Kashif Abbasi, Mubasher Lucman, Hamid Mir, Dunya, SAMAA, and ARY were busy in projecting and promoting Imran Khan and his party as usual while belittling other leaders and parties. And as usual, the results of the elections were totally against what they claimed. People simply didn’t listen to them.
 
PMLN and PPP Wipe Out PTI in LG Elections
 
You can imagine the scale of these elections by the fact that 25 million citizens exercised their right to elect LG representatives in 12 districts of Punjab and eight of Sindh. And that was only first phase of these LG polls. Elections in Punjab were held in Lahore, Faisal­abad, Nankana Sahib, Gujrat, Bhakkar, Chakwal, Kasur, Pakpattan, Okara, Vehari, Lodhran and Bahawalnager. According to unofficial results so far, PMLN has bagged 90% of the seats in Punjab, whereas PPP has bagged 98%. PTI has managed to obtain only handful of dozen percent hardly sparingly throughout the two provinces. PAT, PML-Q, and other small time fries are not even seen. PTI lost elections even in home street of Imran Khan in Zaman Park, whereas Jamat e Islami lost in their stronghold Mansoora. Once again it proves that 2013 elections were free and fair and true manifestation of the writ of the people.
 
Blog post Written by Ali Yar Khan and you can visit the original article at http://www.pkhope.com/
Tags : PMLN, PPP, Wipe, Out, PTI, LG, Elections, Politics, Leaders, Government, Sindh, Punjab, Anchors, Media, Imran Khan, Polls, Voters, People, Fan, Pakistan

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