The JUI-F headed by Maulana Fazlur Rehman is convincingly leading in 20 constituencies while the PTI has a clear edge in the race for 15 seats. The ANP clinched eight seats of the Tehsil chairmen. Besides, eleven independents also returned.
Pakistan is in deep trouble politically these days as one of the most popular and honest Prime Ministers of Pakistan, Imran Khan, is left with no choice as all the opposition parties have ganged up against him.
"We are announcing we are all resigning," Shah Mahmood Qureshi, former foreign minister and vice president of Khan's party, said in a speech in the assembly ahead of the vote to elect a new prime minister.
He maintained that it is a battle for the future of our nation and urged the people to come out of their homes to rewrite the history of Pakistan. In view of the rush on the streets, he urged citizens to leave early so that they can reach their destination on time.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that foreign powers were involved in the conspiracy to send his government packing through a no-confidence motion tabled by the opposition parties.
Lashing out at the coalition government over lodging a terrorism case against him, Imran Khan said that Pakistan has become a laughing stock all over the world and headlines are published in international media.
The former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader and Memeber National Assembly said in a message on social media networking site Twitter, “After a while will release my last statement regarding the filthy fiasco from the land of Pakistan and then leave forever.”
Imaan Mazarai said "male police have beaten and taken my mother away and I have been told that anti corruption wing of Lahore has arrested her.” Footage on local Geo TV showed female police officers detaining Mazari.
In a major boost, PTI's candidate Mahmood Moulvi having secured 29,475 votes against the MQM-P nominee Moid Anwar, who bagged 16,282 votes.