PTI to form government
PPP accepts results but alleged rigging
PML-N rejects the results
Emerging as the largest political party in the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, the PTI will form the government in the valley
According to the unofficial results of the AJK Election Commission so far, the PTI has won 25 of the 45 seats, PPP won 11 seats and PML-N secured six seats.
The Jammu & Kashmir People’s Party (JKPP) and the All Jammu &Kashmir Muslim Conference (AJKMC) have also won one seat each.
The results LA-16 Bagh which have been withheld, according to AJK Election Commission.
Ballot papers were lost in a clash at two polling stations in the constituency, said Secratry AJK Election Commission Mr Khan. He said polling could not be held at two more polling stations due to the dispute.
Apparently, Pakistan Peoples Party is happy on its victory, however has alleged rigging in the elections.
Bilawal Bhutto alleges violations of rules
Taking to Twitter, Bilawal Bhutto claimed the election commission had failed to take action against the PTI for violating electoral rules.
“Despite this, PPP emerged as the largest opposition party in AJK with 11 seats, up from 3 seats last time. Incredibly proud of PPPAJK for putting up a good fight,” the PPP leader tweeted while sharing the list of the party’s winning candidates.
Maryam Nawaz rejects results
Meanwhile, PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz tweeted that she has not accepted the results and will never accept them. “I did not accept the 2018 results either or acknowledge this fake government,” she added.
“What response we will come up with for this shameless rigging, is a matter that the party will decide soon, InshaAllah.”