Pakistan General Elections: Polling for the 11th general election officially ends, results awaited

Published: 25th July 2018 06:12 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th July 2018 07:47 PM  

The General Elections in Pakistan was contested by Politicians, dynasts and internationally designated terrorists. After 70 years Pakistan public voted to elect the next Prime Minister of Pakistan. (Photo | PTI)
Criketer Turned Politician Imran Khan signs the register before voting. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan has been summoned by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on July 30 for breach of secrecy of the ballot. He is also contesting the elections and is the party's Prime Minsterial Candidate. (Photo | PTI)
Despite heavy security a suicide bombing took place in Quetta. The bomber didn't go inside and detonated himself outside the polling station targeting the police. (Photo | PTI)
Wanted International terrorist Hafiz Saeed is also contesting the election. An official applies ink on the Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief's finger. (Photo | PTI)
Hafiz Saeed casts vote. The Jamaat-ud-Dawa chief carries a USD 10 million bounty and is wanted for the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. (Photo | PTI)
Pakistani voters display their ID cards while waiting in the queue to cast their votes. (Photo | PTI)
People exercised their right to vote by using the ballot paper. The counting has begun and results are expected to be out by Thursday. (Photo | PTI)
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