Islamabad: (Staff Report): Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan on Thursday announced to hold a consultation meeting at Bani Gala for formation of new government.
According to sources, the PTI chief has called party leaders from all over the country for to discuss the future planning.
The party leaders will also discuss communication with independent candidates who have won in the polls with regards to establishing government in Punjab.
Reservations expressed by opposition over election results will also be discussed during the meeting.
Earlier, PTI’s spokesperson Naeemul in a twitter message announced that Imran Khan will address the nation today at 2pm.
Imran Khan’s party seems all set to form the next government in the country. As per unofficial and unconfirmed results, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is leading in as much as 112 seats for the National Assembly.
In Punjab, the PTI is currently leading the race with 109 provincial seats and PML-N has got 102 seats.
PTI is clearly steering ahead in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa with 56 seats against Awami National Party (ANP), which currently has 5 seats, as per the latest results.
General elections were held across the country on July 25.
Over 12,570 candidates are in the run for seats of National and four provincial assemblies.
Against the National Assembly's seats, about 3,675 candidates were in the electoral race whereas about 8,895 for the provincial legislatures of all four provinces.
According to the data shared by the ECP, 1,696 candidates are vying for the National Assembly's constituencies from Punjab and 4,242 for the provincial legislature.
From Sindh, 872 were contesting for the National Assembly seats and 2,382 for the provincial assembly.
Total contesting candidates for the National Assembly from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa are 760 and 1,264 for the provincial assembly.
For Baluchistan’s National Assembly seats, there were a total of 303 candidates and 1,007 for its provincial assembly seats.
In Islamabad, 76 candidates are in the race for three seats of National Assembly.
According to the electoral rolls, 105.96 million voters were eligible to cast the vote.