Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporters started celebrations across Pakistan as their party, according to unofficial and inconclusive results thus far, is emerging victorious in the general elections 2018. On the other hand, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has rejected the election results alleging ‘rigging’. Vote-counting began as soon as polling ended at 6 pm on July 25.Nearly 106 million registered voters were expected to cast their ballot- choosing representatives for the provincial and national assemblies. A total of 85,307 polling stations were set up across the country for the general elections.370,000 army personnel were deputed at polling stations to ensure security for the election, bolstered by an additional 450,000 police. Other than PPP, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), 122 political parties with religious, nationalist or ideological affiliations were contesting the 2018 elections.Unofficial, undeclared results (So far)11:31 PM: NA-245 Karachi: PTI‘s Aamir Liaquat wins NA-245 Karachi seat securing 56, 615 votes. MQMP’s Farooq Sattar stood runner-up with 35,247 votes.10:44 pm: NA-39 DI Khan: PTI’s Muhammad Yakoob Sheikh defeated MMA’s Fazlur Rahman. PTI’s. Yakoob Sheikh bagged 79150, while Fazlur Rahman could managed to get only 51920.8:12 pm: NA-200 Larkana: Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari triumphs in NA-200 Larkana secured 84,426 votes.8:25 pm: NA-213 Nawabshah: PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari wins NA-213 seat by securing 111,179 votes9:15 pm: NA-247 Karachi: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari lost Lyari’s seat to PTI’s Abdul Shakoor Shad7:46 pm: NA-253 Karachi: PSP Chairman Mustafa Kamal has been defeated, could only bag 12,000 votes.7:18 pm: NA-114 Jhang : PTI’s Mehboob Sultan triumphs NA-114 Jhang by securing 106,403 votes7:15 pm: NA-245 Karachi : PTI’s Aamir Liaquat Hussain dominates with 56615 votes while MQM-P former chief Farooq Sattar is second with 35247 votes4:06 pm: NA-21 Mardan 2: ANP’s Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has won by 78,911 votes while PTI’s Muhammad Atif is runner up with 78,876 votes.4:02 pm: NA-159 Multan 6: PTI’s Rana Muhammad Qasim Noon has won with 102,606 votes while PML-N’s Muhammad Zulqurnain Bukhari is runner up with 99,374 votes.3:44 pm: NA-131 Lahore 9: PTI chairman Imran Khan has emerged victorious with 84,313 votes and has defeated PML-N’s Khawaja Saad Rafique who bagged 83,633 votes.3:31 pm: NA-106 Faisalabad 6: PML-N’s Rana Sanaullah wins by 106,319 votes while his opponent Nisar Ahmed Jutt has lost with 103,799 votes.3:25pm: NA-208 Khairpur 1: PPP’s Nafeesa Shah Jillani has won with 99,747 votes while GDA’s candidate Syed Ghaus Ali is runner up and bagged 36,562 votes.3:22 pm: NA 38 Dera Ismail Khan 1: PTI’s Ali Mir Gandhapur wins with 80,236 votes against Fazl-ur Rehman who has 45,457 votes.3:18 pm: NA-231 Badin 2: GDA’s Fehmida Mirza has won with 96,875 votes while PPP’s Haji Rasool is runner up with 96,015 votes.3:13 pm: NA-136 Lahore 14: PML-N’s Malik Muhammad Afzal Khokhar has won with 71,909 votes while PTI’s Malik Asad Ali Khokhar has lost with 34,884 votes.2:59 pm: NA-249 Karachi 2: PTI’s Faisal Vawda wins with 35,344 votes while PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif has lost with 34,626 votes.2:32 pm: NA-160 Lodhran 1 : PML-N Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju is leading by 125,740 votes while PTI’s Muhammad Akhtar Kanju is lagging behind with 94,216 votes.2:56 pm: NA-125 Lahore : PML-N’s Waleed Alam Khan is leading with 122,327 votes while Yasmeen Rashid is lagging behind with 105,857 votes.2:22 pm: NA-129 Lahore 7: PML-N’s Ayaz Sadiq has won with 103,021 votes while PTI’s Aleem Khan is runner up with 94,879 votes.2:18 pm: NA-57 Rawalpindi 1: PTI’s Sadaqat Ali Abbasi has won with 97,104 votes while PML-N’s Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is runner up with 91,381 votes.2:01 pm: PP-168 Lahore 25: PML-N’s Khawaja Saad Rafique has won with 34,112 votes while PTI’s Muhammad Fayyaz Bhatti has lost with 14,904 votes.1:57 pm: NA-232 Thatta: PPP’s Shams un Nisa has won with 152,691 votes while PTI’s Arslan Bakhsh Brohi has lost with 18,900 votes.1:52 pm: PS-96 Karachi Korangi 5: MQM’s Ghulam Jillani has won with 19,863 votes while TLP’s Muhammad Abu Bakar has lost with 18,962 votes.1:49 pm: NA-225 Hyderabad 1: PPP’s Syed Hussain Tariq has won with 81,983 votes while PTI’s Khawand Bux Jaheji has lost with 50,968 votes.1:47 pm: NA-78 Narowal 2: PML-N’s Ahsan iqbal has emerged victorious with 126,385 votes while PTI’s Abrar ul Haq has lost with 66,934 votes.1:42 pm: PK-137 Abottabad 2: PML-N’s Sardar Aurangzeb has won with 20,726 votes.1:38 pm: PP-129 Jhang 6: PTI’s Mian Muhammad Asif has has won with 22,700 votes while Independent Madhu Lal Hussain is runner up with 19,200 votes.1:29 pm: NA-142 Okara 2: PML-N’s Chaudhry Riaz ul Haq Hajj has won with 147,333 votes while PTI’s Rao Hassan Sikandar has lost with 76,592 votes.1:19 pm: PP-178 Kasur 5: PML-N’s Shaikh Allah ud Deen has won with 37,320 votes while independent candidate Humble Sana Kareemi is the runner up with 28,693 votes.1:08 pm: NA-245 Karachi 4: PTI’s Amir Liaqat is leading with 21,605 votes while MQM’s Farooq Sattar is lagging behind with 12,010 votes.1:04 pm: PS-131 Karachi 8: PTI’s Muhammad Riaz Haider has won with 38,984 votes while MQM’s jamal Ahmed is runner up with 35,984 votes.1:01 pm: PK-31 Mansehra 2: PTI’s Babar Saleem Sawati has won with 26,758 votes while PML-N’s Zahoor Ahmed is runner up with 22.063 votes.12:57 pm: PK-51 Mardan 4: PTI’s Ameer Farzand Khan has won with 19,304 votes while ANP’s Himayat Ullah Mayar is runner up with 18,363 votes.12:50 pm: NA-58 Rawalpindi 2: PPP’s Raja Pervez Ashraf has won with 125,090 votes while PTI’s Chaudhry Muhammad Azeem is runner with 96,574 votes.12:46 pm: NA-22 Mardan 3: PTI’s Ali Muhammad Khan has won with 58,577 votes while MMA’s Maulana Muhammad Qasim has lost with 56,318 votes.12:42 pm: PK-85 Karak 1: PTI’s Fareed Khan Toofan has won with 31,474 votes while MMA’s Mian Nisar Gul is runen rup with 31,370 votes.12:21 pm: NA-192 Dera Ghazi Khan 4: PTI’s Muhammad Khan Leghari has won with 80,522 votes while PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif has lost with 67,608 votes.12:28 pm: PP-180 Kasur 7: PTI’s Sardar Muhammad Asif Nakai wins with 54,081 votes while PML-N’s Rana Hayat Khan is runner up with 46,170 votes.12:26 pm: PP-281 Layyah 2: PTI’s Shahab ud din Khan has emerged victorious with 33,141 votes while PML-N’s Mulk Abdul Shakoor is runen rup with 30,110 votes.12:24 pm: NA-138 Kasur 2: PML-N’s Rasheed Ahmed Khan has won with 87,510 votes while PTI’s Sardar Rashid Tufail is runner up with 49,947 votes.12:21 pm: NA-63 Rawalpindi 7: PTI’s Ghulam Sarwar Khan has won with 102,267 votes while Chaudhry Nisar is the runner up with 66,610 votes.12:05 pm: NA-190 Dera Ghazi Khan 2: PTI’s Zulfiqar Ali Khosa wins with 62,936 votes.11:57 am: NA-131 Lahore 9: PTI chairman has leads with 57,834 votes while PM-N’s Khawaja Saad Rafique lags behind and has bagged 43,632 votes.11:56 am: NA-216 Sanghar II: PPP’s Shazaia Marri wins with 82,667 votes while runner up GDA’s Kashan Chand bagged 70,135 votes.11:53 am: PP-6 Rawalpindi 1: PTI’s Muhammad Latasab Satti wins by 64,322 votes whil runner up PML-N’s Raja Ashfaq Sarwar bagged 56,622 votes.11:11 am: PS-13 Larkana 3: GDA’s Adil Altaf wins with 38,737 votes while runner up PPP’s Hizbullah Bughio bagged 38,773 votes.11:03 am: PS-72 Badin 3: GDA’s Hussain Ali Mirza wins with 43,111 votes while runner up PPP’s Syed Ali Bakhsh bagged 35,588 votes.11:00 am: PP-3 Attock III: PTI’s Major (retired) Tahir Sadiq wins with 62,337 votes while runner up PML-N’s Asif Ali Mulk bagged 31.076 votes.10:57 am: PP-160 Lahore 17: PTI’s Mian Mahmood ur Rasheed wins with 63,559 votes while runner up PML-N’s Syed Tauseef Hussain Shah bagged 50,571 votes.10:54 am: NA-158 Multan 5: PTI’s Muhammad Ibrahim Khan wins with 83,304 votes while runner up PPP’s Yousaf Raza Gillani bagged 74,403 votes.10:52 am: PP- 142 Lahore II: PML-N’s Ghazi Saleem Butt won by 47,344 votes while runner up PTI’s Mulk Muhammad Asif bagged 27,912 votes.10:48 am: NA-130 Lahore VIII: Shafqat Mahmood wins by 127,405 votes while runner up PML-N’s Khawaja Ahmed Hassan bagged 104,625 votes.10:44 am: NA-118 Nankana Sahib-II: PTI’s Aijaz Ahmed Shah wins with 63,987 votes.10:422 am: NA-64 Chakwal-I: PTI’s Zulfiqar Ali Khan leads by 155,214 votes.10:40 am: NA-188 Layyah-II: PTI’s Niaz Ahmed Jhakar leads by 103,305 votes.10:38 am: NA-131 Lahore 9: PTI chairman Imran Khan leads by 57,834 votes.10:34 am: NA-66 Jhelum I: PTI’s Chaudhry Farah Altaf leads by 112,356 votes.10:17 am: NA-40 Tribal Area-I: PTI’s Gul Dad Khan won by getting 34,616 votes while Independent candidate Sardar Khan secured 17,850 votes and stood runner-up10:15 am: NA-236 Malir-I: PPPP’s Jam Abdul Karim Bijar secured victory be bagging 66,623votes while PTI’s Masroor Ali got 26,456 votes and stood second10:10 am: NA-124 Lahore-II: PML-N’s Muhammad Hamza Shahbaz Sharif bagged victory with 146,294 votes while PTI’s Muhammad Nauman Qaiser stood second by securing 80,981 votes10:00 am: PK 14 Lower Dir: PTI’s Humayun Khan secured 17428 votes and stood first while PPPP’s Bakht Baidar stood runner-up with 14365 votes9: 48 am: PS 77 Thatta 1: PPPP’s Riaz Hussain Shah won by bagging 49348 votes while PTI’s Arslan Baksh Barohi stood runner-up with 6120 votes9: 43 am: PK 41 Haripur 2: PTI’s Arshad Ayyub Khan secured victory by bagging 39775 votes while PML-N’s Raja Faisal Zaman got 25774 votes and stood second9:36 am: PP 102 Faisalabad 6: PTI’s Adil Pervaiz bagged 26230 votes while PML-N’s Hayyat Khan stood runner with 21544 votes9:30 am: NA-123 Lahore-I: PML-N’s Muhammad Riaz won 97,193 and stood first while PTI’s Mehar Wajid Azeem stood second by bagging 72,535 votes.9:15 am: NA-231 Sujawal: PPPP’s Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sherazi bagged 129,980 votes, while MMA’s Molvi Muhammad Saleh Alahdad got 11,177 votes and stood second.8:50 am: NA-8 Malakand Protected Area: PTI’s Junaid Akbar lead with 81,310, while MMAP bagged 31,739 votes and stood runner-up.8:00 am: NA-224 Tando Allahyar : PPP’s Zulfiqar Bachani emerged victorious by bagging 80,230 votes, while GDA’s Mohammad Mohsin stood runner-up with 51,536 votes.7:50 am: NA-59, Rawalpindi Chaudhry Nisar behind PTI’s Ghulam Sarwar by 8,000 votes7:15 am: NA-106 Faisalabad PTI’s Farukh Habib leading the poll with 57,300 votes while PML-N’s Rana Sanaullah is second with 55,405 votes5: 46 am: NA-150 Khanewal Independent candidate Syed Fakhar Imam won polls by securing 82,595 votes. PTI’s Mohammad Raza Hayat Hiraj stood runner-up with 71,034 votes.5:45 am: NA-124 Lahore PML-N’s Hamza Shehbaz won election by bagging 139,443 votes while PTI candidate Nauman Qaisar stood runner-up with 69,251 votes.4:30 am: NA-54 Islamabad PTI’s Asad Umar has won NA-54 ISL seat by bagging 56945 votes4:10 am: NA-249 Karachi PTI’s Faisal Wavda leads the poll with 8,569 while PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif is trailing behind with 7547.3:50 am: NA-245 Karachi PTI’s Aamir Liaquat Hussain is leading the poll with 972 votes while MQM-P’s Farooq Sattar is trailing behind 566 votes3:39 am: NA-106 Faisalabad PTI’s Nisar Jatt leads the poll with 57,300 votes while PML-N’s Rana Sanaullah Khan is trailing behind with 55,405 votes.3: 20 am: NA-155 Multan PTI’s Amir Dogar got victory by attaining 88,567 votes. PML-N candidate Sheikh Mohammad Tariq Rasheed stood runner-up with 71,457 votes.3:15 am: PTI leader Murad Saeed has won NA-4 Swat seat with 21,385. PML-N 2:40 am: PTI bagged sixth seat in the National Assembly as Ali Khan Jadoon triumphs in NA-16 Abottabbad with 91770 votes. PML-N’s Mahabat Khan stood runner-up 57,995 votes.2:30 am: PTI bags fifth seat in the National Assembly as Omar Ayub triumphs in NA-17 Haripur by bagging 1,66,000 votes2:12 am: Independent candidate Jugnu Mohsin emerged victorious in PP-184 Okara with 45,260 votes.1:53 am: PTI Saleem Rehman triumphed NA-3 Swat seat by securing 61,000 votes. ANP’s Abdul Kalim Khan stood second with 15,000 votes.1:38 am: NA-131 Lahore Imran Khan is leading poll with 8,033 votes, while PML-N Saad Rafique is trailing behind 7,644 votes.1:35 am: PTI’s Jaffer Khan Leghari won NA-193 Rajanpur seat by bagging 87,915 votes. PML-N’s Sardar Sher Ali Khan Gurchani stood runner-up with 55,409 votes.1:30 am: PTI’s Sahibzada Sibghatullah got victory in NA-5 Upper Dir by securing 49,299 votes, while PPP’s Najmuddin Khan could manage to get only 28,736 votes.1:10 am: NA-53 Islamabad Imran Khan is leading poll with 50662 votes, while former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is second with 22660 votes12:30 am: NA-54 Islamabad PTI’s Asad Umar leads with 45, 562 votes, while PML-N candidate Anjum Aqeel trails behind with 18, 846 votes.11:59 pm: NA-164 Vehari NA-164 Vehari PTI candidate Tahir Iqbal is leading poll with 14909 votes, while PMLN’s Tehmina Daultana trailing behind with 9767 votes11:40 pm: NA-108 Faisalabad PTI’s Farukh Habib leads with 25761 votes, while PML-N’s Abid Sher Ali trailing behind with 24998 votes.11:35 pm: NA-247 Karachi PTI’s Arif Alvi leads with 40123 votes, while MQM-P’s Farooq Sattar could only bag 5021 votes so far.10:25 pm: PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi emerged victorious in NA-156 Multan by securing 93,497.10:15 pm: NA-156 Multan PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi leads by a convincing margin. He is first with 93,497 votes, while PML-N’s Amin Ansari is second with 73,529.9:55 pm NA-78 Narowal PML-N’s AhsanIqbal leads with 30,998 votes, while AbrarulHaq is second with 13,755 votes.9:13 pm: NA-244 Karachi PTI’s Ali Zaidi leads with 280 votes, while PML-N’s Miftah Ismail is second with 116 votes.9:00 pm: NA-162 Burewala PML-N’s Chaudhry Faqir Ahmad Arain is leading with 104 votes, while independent candidate Ayesha Nazir Jatt is second with 36 votes.8:59 pm: NA-189 DG Khan PTI’S Sheraz Mahmood leads with 4,830 votes, while Independent candidate Mir Badshah is second with 2,476 votes.8:54 pm: NA-35 Bannu MMA candidate Akram Khan Durrani leads with 3,836 votes, while PTI chairman Imran Khan is second with 3,285 votes.8:40 pm: NA-213 PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari leads with 501 votes, while GDA candidate Sardar Sher Rind is second with 215 votes.8:36 pm: NA-157 Multan PPP’s Ali Musa Gilani leads with 3447 votes, while PTI’s Zain Qureshi is second with 4308.8:35 pm: NA-67 JehlumPML-N’s Raja Matloob Mehdi leads with 1056 votes, while Fawad Chaudhry is second with 457 votes.8:25 pm: NA-106 Faisalabad PML-N’s Rana Sanaullah leads with 890 votes, while PTI’s Nisar Jutt is second with 494 vote8:23 pm: NA-125 Lahore PML-N’s Waheed Alam leads with 2426, while PTI’s Yasmeen Rashid is second with 794.8:20 pm: NA-131 Lahore PML-N candidate Khawaja Saad Rafique leads with 272, while PTI Chairman Imran Khan is second with 76 votes.8:15 pm: NA-200 Larkana Bilawal Bhutto Zardari leads with 420 votes, while MMA’s Rashid Soomro is second with 128.8:09 pm: NA-193 Rajanpur PTI’s Sardar Jafar Laghari leads with 4343 votes, while independent candidate Sher Ali Gorchani is second with 3836 votes.8:02 pm: NA-248 Karachi PPP’s Abdul Qadir Patel leads with 61 votes, while PTI’s Sardar Aziz is second with 50 votes.8:00 pm: NA-124 Lahore PML-N’s Hamza Shehbaz leads with 9545 votes, while PTI’s Nauman Qaisar is second with 5221 votes.7:58 pm: NA-115 Jhang PTI’s Ghulam Bibi Bhirwana leads polls with 71 votes, while independent candidate Mohammad Ahmed is second with 50 votes.7:50 pm: NA-125, Lahore PML-N’s Waheed Alam Khan leads with 2313 votes, while PTI candidate Yasmeen Rashid is second with 6737:45 pm: NA-8, Malakand PTI’s Junaid Akbar leads with 426 votes, while PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutoo Zardari is second with 210 votes. (result thus far)7:35 pm: PP 178, Kasur (Polling station 248 ) TLP candidate leads with 240 votes, followed by PTI with 140 votes.7:30 pm: NA-95, Mianwali According to unofficial and undeclared results from 1 polling station PML-N’s Ubaidullah leads with 55 votes, while Imran Khan PTI is second with 51.7:15 pm: NA-206 Sukkur, PPP’s Khursheed Shah leads with 627 votes , followed by PTI’s Tahir Hussain with 40 votes. Awami National Party (ANP) leader Ghulam Ahmad Bilour has admitted his defeat in Peshawar saying the election results show Imran Khan is Khyber PakhtunKhwa’s (KP) favourite personality.PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi congratulated Imran Khan over PTI’s performance in today’s poll saying ‘positve trends’ are being emerged in KP and Punjab.‘Election results rejected’President Shehbaz Sharif has expressed reservations over the election proceeding saying ‘public mandate has been dishounered’.PML-N leader Mushahid Hussain has termed it ‘dirtiest election in the history of Pakistan’.PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb claimed polling agents were taken out of stations and rigging took place.Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leaders have also voiced concerns over election proceedings in Karachi.MMA leader Fazlur Rehman has also rejected the election results saying ‘rigged elections’ are unacceptable. He has announced to call ‘all parties conference’ soon.ISPR thanks nation for the love received by Pak Army on polling dayThe Director General Inter services Public Relations (DGISPR) ,in his tweet, has thanked nation for the love received by Pakistan Army deployed on polling stations across the country.He tweeted,”Thank you fellow Pakistanis. World has seen your love & respect for Pak Armed Forces & LEAs today. U hv rejected all kinds of malicious propaganda. We are strong because we have your unflinching support. Our lives are dedicated to Pakistan and its People.”ECP decides not to extend polling timeThe Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) decided not to extend polling time.Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Farhatullah Babar asked for the voting period to be extended by 1 hour. Earlier today, PML-N had also asked the same but their requests were dismissed by (ECP).Asif Ali Zardari and daughters Bakhtawar, Asifa are all smiles after casting their votes in NawabshahFormer President Asif Ali Zardari and Caretaker PM Nasir-ul-Mulk cast their votesFormer President Asif Ali Zardari casted his vote in NA-213, NawabshahCurrent caretaker Prime Minister Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk also cast his vote is NA-3, Swat, in his hometown Mingora.Former President Asif Ali Zardari casts his vote in NA-213 NawabShahFormer President Asif Ali Zardari casts his vote in NA-213 NawabShahPosted by Daily Times on Wednesday, July 25, 2018COAS and wife cast votes in RawalpindiCOAS Qamar Javed Bajwa and wife casted their votes in Rawalpindi.On occassion, the army chief said: “We are target of inimical forces working against Pak. We’ve come a long way in our comprehensive national effort to fail them. We are united & steadfast to defeat them, and ‘TODAY’ through our ‘VOTES’. Please come out & vote undeterred.”COAS Qamar Bajwa and his wife cast votes at RawalpindiCOAS Qamar Bajwa and his wife cast votes at RawalpindiPosted by Daily Times on Wednesday, July 25, 2018ECP takes notice of Imran, Shehbaz media talks during pollingThe Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) in a bid to ensure discipline of its code of conduct took notice of media talks of Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif, and media talk of PML-N leader Khuwaja Asif after casting their votes in respective constituencies.Political leaders rush to polling stations on Election dayThe PML-N President cast his vote in Model Town, Lahore.Just cast my vote. High time that all of you came out to vote for Pakistan's progress and prosperity. May this election be a source of peace and stability for the nation! pic.twitter.com/uiUZYdo09j— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) July 25, 2018COAS casts his vote in RawalpindiChief of Army Staff Major General Qamar Javed Bajwa along with his wife casted vote in Islamabad.COAS & his Mrs cast vote at Rwp.“We are target of inimical forces working against Pak. We’ve come a long way in our comprehensive national effort to fail them. We are united & steadfast to defeat them, and ‘TODAY’ through our ‘VOTES’. Please come out & vote undeterred”, COAS. pic.twitter.com/J9DjRVNUAQ— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) July 25, 2018Imran Khan casts vote in IslamabadAfter casting his vote, while speaking to the media, he urged all citizens to go out and vote against the status quo of two parties and he urged all Pakistanis to vote not for Imran Khan but for Pakistan’s future as it is their responsibility.Bilawal casts vote in Larkana, says Pakistan won’t be intimidated by extremistsThe Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari casted his vote in Larkana.While speaking to the media, after casting his vote, he strongly condemned the terror attacks in Quetta and Larkana, and also reaffirmed his faith in his workers saying that Pakistan won’t be intimidated and will go out and vote.Chief Justice Saqib Nisar casts his vote in NA 130, LahoreThe Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar cast his vote in the NA 130 constituency in Lahore.After casting his vote, while speaking to the media, he said that the promise of holding election of July 25 has been fulfilled and he urged every Pakistani citizen to make use of their democratic right and cast their votes.Violent confrontations on polling day, one person deadIn Sawabi’s city Kernel, outside the polling station, workers with different political affiliations were engaged in a heated argument which eventually led to a violent confrontation and as a result of firing one person lost his life while four are reportedly seriously injured.Women cast vote for first time in Upper Dir, KPSources reported that queues of women could be seen in NA-5 and PK-12 constituencies and the district is witnessing the sight for the first time in Pakistani history.Three injured after an explosion in Larkana’s NA-200At least three people were injured in an explosion outside the polling station Larkana’s NA-200 constituency.According to reports, the blast targeted a PPP camp near Shah Muhammad School.31 killed, several injured in Quetta blastExplosion in Quetta has left 31 people dead and several others injured outside a polling station near Eastern Bypass in Quetta on Wednesday.According to rescue sources, the explosion occurred near a police vehicle on routine patrolling.Polling halted at Sanghar’s polling station after seven injured in clash between PPP and GDA workersAt least seven people were said to be injured after clashes between two rival political groups at a women polling station in Sanghar Khipro area. Following clashes polling was halted at the polling station.Polling stopped temporarily in NA-123 LahoreAfter clash between Pakistan Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) workers, the polling process has been stopped temporarily in Lahore’s NA-123.Riaz Malik of PML-N and Meher Wajid of PTI are contesting election from NA-1237 arrested in Karachi on account of rigging7 people including a woman have been arrested from the NA 239 constituency in Karachi on account of rigging.They allegedly had copies of a fake form 45. Further inquiry is underway.Polling agent injured in Sanghar’s women polling stationThe incident occurred inside the polling station number 66 at Ismail Rajar Girls Primary School. The polling station is in the constituencies of NA-215 and PS-41.Polling at Sanghar’s Tando Mitha Khan area had been halted after a polling agent and 4 other people were injured following a clash between two rival political groups inside a women polling station. The polling has now resumed.