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PTI gained few seats in GB regardless of ‘rigging’: Maryam

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Maryam says PTI’s ‘defeat’ is a telling signal of what the long run has in retailer. Photo: FilePML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz on Monday claimed that the PTI gained just a few seats in Gilgit Baltistan’s election through ‘rigging’, ‘bullying’, and with the assistance of turncoats.Taking to Twitter, Maryam stated PTI failing to achieve a transparent majority within the northern area is a “shameful defeat” for the incumbent authorities. “This defeat is a telling sign of what the future has in store.”Maryam stated the ruling celebration was unable to safe a majority regardless of utilizing state equipment and with the assistance of turncoats, including that the folks of Gilgit Baltistan haven’t any confidence within the PTI.Her sentiments had been echoed by former premier Shahid Khaqan Abbas who stated the federal authorities had “stripped GB of its powers”.Likening the GB polls to 2018 common elections, the PML-N chief stated Sunday’s election was rigged.PTI leads GB pollsThe Imran Khan-led PTI is rising as the one largest celebration within the hotly contested polls in Gilgit Baltistan. According to unofficial and unconfirmed outcomes, the ruling celebration grabbed 9 seats whereas the Bilawal Bhutto Zardari-led PPP got here second with three victories. Meanwhile, the PML-N, the JUI-F, and the MWM have gained one every whereas unbiased candidates secured six.As many as 330 candidates, together with 4 ladies, had been vying for 23 common seats within the third legislative meeting of the northern area.Citizens, carrying facemasks and observing social distancing, lined up outdoors polling stations within the bitter chilly throughout the area, with many citizens braving heavy snowfall.More than 15,000 safety personnel from GB, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, and Balochistan had been deployed at polling stations.

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