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Imran Khan can’t win election if institutions remain neutral: Bilawal Bhutto

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As polls repeatedly show, combined PDM has more support than PTI.
Combined PDM has more seats not support. Here is the difference. If all PDM parties go in elections together as single party list, voters will simply not come out for them as this alliance has no ideological support among the masses.

If this trend should continue, then Imran will find it very difficult to keep his party together after loosing next election.
Imran Khan lost elections for 22 years before he became PM and yet his party didn't break

Like MWM, Sunni Ittehad and Sherani group all tanga parties.
So you want PTI to make allies with PML Q, BAP, MQM P that ditched Imran Khan for Showbaz Sharif in crucial NCM vote? Or you want PTI to make allies with PMLN and PPP, its arch rivals? 🤣🤣🤣
 

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I do not expect anything less from PTI supporters. But if polls are to be taken seriously, then PTI does not have the necessary simple majority in vote share to afford this hardline position.
In Pakistan you need to get only 45 percent of total vote in election to achieve super majority in the assembly. Election system is really that stupid
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If Imran Khan had won 2018 elections outright without any help from establishment, then I would not doubt his prowess.
He never "won" elections Indian Patwari. He only got the most seats compared with other parties. And since he had the most seats, smaller parties joined him in govt as is the case in all democracies after elections. What's army has to do anything here? If army wanted Imran Khan's PTI in power, they could at least engineer a simple majority for that poor fellow back in 2018?
Army was still the clear winner of that election as with a simple nod in 2022, these smaller parties (who answer to army establishment) that were allied with PTI since 2018 suddenly switched sides to PDM's imported govt alliance
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He never "won" elections Indian Patwari. He only got the most seats compared with other parties. And since he had the most seats, smaller parties joined him in govt as is the case in all democracies after elections. What's army has to do anything here? If army wanted Imran Khan's PTI in power, they could at least engineer a simple majority for that poor fellow back in 2018?
Army was still the clear winner of that election as with a simple nod in 2022, these smaller parties (who answer to army establishment) that were allied with PTI since 2018 suddenly switched sides to PDM's imported govt alliance
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Let's see what happens after next year's election. PDM has time to fix economy and then dole out subsidies for the last six months :cheers:
 

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He may not have won without their help in 2018, but the latest polls show his party in the lead. Yet to be seen whether this is a verified trend, but if accurate, his party could be the largest if an election is held tomorrow.

I know these politicians have no choice but to promote their narrative, but the facts are always different.
Nope.ballets will be stuffed by army

Combined PDM has more seats not support. Here is the difference. If all PDM parties go in elections together as single party list, voters will simply not come out for them as this alliance has no ideological support among the masses.


Imran Khan lost elections for 22 years before he became PM and yet his party didn't break


So you want PTI to make allies with PML Q, BAP, MQM P that ditched Imran Khan for Showbaz Sharif in crucial NCM vote? Or you want PTI to make allies with PMLN and PPP, its arch rivals? 🤣🤣🤣
You dont need voters as long as their is danda

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FM Bhutto and institutional constitutional crisis is something the country couldn't survive as per history.
 

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