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PML-N’s Mushahid concedes Punjab changed hands politically altering Pakistani politics direction

By News Desk

February 10, 2024 06:37 PM


Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader Mushahid Hussain Sayed Saturday concede that Punjab for 3rd time in 50 years, Punjab, which has ‘make-or-break’ impact in the numbers game of electoral power, has changed hands politically, fundamentally altering the dynamics and direction of Pakistani politics.

His views came after the Election 2024 results via social media platform X.

Terming the elections Pakistan’s most consequential since 1970 with a huge political significance, he noted that People still retain hope, faith and optimism in power of Vote to affect Change, which is good for democracy, as they came out voluntarily in droves to vote for Party of their choice, ensuring its victory.

https://twitter.com/Mushahid/status/1756253079698072011

“Using adversity to advantage, a Party whose name was banned from ballot paper + guided by a leader from jail, won largest number of popular votes by successfully campaigning digitally on social media, as they were denied conventional campaigning,” he wrote.

“For 3rd time in 50 years, Punjab, which has ‘make-or-break’ impact in the numbers game of electoral power, has changed hands politically, fundamentally altering the dynamics & direction of Pakistani politics!” concluded Mushahid.

 

 


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