Waseem Qadir, supported by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), has clinched victory in Lahore’s NA-121 constituency. According to a report by The Express Tribune, Qadir emerged triumphant with 78,703 votes, securing a decisive lead over his closest rival, Sheikh Rohail Asgher of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), who garnered 70,597 votes.
The outcome of the NA-121 constituency race underscores the continued influence of PTI in Lahore, a key electoral battleground in Pakistani politics. With Qadir’s victory, PTI strengthens its foothold in the city, consolidating its position as a formidable political force in one of Pakistan’s most populous and influential regions.
The electoral contest in NA-121 was closely watched by political observers, given its significance as a barometer of public sentiment and political dynamics in Lahore. Qadir’s successful campaign and ultimate victory highlight PTI’s continued resonance among voters and its ability to mobilize support across diverse segments of the population.
As the dust settles on this electoral showdown, attention now shifts to the broader implications of Qadir’s win for PTI’s national strategy and the party’s prospects in the wider context of Pakistan’s political landscape. With the 2024 general election unfolding amid heightened tensions and keen competition among major political players, Qadir’s victory in NA-121 serves as a testament to PTI’s enduring appeal and organizational strength.
As Pakistan awaits the culmination of its electoral process and the unveiling of final results, Qadir’s triumph in Lahore’s NA-121 constituency stands as a milestone in PTI’s electoral journey, signaling the party’s continued relevance and influence in shaping the country’s political future.