Pakistan general elections 2018 frenzy has taken over all the strata of the society. Polling with all the zeal and enthusiasm is underway across the Pakistan. Not only masses but the sports personalities and showbiz and glam stars of the entertainment industry are also running high and motivating their fans and followers to vote for Pakistan. After casting their voters, celebrities took to social media to post their status after exercising their duty to cast their vote.
Many celebrities from the Pakistan television, fashion and music industries are headed to Toronto, Canada, for the 6th Hum Awards, which are scheduled to be held on July 28. Though, many aim to leave the country after casting their vote.
“ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” Today we hold the destiny of our country in our own hands. Being able to vote is a privilege and no matter who you vote for you should exercise your right to do so. We have a voice so let’s use it or we will have no right to complain over the next five years. Together let’s build a brighter future. PAKISTAN ZINDABAD ! 🇵🇰 #elections2018 #voteforpakistan #sabsepehlePakistan✌
P.s a sweet quick trip to my home town reminded me just how Beautiful Islamabad is.
looking forward to an even more beautiful Future ❤️🇵🇰🇵🇰 #NayaPakistan@ImranKhanPTI @PTIofficial pic.twitter.com/eGvZmqdBVQ
— MAWRA HOCANE (@MawraHocane) July 25, 2018
— Hamza Ali Abbasi (@iamhamzaabbasi) July 25, 2018
— Samina Peerzada (@SaminaSays) July 25, 2018
— Faysal Quraishi (@faysalquraishi) July 25, 2018
A 14 hour flight to get to THIS. pic.twitter.com/bGpaWUBnZN
— vasay chaudhry (@vasaych) July 25, 2018
— URWA HOCANE (@VJURWA) July 25, 2018
Voted. Pakistan Zindabad. If you haven’t already, please go out and cast your vote. Every vote matters. pic.twitter.com/VeC4Aioxx6
— Hassan Sheheryar (@HSYCOUTUREKING) July 25, 2018
— Juggun Kazim (@JuggunKazim) July 25, 2018
Today i am no one but a Pakistani…who is going out to make a difference… yes every single vote counts…. may Allah be with Pakistan… our future depends upon today’s vote… good luck pti ☺ pic.twitter.com/mmqBzW4EqF
— Rabi Pirzada (@Rabipirzada) July 25, 2018
I will be live on my facebook https://t.co/Ae9yEeydEF in 5 minutes. Come let’s enjoy the voting in rain.
— Ali Zafar (@AliZafarsays) July 25, 2018
My polling station for NA 247 and PS 111 was Hampton Grammar School in Clifton, Karachi. I was there by 8 am, the polling started at 8:15. It was minorly chaotic (as all starts in Pakistan are) but there were polling agents, supervisors, lots of rangers and a few of us early bird voters. It all went by relatively smoothly and felt pretty decently sorted out. I was out by 8:35. Remember to carry your silsila number and your block code on a separate sheet. You can’t register without these 2 pieces of information. To get this info. Message your ID card number to 8300. Vote intelligently and for those you believe can achieve desired results and are in line with your value system. Pakistan zindabad! 🇵🇰 (Now I’m going to catch some zzzzz’s 😴) . . . . . . #adnanmalik #elections #pakistanelections #voteforpakistan
— aijaz aslam (@aijazz7) July 25, 2018
As much as I want to be there tomorrow, it is unfortunate that I can not be. There was absolutely no way to delay my work commitment which was scheduled months in advance, I tried my best. And so with a heavy heart I will not be voting this year. I urge all of you to get out and vote!! May this year bring the change we all have been waiting to see. InshAllah. Pakistan zindabad!!! #nayapakistan🇵🇰
I just casted my voted..Did u? Step out of your comfort zone and show your support to not any particular party but your mother land. I was up whole night rethought of what I am going to do today, scrutinized, googled, researched , checked out stats, facts and figures to who to cast vote to. Please you also do the same and do not carried away by emotions or any other temporary incentives. We have to write fate of our country. “Go and cast your vote now”.. Pakistan needs us and every single vote matters.