According to reports, some eateries in Pakistan have come up with exciting offers to encourage people to go out and vote. Reports say eateries are offering heavy discounts as well as free food for people who cast their votes tomorrow. Among eateries offering discounts and free food are Burger in Law, Superfeet, Republic by Omar Farooq and others.

Pakistan pre-poll surveys have predicted a fierce fight between Imran Khan's PTI and Nawaz Sharif's PML-N. PPP's Bilawal Bhutto is also hoping to be the Prime Minister of Pakistan.

Who will be the next Prime Minister of Pakistan? Here's a look at the top three candidates pitted to be the next Pak PM. Voting for Pakistan elections will take place between 8 am and 6 pm tomorrow.

The Pakistan Met Department has predicted rainfall in the north-west part of the country on polling day. Polling is likely to be affected due to rains.

Surveys in Pakistan have predicted a possible victory for Imran Khan's PTI. According to surveys, PML-N and PTI may have a close fight while PPP is seen to be a distant third. 

Voting for General Elections 2018 will begin at 8 am Pakistan time tomorrow.

The Pakistan Election Commission has urged people to come out and vote in large numbers on July 25 to ensure free and fair elections.

In Poonch, passengers of cross-Line of Control bus service from Pakistan say, "We hope that the government brought to power in Pakistan after July 25 elections will extend a hand of friendship to India so that killing of people on both sides of the border stops."

Pakistan government tweets, "Deployment of troops is completed across the country to conduct free, fair & transparent Elections 2018. According to ISPR, coordination with other Law Enforcement Agencies & local administration is being made for ensuring a safe and secure environment."

Baloch activists have urged people in Balochistan to boycott Pakistan General Elections to be held on July 25. Naela Quadri Baloch, President of World Baloch Women’s Forum, says, 'our free & sovereign country was occupied by Pakistan & Pakistan is violating all International laws'.

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Islamabad, July 24: Voting for Pakistan General Elections 2018 is set to take place tomorrow, July 25. Voting will take place for 272 National Assembly Seats as well as 577 general seats of four provincial assemblies - Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), over 3,400 candidates will contest on National Assembly seats while 8,400 are in the running for 577 provincial seats. Know where your vote is registered.

The National Assembly is a democratically elected body comprising a total of 342 members, of which 272 are directly elected, 60 seats are reserved for women and 10 for religious minorities.

This election, it's a fierce battle between jailed former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif's PML-N and cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan's PTI.

The PTI needs at least 110 National Assembly (NA) seats across Pakistan to make a formidable coalition government. Close to 140 seats are required for a party to form the government.

"It is easy to predict that PTI is leading in the southern part of Punjab which has 46 NA seats but there is a close fight between PTI and PML-N in central and north parts that will determine the fate of both the parties," said political analyst Dr Syed Farooq Hasnat as quoted by PTI.

PML-N central information secretary Senator Mushahidullah Khan said that those thinking that PML-N can be routed in Punjab are living in a fool's paradise.

"See any latest survey or on ground realities in Punjab we are in a position to repeat the result of 2013 – sweeping Punjab," he said, adding that Sharif's narrative – give respect to the ballot – has made the people believe that they have to stand up against those forces which show no respect to their vote and throw out an elected prime minister.