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A small kid is holding his supported party flag as his senior is hanging it on a wall.
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Posters are hanging in different markets of Peshawar.
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Supporters of different parties carried boards in their vehicles for their election campaign.
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Some supporters wrote their candidates’ names and also draw their allotted election signs on their home walls.
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Different streets of Peshawar are full of flags.
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One young boy showing support towards their favorite party by wearing their cap.
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Big posters are hanging on candidates' offices as well.
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Some public transport vehicles are also carrying their favorite party flag.
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In this election campaign, even small kids are participating & holding posters of their favorite candidates.
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Party supporters are wearing their caps and doing campaign by going shop-to-shop to convince people for vote.
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One independent candidate is holding their cards to distribute them among small kids.
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These small rakshaws are common public transport in Peshawar carrying political parties’ banners.
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The way when you just pass over Peshawar motorway Interchange, billboards are hanging for election campaign from different political parties.
Updated 04 July 2018

Elections colors of Peshawar

Elections colors of Peshawar

General elections in Pakistan are scheduled to be held on 25 July, 2018. Elections campaigns are running all around Pakistan. 

Peshawar is the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (KP) of Pakistan, and candidate’s of different political parties are running their campaigns in their area, beside the street and door to door campaigns. Candidates will contest election for National Assembly and Provincial Assembly of Pakistan. 

Major parties in Peshawar are Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan Muslim League-N, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI), Awami National Party (ANP) Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan (JI) and some candidates are contesting election independently.