The game-changer day has finally arrived in Pakistan which will decide the coming times of the country. As the voting fever gripped across the country, not only civilians but also illustrious celebrities are taking to social media sites to post their inked-thumbs’ pictures, depicting the fulfillment of their national duty, and also encouraged their fans and followers to step out of their houses and cast their votes for the sake of the country’s future.
Let’s peek through their stills, shared on different social sites.
— Samina Peerzada (@SaminaSays) July 25, 2018
— Bakhtawar B-Zardari (@BakhtawarBZ) July 25, 2018
Both Hocane sisters also shared their inked-thumb pictures
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
The famous fashion designer known as Maria B. took to Instagram and criticized the state of her polling station overflowing with sewage water but asserted, ” it could not stop me from casting votes.”
The Famous Singer Hamza Malik not only cast his vote but also egg on his fans to go out of their houses and cast vote.
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
While some of prominent personalities faced backlash from the audience for flocking to Canada for the rehearsal of Awards ahead of election and not fulfilling their national duty of Pakistan. Leading actress Mahira Khan is one of them. Although, she clarified via Instagram that she regret not being in Pakistan and ‘tried her best’ to come.
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🇵🇰