Following Pakistan's parliamentary elections, Khan's supporters and other parties block highways in protest of the results amid allegations of vote-rigging.

Pakistan's caretaker Prime Minister defended the delays in announcing election results, attributing it to the challenges of counting over 60 million votes within 36 hours amidst militant attacks. Regardless, Khan's party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, won the majority of seats without formal association due to his expulsion over criminal convictions. With the Pakistan Muslim League-N and PPP trailing, talks of forming a coalition government are underway. The elections were marred by mobile shutdowns, security concerns, and protests against alleged vote-rigging, leading to the detainment of several protestors.