The PTI has emerged as the largest political party in the parliament after the Election Commission of Pakistan released the final election results on Saturday evening.
According to the ECP, the PTI has become the largest political party in national assembly with 115 seats, while the PML-N managed to secure 64 seats in the lower house.
The PPP won 43 seats, MMA 12 and MQM-P won 6 seats.
The Q-League and BAP have both won 4 seats respectively, while 13 independents were also elected as MNAs.
The PML-N is still the largest party in Punjab assembly with 129 seats, while the PTI has won 123 seats. 28 independents were also elected as MPAs.
The Q-League has also won 7 and the PPP secured 6 seats in Punjab.
In Sindh, the PPP has retained its majority with 76 seats, while the PTI has emerged as the second largest political party with 23 MPAs.
The MQM-P has won 16 seats in Sindh and the GDA secured 11 seats.
In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the PTI has won 66 seats and is in comfortable position to form the government. The MMA won 6, PML-N 5 and PPP won 4 seats in the province.
Five independent candidates will also sit in the KP assembly, the final results said.
In Balochistan, the BAP is the leading political party with 15 seats and MMA won 9 seats.
Six candidates of BNP-M have also been elected as the MPA, while five independent candidates also won their seats.