Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Tuesday claimed that his party would clinch two-third majority in the general elections to be held Wednesday.

Talking to media, he said that PTI was most popular political party among the masses, adding that now, the PTI was a political reality in the country.

Qureshi said that after winning the general election, the PTI Chief Imran Khan would decide about making alliance with any political party.

He expressed the hope that general elections would be held in free, fair and transparent manner.

The PTI leader said that the people of Sindh were looking towards PTI and Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) but not focusing on Pakistan People's Party (PPP).

“Both PTI and GDA would work for the welfare and progress of the province,” he added.

“PPP was completely wiped out from Punjab areas,” the PTI leader said adding that PPP had not nominated its candidates on 104 constituencies of the Punjab.