From the PPP and PML-N to the MMA, most major political parties are crying foul over the vote count process in the July 25 general election.
Even the PTI, which has emerged as the largest political party at the centre and in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, is alleging rigging in some constituencies.
So what exactly are the allegations?
PML-N calls NA249 Karachi's vote count process into question, alleging that Shahbaz Sharif's votes were somehow transferred to PTI's Faisal Vawda. Vawda has been declared the winner in this constituency.
The RO in NA-131 has accepted Saad Rafique's request for a recount.
Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has submitted a complaint against the returning officer for rejecting his request to recount votes in NA-57, Murree.
PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry told Dawn.com his party's their main contention is Sialkot's NA73 in which PML-N's Khawaja Asif has been declared a winner.
Reports of recounting in NA73 are not confirmed.
PTI's Aleem Khan's request for a recount in NA129 (which was won by PML-N's Ayaz Sadiq) has also been accepted by the RO.
The Pakistan Peoples Party has raised questions about vote count a few constituencies.
PPP also said PTI’s winning candidate in Jhang NA114 was overturned after the party demanded a closer inspection:
MMA won in NA5 but only after a re-examination. Earlier, PTI was said to be winning by a margin of 8,000 votes.