The Times Of Liberland

Headlines

Pakistan’s General Elections 2024: Final Results Annoucement

Pakistan's General Elections 2024: Final Results Annoucement

General Elections: PTI-backed independent candidates won 19, PML-N 8 and PP 6 National Assembly seats. PTI-backed independent candidate Shandana Gulzar from NA-30 Peshawar and Nafeesa Shah of PP from NA-202 were declared successful.

After polling in the general elections in the country, the results continue to come and so far the unofficial and inconclusive results of only a few constituencies of the National Assembly have come out.

The polling process for the general elections continued from 8 am to 5 pm and crores of people exercised their right to vote.

In Gujranwala, Chakwal and Sadiqabad in Punjab, 10 people were injured during a fight between the workers of different political parties, while two people were injured in a fight between the workers of two political parties in Lakki Marwat area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. 3 people were injured during

Apart from this, mobile phone and internet services remained closed in the country due to which candidates and voters faced difficulties.

The results keep coming
After the polling in the general elections in the country, the results continue to come.

According to the unofficial and inconclusive results of the National Assembly so far, independent candidates supported by PTI have won 5 seats, Muslim League (N) 5 seats and People’s Party 2 seats.

1: NA 55: According to the unofficial results of all 311 polling stations in NA-55 Rawalpindi, Malik Abrar Ahmed of PML-N won with 78542 votes. PTI-backed independent candidate Muhammad Basharat Raja came second with 67,101 votes.

2: NA 58 Chakwal won by PML-N. According to the unofficial and inconclusive results of all 459 polling stations of NA-58 Chakwal, PML-N Major (retd) Tahir Iqbal won with 115974 votes. PTI-backed independent candidate K Ayaz Ameer secured 102,537 votes.

PML-N President and former Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif won the National Assembly seat from Lahore.

3: According to the unofficial and unofficial result of NA 123, Shahbaz Sharif was declared successful by getting 63953 votes while PTI supported independent candidate Afzal Azim Pahat is second with 48486 votes.

4: According to the unofficial unofficial results of all 301 polling stations of NA-167 Bahawalpur 4, Muhammad Usman Owaisi of PML-N won by securing 78970 votes.

Independent candidate Malik Amir Yar Waren was second with 42500 votes.

5: According to the unofficial unofficial result of all 370 polling stations of NA-135 Okara 1, Nadeem Abbas Rabira of PML-N won by getting 107862 votes.

Independent candidate Malik Muhammad Akram Bhatti was second with 90443 votes.

1: According to the full unofficial and inconclusive results of all 309 polling stations of NA-3 Swat, PTI-backed independent candidate Saleem Rehman was declared successful with 81411 votes, while PML-N’s Wajid Ali Khan came second with 27861 votes. stay on

2: PTI-backed independent candidate Muhammad Nawaz Khan won by securing 24686 votes in all 278 polling stations of NA-13 Bitgram. Rah Haq Party’s Atta Muhammad was second with 18130 votes.

3: According to the unofficial unofficial results of all 324 polling stations of NA-17 Abbottabad2, independent candidate Ali Khan Jadoon won with 97177 votes. Muslim League-N’s Mohabbat Khan Awan came second with 44522 votes.

4: According to the unofficial and unofficial results of 267 out of 267 polling stations in NA-30 Peshawar, independent candidate Shandana Gulzar Khan supported by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf was declared successful. Shandana Gulzar won with 78,971 votes while Nasir Khan of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam came second with 20,950 votes.

5: According to the unofficial unofficial results of NA 121 Lahore, PTI-backed independent candidate Waseem Qadir was declared successful with 78803 votes. Muslim League-N’s Rohail Asghar was second with 70597 votes.

1: Nafisa Shah of PPP won from NA 202 Khairpur 1. According to the incomplete unofficial results of all 305 polling stations, Nafeesa Shah was declared successful with 121756 votes while Syed Ghos Ali Shah of Grand Democratic Alliance came second with 26745 votes.

2: PPP’s Zulfiqar Bachani won by 115000 votes in NA-217 Tando Ullahyar in all 331 polling stations in the unofficial and unofficial results.

Grand Democratic Alliance’s Raheela Mugsi came second with 69,900 votes.

3: According to the unofficial and unofficial results of all 365 polling stations of NA 199 Ghotki 2, Ali Gohar Meher of People’s Party won by getting 154832 votes.

Abdul Qayyum of JUIF came second with 40,204 votes.

#Constituency #PakistanElection2024 #ElectionResults #NASeats #PPSeats #PKSeats #PBSeats #PSSeats

Share

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *