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Complete results: PML-N sweeps by-elections as PTI-SIC remains empty-handed in Punjab

By News Desk

April 21, 2024 06:37 PM


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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) led the way in the by-elections as the ruling party in Punjab and its allies swept the polls in the province both on national and provincial assembly seats, reported 24NewsHD TV channel Sunday.

PML-N won both national assembly seats from Lahore and Kasur while PPP won the NA seat from Sindh's Qambar Shadadkot. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-backed Sunni Ittehad Council failed to win anything from Punjab but won one national assembly seat from KPK while the other seat went to an independent candidate.

PML-N along with IPP and PML-Q won 11 seats from the Punjab assembly while PPP won one seat from Rahim Yar Khan. PML-N also won one provincial assembly seat from Balochistan.

SIC won one KP assembly seat while the second went to the independent candidate. In Balochistan, the BNP was victorious on one seat while the result from Qila Abdullah was still to come.  

In a major blow to PTI, its president and SIC's candidate Parvez Ealhi faced a humiliating defeat at the hands of his nephew and PML-Q's Musa Elahi who won by taking 71357 from Gujrat against Ch Parvez 37106 votes while his son Moonis Elahi also lost the election in Lahore.

Here are the results updates for each constituency:

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

NA-8 Bajaur: Results of 366 out of 366 polling stations

Independent candidate Mubarak Zeb won with 72913 votes.

SIC’s Gul Zafar Khan was second with 46847 votes.

NA-44 Dera Ismail Khan-I: Results of 358 out of 358 polling stations

SIC’s Faisal Amin Khan won with 56995 votes.

PPP’s Abdul Rasheed Khan Kundi was second with 9533 votes.

NA 119 Lahore-III: Results of 338 out of 338 polling stations

PML-N’s Ali Parvaiz Malik won with 61086 votes.

SIC’s Mian Shahzad Farooq was second with 34196 votes.

NA-132 Kasur: Results of 342 out of 342 polling stations

PML-N’s Malik Rasheed Ahmad Khan won with 146849 votes.

SIC’s Sardar Muhammad Hussain Dogar was second with 90980 votes

NA-196 Qambar Shahdadkot: Results of 303 out of 303 polling stations

PPP’s Khurshid Ahmed Junejo won with 91581 votes.

TLP’s Muhammad Ali was second with 2763 votes

 

PUNJAB ASSEMBLY

PP-22 Chakwal-Cum-Talagang: Results of 215 out of 215 polling stations

PML-N's Falak Sher won with 58845 votes.

SIC's Hakeem Nisar Ahmed was second with 49970 votes.

PP-32 Gujrat-VI: Results of 168 out of 168 polling stations

PML-Q's Musa Elahi won with 71357 votes.

SIC's Parvez Ealhi was second with 37106 votes.

PP-36 Wazirabad-II: Results of 185 out of 185 polling stations

PML-N's Adnan Afzal Chattha won with 74779 votes.

SIC's Fayyaz Chattha is second with 58682 votes.

PP-54 Narowal-I: Results of 155 out of 155 polling stations

PML-N's Ahmad Iqbal Ch won with 60351 votes.

SIC's Awais Qasim was second with 46686 votes.

PP-93 Bhakkar-V: Results of 155 out of 155 polling stations

PML-N’s Saeed Akbar Khan won with 63024 votes.

Independent Candidate M Afzal Khan Dhandla was second with 59123 votes.

PP-139 Sheikhupura-IV: Results of 123 out of 123 polling stations

PML-N’s Rana Afzal Hussain won with 46585 votes.

SIC’s Ijaz Hussain Bhatti is second with 29833 votes.

PP-147 Lahore-Ill: Results of 232 out of 232 polling stations

PML-N’s Muhammad Riaz won with 31841 votes.

SIC's Muhammad Khan Madni was second with 16548 votes.

PP-149 Lahore-V: Results of 218 out of 218 polling stations

IPP’s Muhammad Shoaib Siddiqui won with 47231 votes.

SIC’s Zeeshan Rasheed was second with 32237 votes.

PP-158 Lahore-XIV: Results of 116 out of 116 polling stations

PML-N’s Ch Muhammad Nawaz won with 40165 votes.

SIC’s Ch Moonis Ealhi was second with 28018 votes.

PP-164 Lahore-XX: Results of 99 out of 99 polling stations

PML-N’s Rashid Minhas won with 31499 votes.

SIC’s Muhammad Yusuf was second with 25781 votes.

PP-266 R.Y. Khan-XII: Results of 138 out of 138 polling stations

PPP's Mumtaz Ali Chang won with 44052 votes.

PML-N’s Muhammad Safdar Khan Leghari was second with 26535 votes.

PP-290 D.G. Khan-V: Results of 120 out of 120 polling stations

PML-N's Ali Ahmed Khan Leghari won with 66413 votes.

Independent candidate Sardar Muhammad Muhayyuddin Khosa was second with 19322 votes.

 

KPK Assembly:

PK-22 Bajaur-IV: Results of 91 out of 91 polling stations

Independent candidate Mubarak Zeb won with 19342 votes.

JI’s Abid Khan was second with 8632 votes.

PK-91 Kohat-II: Results of 168 out of 168 polling stations

SIC's Daud Khan Afridi won with 23134 votes.

Independent candidate Imtiaz Shahid Qureshi was second with 16390 votes.

 

BALOCHISTAN ASSEMBLY:

PB-20 Khuzdar-III: Results of 100 out of 100 polling stations

BNP’s Mir Jahanzeb Mengal won with 30455 votes.

Independent candidate Mir Shafiqur Rahman Mengal was second with 14311 votes.

PB-22 Lasbella: Results of 129 out of 129 polling stations

PML-N’s Zarin Khan Magsi won with 49777 votes.

Independent candidate Shahnawaz was second with 3333 votes.

PB-50 Qila Abdullah: Results of 57 out of 125 polling stations

PkMAP’s Mirwaiz Khan Achakzai is ahead with 61678 votes.

ANP’s Zamark Khan is trailing with 26435 votes.

 


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