Landslide wins for PTI – Daily Times

Landslide wins for PTI – Daily Times

According to the preliminary results announced by the Election Commission (EC) till the registration of the report late on Sunday, ) Is leading the race.

According to unconfirmed and unofficial results, the PTI won 22 of the 32 constituencies announced by the commission, while its rival, the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), won four seats. The PML-N won. Five seats while the All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference won one seat.

PTI candidate Chaudhry Azhar Sadiq from LA-1 Dadial won the election by getting 14,233 votes. PML-N’s Chaudhry Masood Khalid came second with 7,609 votes.

Former Prime Minister AJK and President All Jammu and Kashmir Muslim Conference Sardar Atiq Ahmad Khan won the LA-14 Bagh (West) elections with 29,561 votes. PTI candidate Major Latif Khaliq came second with 13,429 votes.

In LA-34 Jammu One, PTI candidate Riaz Ahmed won after getting 4,320 votes. Nasir Dar of PML-N secured second position with 3,545 votes.

During the LA-36 Jammu-3 elections, PTI candidate Hafiz Hamid Raza won with 22,096 votes. His rival Muhammad Ishaq of the Muslim League polled 20,467 votes and took second place. PPP’s Chaudhry Shaukat Ali got only 2,609 votes and secured the third position.

The ruling PTI won LA 43 Valley 4 as its candidate Javed Butt managed to get 782 votes. According to unofficial results, Naseema Khatun of PML-N bagged the second position with 720 votes.

In LA-34 constituency, PTI candidate Chaudhry Riaz Hussain continued his winning streak by getting 206 votes. His rival PML-N candidate Nasir Hussain Dar managed to get only 145 votes and secured the second position.

Muhammad Asim Sharif, the PTI candidate from LA-42, polled 1,254 votes and won the seat. According to unofficial results, PML-N’s Shaukat Shah came in second with 1,205 votes.

PTI’s Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Dewan won from LA 40 Valley II with 2,326 votes. According to unofficial results, PML-N candidate Ikram Butt could get only 741 votes in the second position.

PPP candidate from LA 40 Valley-1 Amir Abdul Ghaffar Lone got 2,165 votes. According to unofficial results, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Saleem Butt was able to take the second position only after getting 875 votes. The PML-N candidate secured the third position with 442 votes. The constituency included 20 districts in Sindh and four in Balochistan.

In LA-43 Valley-4, PTI candidate Javed Ahmed Butt won the seat by getting 774 votes and defeating PML-N candidate Naseema Wani who got 720 votes.

In LA-41 Valley-2, PTI candidate Diwan Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din won against his rival PML-N’s Akram Butt by getting 2,326 votes, getting only 741 votes.

In LA-45 Kashmir Valley-6, PTI candidate Abdul Majeed Khan retained his seat by getting 1,545 votes against his rival independent candidate Abdul Nasir Khan by getting 715 votes.

In LA-38 Jammu-6, PTI candidate Akbar Ibrahim Chaudhry won with 12,219 votes while PML-N candidate Chaudhry Zeeshan bagged the second position with 7,325 votes.

In LA-40 Valley-I, PPP’s Amir Abdul Ghaffar won with 2,348 votes while his nearest rival PTI candidate Muhammad Saleem got only 796 votes.

In LA-44 Valley-5, PML-N candidate Ahmad Raza Qadri won the election by getting 2007 votes against his Muslim Conference (MC) rival Mehr In Nisa who got 1,163 votes.

The polling, which started at 8 am and continued uninterrupted till 5 pm, elected 45 legislators from the Azad Jammu Assembly, 33 from Azad Jammu and 12 from the four provinces of Pakistan in an overall paid environment. ۔ Two people were killed and several others injured in four separate incidents of clashes between activists of political parties in Kotli, Haveli, Bagh and Hatian Bala districts of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) districts during polling on Sunday, police said. Police said.

Azad Jammu and Kashmir Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Justice (Retd) Abdul Rashid Salaria expressed complete satisfaction over the conduct of the general elections in a free, fair and peaceful manner. Talking to media on the occasion of his visit to various polling stations in Kotli, Bhimber and Mirpur districts, he said that although there were reports of some untoward incidents of clashes between rival groups outside the polling stations, but overall The polling process was peaceful. Under proper security arrangements.


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