Lahore: PTI won 15 seats, Muslim League-N won four and independent candidates won one seat in the by-elections held on 20 provincial assembly seats in Punjab.
According to the results received by the Election Commission through the RTS system, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf won two from Jhang, three from Lahore and Multan, Rawalpindi, Muzaffargarh, Dera Ghazi Khan, Sahiwal, Khushab, Bhakkar, Sheikhupura, Faisalabad, Lodhran. He succeeded in one seat.
Muslim League (N) won 4 seats in the by-elections of Punjab, in which Lahore (168), Muzaffargarh (273), Bahawalnagar and Rawalpindi won 7 seats each.
The polling continued from 8 am to 5 pm without any break, the voters who entered the polling station before the end of the scheduled time cast their votes while the voters who came after the scheduled time were not allowed to enter the polling station. went
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s big fight in Lahore
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf won 3 out of 4 seats in Lahore by-elections. According to the results, PTI candidate Mian Muhammad Usman Akram defeated PML-N candidate Rana Ahsan Sharaft while contesting constituency 158 (Lahore).
According to the results of 151 polling stations of the constituency, Mian Muhammad Usman Akram got 37 thousand 463 votes while Rana Ahsan Ashraf got 31 thousand 906 votes. It should be noted that Aleem Khan won from this constituency in the 2018 elections.
According to the final and official result received by the Central Secretariat of the Election Commission, Shabir Gujjar of PTI won by getting 40 thousand 511 votes from all the polling stations of PP 167 (Lahore) while Nazir Chauhan of PML-N got 26 thousand 473 votes. Ranked second.
According to the unofficial results of all polling stations of PP 170 (Lahore), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf candidate Zaheer Abbas Khokhar defeated PML-N candidate Muhammad Amin Zulqarnain.
Zaheer Abbas got 24 thousand 688 votes while Muhammad Amin Zulqarnain got 17 thousand 519 votes.
On the other hand, according to the official results, the Muslim League (N) has won only one seat out of four electoral seats in Lahore.
Muslim League (N) candidate Asad Ali Khokhar defeated Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate Nawaz Awan in PP 168 (Lahore) constituency. Asad Ali Khokhar got 26 thousand 169 votes while Nawaz Awan got 15 thousand 767 votes.
PTI successful in Khushab
The election results of all 215 polling stations of PP 83 (Khushab) have been received by the Election Commission according to which Malik Hasan Aslam Khan of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has won.
According to the results received by the Election Commission, PTI’s Malik Hasan Aslam won 50 thousand 749 votes and defeated the Azad candidate Muhammad Asif Malik and the PML-N candidate.
Independent candidate Muhammad Asif Malik got 43 thousand 587 votes and PML-N candidate Amir Hyder Singha got 35 thousand 395 votes and came second and third respectively.
PTI wins from Multan
According to the results of all 124 polling stations of PP 217 (Multan), PTI candidate Makhdoom Zain Qureshi defeated PML-N candidate Salman Naeem Butt.
According to the results, PTI’s Makhdoom Zain Qureshi won by getting 47 thousand 252 votes.
According to the details received by the Central Secretariat of the Election Commission, Salman Naeem of PML-N is on the second place with 40 thousand 203 votes. According to the secretariat, Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s son was successful with a lead of 7 thousand votes while the turnout in PP 217 was more than 42 percent.
PTI wins from Dera Ghazi Khan
The election results of all 145 polling stations of PP 288 (Dera Ghazi Khan) have been received by the Election Commission, according to which Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate Sardar Mohammad Saifuddin Khosa has won with 58 thousand 166 votes.
According to Election Commission, Abdul Qadir Khan of Muslim League (N) could get 32 thousand 212 votes.
Sahiwal field in the name of PTI
The results of all 176 polling stations of PP 202 (Sahiwal) have been received by the Election Commission according to which Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf candidate Major (retd) Muhammad Ghulam Sarwar has defeated Muslim League (N)’s Noman Langridian.
According to the election results, the PTI candidate got 62 thousand 298 votes while the League leader got 59 thousand 191 votes.
PTI candidate from Sheikhupura is successful
Election Commission has received the election results of PP 140 (Sheikhupora). According to which, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s Khurram Shahzad Work won by getting 50 thousand 166 votes.
According to the Election Commission, PTI’s political rival Mian Khalid of PML-N came second with 32 thousand 105 votes.
Independent candidate from Lodhran is successful
Independent candidate Pir Rafiuddin was declared successful from Lodhran constituency PP 228 by getting 45 thousand 20 votes, according to Election Commission PTI’s Captain (retd) Izzat Khan was second with 38 thousand 338 votes while PML-N’s Nazir Khan got 34 votes. He stood third with 929 votes.
From PP 224, the candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf Muhammad Amir Iqbal was the winner with 69 thousand 881 votes while Zwar Hussain Waraich of PML-N came second with 56 thousand 214 votes.
PTI wins from Jhang
Both the candidates of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf defeated the PML-N candidates from the two constituencies 125 and 127 of Jhang.
According to the election results received by the Election Commission from all 185 polling stations of PP 125 (Jhang), Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf’s Azam Chela defeated PML-N’s Faisal Jabwana.
Azam Chela got 82 thousand 297 while Faisal Jabwana was second with 52 thousand 277 votes.
The results of PP 127 (Jhang) were received by the Election Commission according to which Maher Nawaz of ABQ PTI won with 71 thousand 71648 votes while Meher Aslam of PML-N lost with 47 thousand 413 votes.
PTI candidate successful from Muzaffargarh
In the by-elections, candidates of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and PML-N were successful in the two constituencies 272 and 273 of Muzaffargarh respectively.
Election Commission has received the election results of PP 272 (Muzaffargarh) according to which PTI’s Moazzam Ali Khan has defeated PML-N Zahra Basit Bukhari.
According to the Election Commission, Moazzam Ali Khan won by getting 46 thousand 69 votes while Zahra Basit Bukhari came second with 36 thousand 401 votes.
Besides, Election Commission has received the results of all the polling stations of PP 273 (Muzaffargarh). According to which Sabatin Raza of PML-N won by getting 59 thousand 679 votes while Yasir Arafat Khan of PTI got 51 thousand 232 votes.
PTI won from Faisalabad
The Election Commission has received the election results of PP 97 (Faisalabad) according to which PTI’s Ali Afzal Sahi has won 67 thousand 22 votes.
According to Election Commission, Muhammad Ajmal Cheema of PML-N came second with 54 thousand 266 votes.
PTI candidate successful from Bhakkar
The Election Commission has received the election results of PP 90 (Bhakkar) according to which PTI’s Irfanullah Niazi has defeated PML-N’s Saeed Akbar Nawani.
According to the Election Commission, Irfanullah Niazi got 77 thousand 865 votes while Saeed Akbar Nawani got 66 thousand 513 votes.
PML-N wins Rawalpindi PP7
Raja Sagheer of PML-N won by getting 68,906 votes while Shabbir Awan of PTI came second with 68,857 votes.
Results were delayed in the constituency, which PTI claimed to have installed the RTS system. Later, the Election Commission gave an explanation on this and said that due to the presence of polling stations in hilly areas, there was a little delay in collecting the results.
Later, Returning Officer Roy Sultan Bhatti announced the results through a press conference after the results of all 266 polling stations were announced and said that the total polling stations in the constituency were 266, the votes cast are more than 1 lakh 59 thousand. The turnout was 47 to 46. Polling was conducted in a peaceful atmosphere, so the turnout was good.
He said that Jamaat-e-Islami got 1666 votes, Raja Saghir got 68906 votes from PML-N, Raja Wasim got 3084 votes, Shabbir Awan got 68857 votes, TLP got 14775 votes, independent candidate got 339 votes.
The returning officer said that the PML-N candidate Raja Sagheer will win according to the final results.
He further explained that the delay in the results was due to hilly areas, PP-7 is the largest constituency in Punjab, if a candidate wants a recount, as per the law, he will file an application on which the RO will conduct the recount. A notice will also be sent to all the candidates in this regard.
PTI rejected the results
On the other hand, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf rejected the results of PP7 and announced to file an application for recount.
PML-N candidate from Bahawalnagar is successful
Pakistan Muslim League (N) won from all 160 polling stations of PP 237 (Bahawalingar). PML-N candidate Fida Hussain got 66 thousand 881 votes while Syed Aftab Raza of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf got 31 thousand 148 votes.
PTI successful from Leh pp 282
From PP 282 Leh, PTI candidate Qaiser Abbas Khan was declared successful by getting 57 thousand 118 votes while League candidate Muhammad Tahir was second with 38 thousand 758 votes.
PTI got 46.8 percent votes, the overall turnout was 49.69 percent
The Election Commission received the results of all twenty constituencies through the RMS system, the voting turnout in the said twenty constituencies was 49.69 percent, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf got the highest 46.8 percent votes while Muslim League-N got 39.5 percent votes, independent candidates. 7.7 percent of the votes and Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan got 5 percent of the votes.
Celebration of PTI workers
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers celebrated in Lahore after getting a clear majority in the by-elections, firing fireworks and dancing to the beat of drums and feeding each other sweets.
3 thousand 131 polling stations were established for polling, out of which 1900 polling stations were declared as highly sensitive, in view of law and order in the by-elections, section 144 was implemented across the province.
ECP’s gratitude to law enforcement agencies and others
The Election Commission of Pakistan appreciated all the law enforcement agencies for performing their duty in conducting peaceful and transparent elections in Punjab. The ECP has also appreciated the role of the staff and all officials of the provincial government who were involved in the Punjab polling process.
The Election Commission appreciated the positive role of all media in the transparent and peaceful by-elections in Punjab and the timely reporting of the polling situation and thanked all the media representatives.
20 constituencies of Punjab
These 20 seats include 4 seats in Rawalpindi, Khushab, Bhakkar, Faisalabad, Sheikhupura, Sahiwal, Multan, Bahawalnagar, Leh, 2 in Jhang, 2 in Lodhran, 2 in Muzaffargarh and one seat in Dera Ghazi Khan. Is 175 candidates contested for 20 seats
A total of 175 candidates contested these 20 seats of the Provincial Assembly. In which PTI and Muslim League-N candidates are prominent stay The total number of registered voters in these constituencies was 45 lakh 79 thousand 898.
PML-N needed to win 9 out of 20 seats to maintain its lead in Punjab.
It should be remembered that on May 20, the Election Commission terminated the membership of Tehreek-e-Insaf members who voted for Hamza Shehbaz as Chief Minister in the Punjab Assembly.