The complete results of the election 2024 have come out, The PTI-Backed Candidate is leading, and the Election Commission of Pakistan has released the details, it is thought that Imran Khan has been jailed, in three different cases in total. He was sentenced to twenty-four years.
Apart from this, Imran Khan’s wife Bushra Bibi was also sentenced in the Idt Nikas case, her election symbol was taken away from PTI, hundreds of candidates of Tehreek-e-Insaf were arrested, and thousands are still missing. Most of the TI candidates were not allowed to fight in the coalition, some were picked up from the way, minus Imran Khan, Nawaz Sharif had to face a big defeat. Think if Imran Khan had been out of jail, the results of the election would have been more different.
In the country, the process of announcing results after polling in the general elections is ongoing. The polling process for the general elections continued from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and millions of people exercised their right to vote. Mobile phone and internet services were suspended in the country, which caused difficulties for candidates and voters.
According to unofficial and non-final results so far in the National Assembly, PTI-supported independent candidates have won 92 seats, PML-N has won 79 seats, and PPP has won 54 seats.
In NA-44, all 358 polling stations of Dera Ismail Khan, according to unofficial and non-final results, independent candidate Ali Amin Gandapur succeeded with 92,612 votes, while JUI-F’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman remained second with 59,364 votes.
In NA-3 Swat, according to complete unofficial and non-final results of all 309 polling stations, PTI-supported independent candidate Saleem Rehman secured victory with 81,411 votes, while PML-N’s Wajid Ali Khan remained second with 27,861 votes.
In NA-13 Battagram, according to complete unofficial and non-final results of all 278 polling stations, PTI-supported independent candidate Muhammad Nawaz Khan succeeded with 24,686 votes, while MMA’s Atta Muhammad remained second with 18,130 votes.
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In NA-17 Abbottabad-2, according to unofficial and non-final results of all 324 polling stations, independent candidate Ali Khan Jadoon succeeded with 97,177 votes, while PML-N’s Mohibat Khan Awan remained second with 44,522 votes.
In NA-30 Peshawar, according to unofficial and non-final results of all 267 polling stations, PTI-supported independent candidate Shandana Gulzar Khan emerged victorious. Shandana Gulzar secured 78,971 votes while MMA’s Naseer Khan remained second with 20,950 votes.
Candidates Of Muslim League-N
According to unofficial and non-governmental results, PTI-supported independent candidate Wasim Qadir secured victory with 78,803 votes in NA-121 Lahore. PML-N’s Rohail Asghar remained second with 70,597 votes.
Nawaz Sharif Won The Seat
In NA-130 Lahore 14, according to unofficial results from all 376 polling stations, PML-N’s Muhammad Nawaz Sharif emerged victorious with 171,024 votes, while independent candidate Yasmin Rashid remained second with 115,043 votes.
Maryam Nawaz Won The Seat
PML-N’s leader and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif won from his ancestral constituency in Lahore. In NA-119 Lahore 3, according to unofficial and non-governmental results from all 338 polling stations, PML-N’s Maryam Nawaz secured victory with 83,855 votes, while independent candidate Shahzad Farooq remained second with 68,376 votes.
Jahangir Tareen, the head of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), faced defeat from Lodhran. In NA-155 Lodhran 2, according to results from all 369 polling stations, PML-N’s Siddique Khan Baloch won with 117,671 votes, while Jahangir Tareen of PTI obtained 71,128 votes and remained second.
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In NA-55 Rawalpindi, according to unofficial results from all 311 polling stations, PML-N’s Malik Abrar Ahmed emerged victorious with 78,542 votes. PTI-supported independent candidate Muhammad Basharat Raja remained second with 67,101 votes.
In NA-58 Chakwal, PML-N secured victory. According to unofficial and non-governmental results from all 459 polling stations, PML-N’s (Retd) Major Tahir Iqbal won with 115,974 votes, while PTI-supported independent candidate Ayaz Amir could gather 102,537 votes.
President of PML-N and former Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif won a National Assembly seat from Lahore. In NA-123, according to unofficial and non-governmental results, Shahbaz Sharif secured victory with 63,953 votes, while PTI-supported independent candidate Afzal Azim Pahat remained second with 48,486 votes.
In NA-167 Bahawalpur 4, according to unofficial and non-governmental results from all 301 polling stations, PML-N’s Muhammad Usman Owaisi won with 78,970 votes, while independent candidate Malik Amir Yar Waran remained second with 42,500 votes.
In NA-135 Okara 1, according to unofficial and non-governmental results from all 370 polling stations, PML-N’s Nadeem Abbas Rabaira won with 107,862 votes, while independent candidate Malik Muhammad Akram Bhatti remained second with 90,443 votes.
- When were the general elections held in Pakistan?
- The general elections in Pakistan were held on [date], [year].
- What is the purpose of general elections in Pakistan?
- General elections in Pakistan are held to elect members of the National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies, who represent the people and form the government at the federal and provincial levels respectively.
- How often are general elections held in Pakistan?
- General elections in Pakistan are typically held every five years to elect members of the National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies.
- What is the electoral process like in Pakistan?
- The electoral process in Pakistan involves voter registration, campaigning by political parties and candidates, polling on election day, counting of votes, and the announcement of results. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) oversees and manages the entire electoral process.
- Who is eligible to vote in the general elections in Pakistan?
- Citizens of Pakistan who are 18 years of age or older and are registered voters are eligible to vote in the general elections.
How are seats allocated in the National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies?
- Seats in the National Assembly and Provincial Assemblies are allocated based on the population of each constituency. Each constituency elects one member to the National Assembly and one or more members to the Provincial Assembly, depending on its population size.
- What are the main political parties in Pakistan?
- Some of the main political parties in Pakistan include Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), among others.
- What role does the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) play in the electoral process?
- The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is responsible for conducting free, fair, and transparent elections in Pakistan. It oversees voter registration, delimitation of constituencies, and the conduct of polling and counting of votes.
- How are election results announced in Pakistan?
- Election results in Pakistan are announced by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) after the completion of the counting process. Unofficial results may also be announced by media outlets based on data collected from polling stations.
- What happens after the general elections in terms of government formation?
- After the general elections, the political party or coalition that secures a majority of seats in the National Assembly forms the government at the federal level. The leader of the majority party or coalition becomes the Prime Minister. Similarly, provincial governments are formed based on the majority of seats won in the respective Provincial Assemblies.
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