According to the unofficial results of yesterday’s by-elections, PTI was defeated in Nowshera, PML-N won 2 provincial seats, while the election results in NA-75 Daska were stopped after complaints of rigging and irregularities.
The Returning Officer said that the final results of NA-75 Sialkot would be decided by the Election Commission of Pakistan.
On the other hand, PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal said that the whole result on NA-75 has become doubtful. Polling was closed for hours at some polling stations in NA-75. Polling remained closed for hours at 36 polling stations in Daska city.
Sometimes Corona SOPs were strictly followed and sometimes SOPs were completely ignored. Elderly voters also reached the polling stations.
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results, the PML-N has snatched one seat from the PTI till the last report, while it has also successfully defended a provincial seat in Punjab and is leading in a National Assembly seat.
According to unconfirmed results, PML-N candidates were declared successful in PK-63 Nowshera, while PML-N is leading in NA-75 Sialkot. In PP-51 Gujranwala, the PML-N candidate was declared the winner while in NA-45, the PTI candidate has the upper hand.
NA 75 Sialkot
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results of 213 out of 360 polling stations in NA-75 Daska, Syeda Noshin Iftikhar of PML-N is leading with 61,571 votes, while Ali Asjad Khan of PTI got 55,872 votes.
360 polling stations were set up in NA-75 Sialkot. Voters started arriving outside the polling stations in the morning and with the passage of time, queues were formed. The total number of voters in the constituency is 404,003. There was a fierce competition between PML-N candidate Syeda Noshin Iftikhar and PTI candidate Ali Asjad Malhi.
NA 45 Kurram District
According to unofficial results of 103 polling stations of NA-45 Kurram by-election, Malik Fakhruzzaman of PTI is leading with 13992 votes, while independent candidate Haji Syed Jamal is second with 13579 votes.
The NA-45 Kurram district seat fell vacant following the death of JUI-M MNA Munir Khan Orakzai. Polling was going on in the tribal district from 8 am to 5 pm.
There were a total of 27 candidates in the fray. 134 polling stations were set up in the constituency.
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results of all 102 polling stations in PK-63 constituency of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly, PML-N’s Ikhtiar Wali came first with 21,122 votes, while PTI’s Mian Umar got 17,023 votes. The final result will be released by the Election Commission.
102 polling stations were set up in PK-63 Nowshera. Polling at polling station 44 was delayed by about an hour, with the staff arriving late.
SOPs in Nowshera were also strictly observed. The seat fell vacant following the death of former provincial minister Jamsheduddin Kakakhel.
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results of 162 polling stations of Punjab Assembly constituency PP-51 Wazirabad, PML-N’s Begum Talat Mahmood won with 53903 votes, while PTI’s Chaudhry Yusuf came second with 48484 votes.
Constituency PP-51 seat was vacated due to death of PML-N’s Shaukat Manzoor Cheema. This constituency consists of Wazirabad city, Sohdara and other rural areas.
The total number of voters here is 253,949 while polling was held at 162 polling stations.