General Election 2024 results Unofficial of NA, PP,SA,KP & BA

ISLAMABAD: Election Commission of Pakistan has announced the first unofficial but final result of the General elections 2024 Pakistan where two independent candidates of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly have won while according to the unofficial and unofficial result supported by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) 7, Pakistan 5 candidates of Muslim League (N) and 4 candidates of Pakistan Peoples Party have been successful.

The Election Commission (ECP) has announced to complete the election results by 12 midnight on February 8. Polling for general elections in Pakistan will be held on 8th February 2024, voters will choose candidates in 855 constituencies of national and provincial assemblies. The number of registered voters across the country is 12 crore 85 lakh 85 thousand 760. 90,675 polling stations have been set up across the country, while 1,490,000 election staff will be on duty.

General election 2024 Pakistan

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has released the preliminary party positions of political parties in the national and provincial assemblies after the general elections. In total, independent candidates won 348 constituencies while Pakistan Muslim League-N (N) won 227 constituencies. It has become the top party with seats.

Pakistan Muslim League (N) became the largest party by winning a total of 227 seats, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) came second with 160 seats and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan came third with 45 seats.

Among other parties, Muslim League (Q) and Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI) won 15, 15 and Jamaat-e-Islami 5 candidates, Majlis Wahdat al-Muslimeen (MWM), Awami National Party (ANP), Grand Democratic Alliance. (GDA), Balochistan National Awami Party (BNP), Muslim League Zia and other smaller parties won seats.

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of NA, PP,SA,KP & BA

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of NA

The procedures related to the release of the General Election 2024 results

have been finalized and the procurement of various devices has been completed. The procurement of more than 850 mobile internet devices has been completed and 859 returning officers from across the country will be connected to the Election Management System (EMS) for the release of general election results.

In the National Assembly, independent candidates won a total of 101 seats, Muslim League (N) won 75 seats, PPP 54 seats and remained the top parties, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam 4, Muslim League (Q) 3, Stabilization Pakistan Party and Balochistan. The National Party managed to win 2, 2, Majlis Wahdat al-Muslimeen, Muslim League Zia, Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), National Party, Pashtun Khwaja Milli Awami Party and Pakhtunkhwa National Milli Awami Party one seat each.

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of PP

You can Check General Election 2024 Punjab Provincial Assembly PA Unofficial Result here. Internet devices will be provided to the Returning Officers for connectivity of EMS system and Returning Officers will be obliged to provide constituency results to Election Commission through EMS system. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) candidate defeated the PTI-backed independent candidate in the NA-55 constituency of Rawalpindi, according to the preliminary and unofficial results of all 311 polling stations in NA-55. According to Muslim League (N) Malik Abrar Ahmed got 78 thousand 542 votes while PTI supported Muhammad Basharat Raja was second with 67 thousand 101 votes.

According to the unofficial and unofficial results of the Muslim League (N), the president of the Muslim League (N) Shehbaz Sharif has won from the constituency NA-123 of Lahore. He has been declared successful by getting 1,953 votes, while independent candidate Afzal Azim Pahar got 48,486 votes.

According to the unofficial and unofficial results of constituency NA 121 of Lahore, the PTI-backed independent candidate was successful. According to the unofficial and unofficial results of 299 polling stations, the independent candidate Wasim Qadir won with 78 thousand 703 votes, while the strong candidate was expected to win. Sheikh Rohail Asghar of Muslim League (N) failed with 70 thousand 597 votes.

According to the unofficial and unofficial result of constituency NA-168 from Bahawalpur, the independent candidate supported by PTI was declared successful. According to the unofficial and unofficial results in NA-64 constituency of Gujarat, Muslim League (Q) leader Salik Hussain defeated his paternal aunt and PTI-backed candidate. According to unofficial and inconclusive results, Chaudhry Salik Hussain won from NA-64 with 15,205 votes, while PTI-backed candidate Qaisara Elahi got 80,946 votes.

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of SA

You can Check General Election 2024 Sindh Provincial Assembly SA Unofficial Result here.The presiding officers will send the results of the respective polling station to the RO under EMS through mobile data, provision of mobile data will be ensured for the presiding officers internet connectivity. According to the unofficial and inconclusive results, two candidates of the People’s Party have won for the National Assembly seat from Sindh.

According to the unofficial and unofficial results, the candidate of the People’s Party won a decisive victory in NA-217 constituency of Tando Al-Hiyar district. After the results of all 331 polling stations were declared, Zulfikar Bachani of PPP emerged victorious with a commanding lead of 115,672 votes while Raheela Magsi of GDA came second with 69,234 votes.

According to the unofficial and unofficial results, the candidate of the People’s Party has won a decisive victory in NA-199 of Ghotki, after the results of all 365 polling stations, Ali Gohar Khan Mehr got one lakh 54 thousand 832 votes. succeeded, while Maulana Abdul Qayyum of Jamiat Ulema Islam (F) secured 40 thousand 204 votes.

Another PPP candidate from National Assembly Constituency NA-216 Matiari from Sindh has defeated Pakistan Muslim League (N) candidate from all 320 polling stations of the said constituency of Matiari district according to the unofficial and unofficial results. PPP candidate Makhdoom Jameel Zaman got 124 thousand 536 votes while his opponent Bashir Ahmed got 80 thousand 439 votes.

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of KA

You can Check General Election 2024 KPK Provincial Assembly KA Unofficial Result here.In case of non-availability of mobile data, the presiding officers will convey the results of the polling station to the returning officers personally,

According to the unofficial and inconclusive results, PTI-backed candidates have won for National Assembly seats NA-30 and NA-13 from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Ali Khan Jadoon, an independent candidate supported by PTI from National Assembly Constituency NA-17 Abbottabad II, won with 97 thousand 177 votes, according to the unofficial and inconclusive results, compared to Ali Khan Jadoon. K Mohib Khan was second with 44 thousand 522 votes. Preliminary results of all 324 polling stations have been declared.

Independent candidate supported by PTI from Charsadda Constituency NA 25 has won according to the unofficial and unofficial results, according to the unofficial and unofficial results of all 392 polling stations in the constituency, Fazal Muhammad Khan won by 1 lakh 713 votes Awami National Party (ANP) provincial president Amil Wali Khan won, the opposing candidate got 67 thousand 876 votes.

General Election 2024 results Unofficial of BA

You can Check General Election 2024 Balochistan Provincial Assembly BA Unofficial Result here. The presiding officers will be obliged to send the results to the RO by 2 pm on the day of polling or by 10 am the next day. According to the unofficial and unofficial results from National Assembly Constituency NA-261 from Balochistan, Balochistan National Party (BNP) Mengal chief Sardar Akhtar Mengal won 3 out of all 255 polling stations in National Assembly Constituency NA-261 Sorab Kum Kalat Mastung. Hazar won by getting 404 votes while Sardar Sanaullah Khan Zehri of Pakistan People’s Party came second with 2871 votes.

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