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Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Body Election 2022 Schedule

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Body Election 2022 Schedule

The Election Commission of Pakistan has announced that local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which have been postponed for any reason, will be held on February 13. The schedule for the second phase of local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been released. Nomination papers will be issued to the candidates from February 7 to 11. Nomination papers will be received from the candidates from February 14 to 16 while the final list will be released on February 23. The Election Commission will release the schedule for the allotment of election symbols to the candidates on February 28. Polling for the second phase of local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will be held on March 27.

The Election Commission of Pakistan has posted the complete results of the first phase of local body elections in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on the official website. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan’s website, these are the results of 2,382 successful candidates of Village Neighborhood Councils and Tehsils.

 

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Body Election 2022 Schedule

According to the Provincial Election Commission, re-polling in 13 districts including Peshawar, Nowshera, Charsadda and Mardan will be held on February 13. In Peshawar, 12,913 voters will exercise their franchise in 3 Neighborhood Councils. Re-polling will take place in 5 polling stations of Neighborhood Council 22 Qadirabad where 9,322 voters will exercise their franchise.

خیبرپختونخوا میں بلدیاتی انتخابات کے دوسرے مرحلے کا شیڈول
7 سے 11 فروری کاغذات نامزدگی
14  سے 16 فروری کاغذات نامزدگی
23 فروری حتمی فہرست
28 فروری انتخابی نشانات الاٹ
27 مارچ دوسرے مرحلے کی پولنگ

According to the Election Commission, in the second phase, local body elections will be held in 18 districts including Hazara and Malakand divisions, the date of which will be announced later.

The second phase of elections would include the mountainous areas of Malakand and Hazara, where snowfall and freezing temperatures reach the freezing point from December to January.

The re-polling will take place at the NC Afridi Garhi men’s polling station where 1,970 voters will cast their votes. At the NC Khyber women’s polling station, 1,621 women will exercise their right to vote in re-polling.