Punjab Election Result 2022

Posted by | Asif Ali on | July 18, 2022



LAHORE (Dunya News – Celebrations in the Pakistan Tehreek-E-Insaf Camp (PTI) are in Full Swing as Unofficial Results In Punjab’s By-Election on 20 Constituencies. The final results for 18 seats were confirmed by unofficial and unconfirmed results. PTI won 14 and PML-N only three. Show PTI under the leadership of former prime minister Imran Khan won the by-elections with the vote of the people in the province Syed Muhammad Rafi ud Din was an independent candidate and won PP-228 Lodhran V with 45,020 votes against Izzat Javaid Khan (PTI candidate), who bagged 38.338. According to preliminary, unofficial results, the former PM-Led PTI bagged 15 seats, while Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz could only secure four seats.

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After the polling has ended, the counting of votes continues. The victory was also secured by an independent candidate The polling process continued uninterrupted from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM before it was closed amid reports of clashes or arrests.

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The polling began at 8 am and continued until 5 pm. However, in some districts, the polling was stopped due to clashes. ARY News continued its tradition of being the first news channel to report the constituency-wise election outcomes just after the end of the polling. It is important to mention that the 20 seats fell vacant after the Election Commission Of Pakistan’s (ECP) “Deserted”.

Punjab By-Polls: PTI Ahead Of PML-Nc

The leader of PML-N took to Twitter to urge party workers to accept defeat in the Punjab By-Elections and to submit to the willful will of the people. This included five lawmakers elected on reserved seats for women and minorities. She said that “Wherever there is weakness, efforts should be made in order to identify them and overcome” her party’s performance at the Punjab by-polls.

Punjab By-Elections: PTI Wins 14 Seats, Leads In 2 Others

These By-Elections were held in 20 constituencies of the Punjab Assembly, including PP-7 Rawalpindi and PP-83 Khushab Imran Khan, former Prime Minister and Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf(PTI), congratulated party workers and voters on their victory in the Punjab by-elections. PP-90 Bhakkar, PP-97 Faisalabad; PP-125, PP-127 Jhang, PP-140 Sheikhupura,

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Imran Khan tweeted, “I first want to thank our PTI workers [and] the voters of Punjab for defeating] not only [PML-N] candidate but also [the entire state machinery and [especially] harassment [by police] and a completely biased [Election Commission of Pakistan],” PP-158, 167,168,170 Lahore; PP-167, Lahore, PP-202 Sahiwal,;

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Unconfirmed results from all 158 polling stations show that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate Amir Iqbal Shah won a victory with 69,881 votes. Zawar Hussain Waheed, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz candidate (PML-N), came in second place with 56,214 votes.

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PP-217 Multan. PP-224 Lodhran. PP-228 Lodhran. PP-237 Bahawalnagar. PP-272,273 Muzaffargarh. PP-282 Layyah. PP-288 Dera Ghazi Khan. Unconfirmed results from 47 polling stations indicate that PML-N.

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The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has now accepted defeat. Maryam Nawaz, vice president of the party, said that the party should accept the results “wholeheartedly”. 25 PTI Dissident Lawmakers Voting For Hamza Shahbaz, PML-N’s Chief Minister in The Punjab Election.

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candidate Raja Sagheer Ahmad is leading with 15,607 votes, while Colonel (retd.) Muhammad Shabbir Awan, the PTI candidate, is second with 15,236. There are 4.57 million registered voters, which includes 2.

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Unconfirmed results from 175 polling stations indicate that Mehar Muhammad Nawaz, a PTI candidate, won the seat with 71,648 votes, while Mehar Muhammad Aslam, a PML-N candidate, was second with 47,413 votes.

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PP-224 Lodhran-I

Unconfirmed results from all 158 polling stations show that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate Amir Iqbal Shah won a victory with 69,881 votes. Zawar Hussain Waheed, Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz candidate (PML-N), came in second place with 56,214 votes.

PP-7 Rawalpindi – II

Unconfirmed results from 47 polling stations indicate that PML-N candidate Raja Sagheer Ahmad is leading with 15,607 votes, while Colonel (retd.) Muhammad Shabbir Awan, the PTI candidate, is second with 15,236.

PP-127 Jhang – IV

Unconfirmed results from 175 polling stations indicate that Mehar Muhammad Nawaz, a PTI candidate, won the seat with 71,648 votes, while Mehar Muhammad Aslam, a PML-N candidate, was second with 47,413 votes.

PP-97 – Faislabad-I

According to unconfirmed results from all 168 polling stations, Ali Afzal Sahi, a PTI candidate, has won Faisalabad’s PP97 seat. He secured 66,416 votes during the Punjab by-polls.

With 54,266 votes, Muhammad Ajmal, a PML-N candidate, was second.

PP-217 – Multan VII

Makhdoom Zain Hussain, a PTI candidate and the son of Shah Mehmood Qureshi (former foreign minister), has won a victory in PP-217 Multan.

Zain Qureshi, a PTI candidate, won a victory with 46.963 votes in the PP-217 Multan constituency. With 40,104 votes, Muhammad Salman, the PML-N candidate was second.

Unofficial and unverified results from all 124 polling stations were released. Zain Qureshi received the highest number of votes.

PP-237 – Bahawalnagar – I

Unconfirmed results from 160 polling stations indicate that Fida Hussain, the PML-N candidate, has won Bahawalnagar’s PP-237 seat with 61,248 votes.

With 25,227 votes, Syed Aftab Raza, a PTI candidate, was second.

PP-288 – Dera Ghazi Khan – IV

Unconfirmed results from all 145 polling stations indicate that Sardar Mohammad Said-ud-Din Khosa, a PTI candidate, has won the seat with 58,015 votes. With 32,487 votes, Abdul Qadir Khan (PML-N) took second place.

PP-83 – Khushab-II

Unconfirmed results from all 215 polling stations indicate that Hassan Malik, a PTI candidate, has won the seat with 48.475 votes.

With 41,752 votes, Independent candidate Muhammad Asif Malik finished second.

PP-170 – Lahore-XXVII

PTI candidate Malik Zaheer Abbas won with 23,969 votes, while PML-N candidate Muhammad Amin Zulqarnain received 14,916 votes

PP-282 – Layyah – III

Unconfirmed results from 105 polling stations show that Qaiser Abbas Khan, the PTI candidate, was leading with 46 317 votes, while Muhammad Tahir, the PML-N candidate, was in second place with 29,014 votes.

PP-202 – Sahiwal-VII

PTI candidate Muhammad Gulam Sarwar has won Sahiwal’s PP-202 seat in Punjab by-polls.

Unconfirmed results from all 176 polling stations show that the PTI candidate won with 62,230 votes, while Malik Noman Ahmed Langrial, the PML-N candidate, came in second place with 59,820 votes.

PP-90 – Bhakkar-II

PTI candidate Irfan Ullah Khan Niazi has secured victory on Bhakkar’s PP-90 seat in Punjab by-polls.

Unconfirmed results from 181 polling stations show that PTI candidate Irfan Ullah Khan Niazi won with 77.495 votes, while PML-N candidate Saeed Akbar Khan came in second with 66.274 votes.

PP-158 – Lahore-XV

Mian Akram Usman, a PTI candidate, won a victory with 37,463 votes. Rana Ahsan Sharafat (PML-N) came in second with 31,906 votes.

PP-125 – Jhang – II

According to unconfirmed results from all 183 polling stations, Mian Muhammad Azam, a PTI candidate, has won Jhang’s PP125 seat with 82,382 votes. Faisal Hayat, a PML-N candidate, was second with 52,158 votes.

PP-228 – Lodhran-V

According to unconfirmed results from all 136 polling stations, Syed Muhammad Rafi Uddin Bukhari, an independent candidate, has won Lodhran’s PP-228 seat at Punjab by-elections.

Unofficial results show that Syed Muhammad Rafi Uddin Bukhari received 45,020 votes while Izzat Javaid Khan, the PTI candidate, was second with 38,338 votes.

PP-273 Muzaffargarh VI

Unconfirmed results from all 132 polling stations show that PML-N candidate Muhammad Sibtain Raza won with 52,631 votes. Yasir Khan, a PTI candidate, was second with 46,903 votes.

PP-140 – Sheikhupura-VI

Unconfirmed results from all 165 polling stations show that PTI candidate Khurram Shehzad won with 50,166 votes. PML-N candidate Mian Khalid Mehmood came in second with 32,105 votes.

PP-272 Muzaffargarh-V

Unconfirmed results from all 134 polling stations indicate that PTI candidate Muhammad Moazzam Ali Khan won with 46,069 votes, while PML-N candidate Syeda Zehra Basit Bukhari came in second with 36,401 votes.

PP-167 – Lahore-XXIV

According to unconfirmed results, Shabbir Ahmed Gujjar, the PTI candidate, won with 40,206 votes. Nazir Ahmed Chohan, the PML-N candidate, received 26,535 votes.

PP-168 – Lahore-XXV

Malik Asad Khokhar, the PML-N candidate, won a victory with 26,174 votes. Nawaz Awan, the PTI candidate, came in second place with 15,719 votes.

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46 Million Women Are Eligible to Cast Ballots in The By-Polls According to unconfirmed results from all 168 polling stations, Ali Afzal Sahi, a PTI candidate, has won Faisalabad’s PP97 seat. He secured 66,416 votes during the Punjab by-polls.

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There are 3140 polling stations, including 700 females, 731 males, and 1700 combined, across the 20 constituencies. With 54,266 votes, Muhammad Ajmal, a PML-N candidate, was second.

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There were 9,562 polling booths set up for the By-Polls. Makhdoom Zain Hussain, a PTI candidate and the son of Shah Mehmood Qureshi (former foreign minister), has won a victory in PP-217 Multan.

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The ECP had declared 1204 polling stations sensitive and 696 highly sensitive. Zain Qureshi, PTI’s candidate for the presidency, won a victory with 46 963 votes in the PP-217 Multan constituency. The Sensitive List Had also been declared for polling stations from Multan and Lahore. With 40,104 votes, Muhammad Salman, a PML-N candidate was second.

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Saeed Gul, the provincial election commissioner, had claimed that the Election Commission was completely neutral and there was no truth to the allegations. They were working according to The Constitution and The Law. Unofficial and unverified results from all 124 polling stations were released. Zain Qureshi received the highest number of votes.

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