Independents lead local body polls in Balochistan According to the unofficial and preliminary results, the independent candidates have secured 1,058 seats, followed by Jamiat Ulema-e -Islam (JUI) winning 98 seats, while that of the government Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) has won seven seats. Independent candidates have secured most of the seats in local government elections that took place in 32 districts in Balochistan on the 29th of May.
Independents lead local body polls in Balochistan
Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) has won 39 seats. National Party (NP) secured 26 seats. Balochistan National Party (Mengal) won 18 seats, while Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) took home six and 10 seats respectively.
Balochistan Election 2022 Result
Party position in Balochistan local government elections 2022According to the unconfirmed and unconfirmed results, the independents have a lead by 1060 sets. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) is the leader with 98 seats. Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) with 71 seats.
Pakhtunkhwa Mili Awami Party (PkMAP) 39, Balochistan National Party on 37, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and National Party (NP) on 26 seats each.
Balochistan Baldiyati Election 2022
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) is ahead with seven seats. According to unconfirmed and unofficial results, independent candidates have gained 1066 seats. Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam (JUI) 150, Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) 80, Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) 44, National Party 44, Pakistan Peoples Party 28, Balochistan National Party Mengal 23 and 62 other candidates from different political parties.
The results have started to arrive after polling for the local government elections in 32 of its 34 Balochistan districts ended at 5 pm Sunday.
The Jamhoori Watan party’s candidate was in the lead on 41 of the votes cast in Dera Bugti’s UC 13 Ward. 5. Pakhtunkhwa Millia Awami The candidate of the PPP was in first place at 47 votes, in Chaman’s Ward No. 31. JUI’s candidate. The vote began at 8 and continued to 5 pm with no interruption, and the voting process generally was calm and smooth.
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According to the unverified and unofficial results for 24 out of 25 wards of the Loralai municipal council, BAP is leading in 17 wards, and independent in four, and PkMAP and JUI-F have a lead in 1 seat in each. According to reports, the voting time ended at 5:00 PM today in the Balochistan LG polls that were held in 32 of the 34 districts amid strict security measures.
Balochistan Election 2022
The previous ruling party Pakistan Tehrik e Insaf gained 10 seats in the local body election in Balochistan. As of now, the unofficial and unconfirmed results for 1490 wards from 537 seats have been reported.
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BALOCHISTAN LG POLLS: UNOFFICIAL RESULTS START POURING IN AS VOTE COUNT CONTINUES
Independents lead local body polls in Balochistan Jamhoori Watan Party candidate to lead Dera Bugti’s Ward No.8 with 354 votes. He was and then an independent contender with just 106 votes. Balochistan Awami Party is leading Jaffarabad’s Ward No. 4. The Jamaat-e Islami’s candidate is in second place having 72 votes. More than 17,000 candidates participated in the local body elections in the province.
“Throughout the province, one person was killed,” Additional Chief Secretary Home Hashim Ghilzai said. According to the unverified and unofficial results of 34 of the 35 wards in Chaman municipal council, PkMAP is leading on 12 seats,
Key political parties
Independents lead local body polls in Balochistan JUI-F is on six seats, ANP on five, and BAP along with Oolsi Movement on four each. Independent candidates are leading on three seats. Balochistan National Party (Mengal) candidate Abdullah Faiz Sajid is leading with 11 votes in Gwadar’s Edgar Ward No. 23.
Seats up for grabs
Haq Do Tehreek candidate second having eight votes. In the meantime, the Independent candidate took the nomination for the seat from Kohlu Tehsil Mawand UC 12 Ward No. 2 with 70 votes. Strict security measures were put in place throughout the 32 districts of Balochistan to ensure the law and order.