Ahor (Monitoring Desk) In the second phase of the local elections, the lion ate everyone, while the arrow hit the target in Sindh. Muslim League (N) is leading with 1167 seats, Azad is second with 920 seats, Tehreek-e-Insaf won 355 seats, while in Sindh People’s Party won 978 seats, Azad 176, MQM 118, Muslim League-N 84 seats. According to the unofficial results of the second phase of the elections, out of 2371 seats in Punjab, Muslim League-N won 1167, independent candidates 920, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf 335, Muslim League-Q 18, Pakistan Peoples Party 15, and Jamaat-e-Islami 8. In the second phase of the elections, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf won 21 seats, independent candidates 19 and Muslim League-N 10 seats out of 51 union councils of Mianwali. Out of 64 union councils of Attock, Muslim League-N 31, Azad 18, Tehreek-e-Insaf 9, People’s Party 1 and Muslim League-Q won 5 seats. In Gujranwala, Muslims League-N 74 Azad 38 Tehreek Ans Af 6 and Jamaat-e-Islami won 3 seats. Out of 155 seats in Jhelum, Muslim League-N won 106, Azad 27 and Tehreek-e-Insaf 22 candidates won. 25 independent candidates were successful in Mandi Bahauddin, PML-N 14 and Tehreek-e-Insaf and People’s Party won 7 and 7 seats respectively. Azad 44 and Tehreek-e-Insaf 33 candidates were successful. In Sahiwal, Muslim League-N won 35 seats, Azad candidates won 29, Tehreek-e-Insaf won 11 seats. In Khanewal 74, independent candidates 42, Muslim League-N 11, Tehreek-e-Insaf won one seat. Insaf won 4 seats. Out of 1833 seats in Sindh, 445 elections were postponed, while out of 1388 seats, Pakistan Peoples Party won 978, independent candidates 176, MQM 118, Muslim League-N 84 and Muslim League Funkish. Nal won 29 seats, Awami Ittihad won 23 seats, while Tehreek-e-Insaf won 8 seats. According to the tentative results, MQM won 77 seats and People’s Party won 16 seats in Hyderabad. 24 and the district council has secured 15 out of 18 seats in Hyderabad to elect the chairman of the district council. Out of the 64 union councils of Badin, Mirza Group won 35, People’s Party won 24, while 3 independent candidates won. In Tando Mohammad Khan, PPP won 24 and 4 independent candidates, in Umarkot 39, PPP candidates won in union councils, while Tehreek-e-Insaf candidate won in 1 seat, out of 40 union councils in Thatta, 33 candidates of People’s Party and 7 of Muslim League-N candidates won, in Sajawal district, PPP won first and Muslim in 34 union councils. League-N has won 2 union councils, 26 union councils in Jamshoro People’s Party won 11 out of 57 union councils in Benazirabad, People’s Party won 43 out of 58 union councils in Tharparkar, Arbab Ghulam Rahim Group won 14 of 58 union councils, People’s Party won 30 out of 38 union councils in Mirpurkhas while the results of 8 are yet to be announced. of
Several major upsets were also seen in the municipal elections in Punjab, where Pir Ibrahim Shah, the brother of the Federal Minister of State for Religious Affairs, Pir Amin Al Hasanat Shah, was defeated in the local elections. According to private TV, Pir Ibrahim Shah, brother of Pir Amin Al Hasanat Shah On the ticket of the league, there was a chairman candidate from UC 6 who was defeated by independent candidate Meher Bashir. While the brother of Sardar Nazar Muhammad Gondal also suffered defeat. In UC 8 of Hafizabad, PML-N faced an upset defeat. . From here, Samdhi Afzal Tarar, father of Minister of State Saira Afzal Tarar and former President Rafiq Tarar, lost the election to PTI candidate Jafar Mehmood Tarar on the ticket of PML-N. On this victory, the PI workers celebrated hugely and took out a rally. Political analysts were also surprised by this result. In Tando Ullahyar, the son of PML-N Senator Rahila Magsi had contested on the ticket of PML-N on the chairman’s seat, but the candidate of People’s Party Jaman defeated Rahila Magsi by 800 votes. His son has been defeated. The winning candidate of the People’s Party, Jaman, got 2208 votes, while Rahila Magsi’s son was second with 1407 votes. In the second phase, 336 candidates were successful unopposed, of which 247 belonged to Sindh and 89 belonged to Punjab. During the polling, there were heaps of complaints in the Complaints Cell in the Provincial Election Commission Office of Lahore. More than 20 complaints were received. The Election Commission postponed the elections in 76 union councils of 8 districts of Sindh and announced new constituencies in 15 days.
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