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Punjab Election 2022 Result by Seats Pakistan

  • PTI: 178
  • PML-N: 168
  • PML-Q: 10
  • PPP: 7
  • Independent: 3
  • Rah-e-Haq: 1
Today Election Result

By-Poll Election Results Today Live

Live Election Results Today Pakistan 2022

After voting, vote counting continues. Uninterrupted voting lasted from 8 am to 5 pm amid reports of fights and arrests. The PTI is likely to win a recount of the July 22 Punjab chief minister election, displacing PML-Hamza N’s Shahbaz from power. The PTI won 15 seats, the PML-N won 4, and an independent candidate got 1.

Today Election Result in Lahore, KPK, Pakistan 2022

By winning all of the seats up for grabs in Sunday’s by-elections in Pakistan’s most populous province, Punjab, the opposition party of Pakistan’s recently ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan dealt a severe blow to the country’s central coalition government and may have opened the door for early national elections.

  • Unofficial results from state-run radio Pakistan and independent television stations show Khan’s PTI won 15 of 20 seats.
  • His party officials acknowledged at a late-night press conference that PML-N won four seats and an independent won one.

Today Voting Result Pakistan

The result has given the PTI the needed majority in the province assembly to retake power from the PML-N administration of current Chief Minister Hamza Shabazz, son of Sharif, who took an oath of office just eight weeks ago. The PTI has been in power since 2013.

Punjab Election 2022 Result Live Prediction by Seats

PTI

Const.DistrictCandidate Name
PP-224LodhranAmir Iqbal Shah
PP-158LahoreMian Akram Usman
PP-125JhangMian Azam Chela
PP-170LahoreMalik Zaheer Abbas
PP-282LayyahQaiser Abbas Magsi
PP-97FaisalabadAli Afzal Sahi
PP-140SheikhupuraKhurram Shahzad Virk
PP-90BhakkarIrfan Ullah Niazi
PP-127JhangMehar Nawaz Bharwana
PP-272MuzaffargarhMoazzam Ali Jatoi
PP-83KhushabHassan Aslam Malik
PP-288Dera Ghazi KhanSaif ud Din Khosa
PP-167LahoreShabbir Ahmad Gujjar
PP-202SahiwalGhulam Sarwar
PP-217MultanMakhdoom Zain Qureshi

PML-N

Const.DistrictCandidate Name
PP-273MuzaffargarhMuhammad Sibtain Raza
PP-237BahawalnagarFida Hussain Watto
PP-7RawalpindiRaja Sagheer Ahmad
PP-168LahoreMalik Asad Khokhar

Independent

Const.DistrictCandidate Name
PP-228LodhranRafi ud Din Bukhari

In by-elections conducted in 20 Punjab Assembly districts, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf emerged victorious on 15 seats.

The Election Commission of Pakistan has released unofficial election results, which show that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz won four seats and an independent candidate won one. By-election results show that PTI candidates prevailed in the following constituencies: PP-83 Khushab-2, PP-90 Bhakkar-2, PP-97 Faisalabad-1, PP-125 Jhang-2, PP-127 Jhang-4, PP-140 Sheikhupura-6, PP-158 Lahore-15, PP 167 Lahore-24, PP-170 Lahore-27, PP-202 Sahiwal

Election results showed that PML-N candidates were victorious in all four constituencies where they ran: PP-7 Rawalpindi-2, PP-168 Lahore-25, PP-237 Bahawalnagar-1, and PP-273 Muzaffargarh-6.

By-elections were held for the PP-228 Lodhran-5 constituency, and the only independent candidate won.

Punjab Election Commission Result

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf11166131
Pakistan Muslim League (N)10529723
Independent6244580
Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan1888240
Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians1789780
Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan433960
Pakistan Muslim League392419
Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek237766
Tehreek-e-Labbaik Islam106060
Pakistan Muslim League(Z)97201
Pakistan Awami Raj94257
Pakistan National Muslim League51213
Pakistan Human Party37522
All Pakistan Muslim League23750
Pakistan Kissan Ittehad(Ch. Anwar)21003
Pakistan Peoples Party19357
Pakistan Sunni Tehreek19072
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Nazriati13674
National Party9637
Awami Workers Party4688
Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party4191
Grand Democratic Alliance3528
Roshan Pakistan League3447
Awami Party Pakistan-S2582
Sunni Ittehad Council2560
Pak Sarzameen Party2411
Pakistan Justice & Democratic Party2045
Aam Log Party Pakistan1372
Pakistan Freedom Movement1325
Pakistan Quami Yakjehti Party1308
Pakistan Peoples Party (Shaheed Bhutto)1247
Mustaqbil Pakistan1160
Pakistan Falah Party1071
Aam Admi Tehreek Pakistan865
Muttahidda Ulema-e-Mashaikh Council of Pakistan752
Mutahidda Qabail Party745
Saraiskistan Democratic Party675
All Pakistan Muslim League (jinnah)553
Amun Taraqqi Party537
Aam Awam Party514
Awami Justice Party Pakistan501
Jamiat Ulama-e-Pakistan  (Noorani)456
Awami National Party408
Jamhoori Wattan Party404
Pakistan Muslim League Orginization386
Pakistan Awami League373
Tehreek Jawanan Pakistan319
Move on Pakistan301
Tehreek Tabdili Nizam Pakistan279
Barabri Party Pakistan268
Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam Pakistan (S)230
Front National (Pakistan)225
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-Gulalai220
Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan213
Islami Jamhoori Ittehad Pakistan114
Jannat Pakistan Party109
All Pakistan Minority Movement98
Peoples Movement of Pakistan (PMP)79
Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party71
National Peace Council Party34
Pakistan Muslim Alliance31
Awam League31
Pakistan Aman Party30

Punjab Election Result 2022 Date

On July 17, 2022, there were by-elections conducted in the province of Punjab, Pakistan, to elect 20 members of the Provincial Assembly of the province of Punjab. The PML-N led coalition government of Chief Minister Hamza Shahbaz was effectively brought to an end as a result of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-massive Insaf’s win on 15 of the 20 seats.

Next CM Election in Punjab

The National Assembly will convene on July 27, 2022, at 4:00 p.m. in Islamabad. In exercise of proviso to rule 4 of the Parliament (Joint Sittings) Rules, 1973, the Hon. Speaker has called a Joint Sitting for Monday, 22 August 2022 at 4 p.m. in the Parliament House, Islamabad. 10:30 AM: Public Accounts Committee (PAC) meeting (postponed) at Committee Room No.2 Parliament House.

Pakistan Election 2023

In Pakistan, general elections are scheduled to take place less than sixty days after the dissolution of the National Assembly, which is scheduled to take place on the 13th of August 2023, unless dissolved earlier, in which case the election shall be held within ninety days after the dissolution of the National Assembly. If the National Assembly dissolves earlier than its scheduled date, the election shall take place within ninety days after the dissolution. This indicates that the election must take place on or before October 12, 2023 at the very latest.

Election Commission of Pakistan

The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is a permanent, independent, autonomous federal body responsible for organising and conducting elections to the national parliament, provincial legislatures, local governments, and the office of President of Pakistan, as well as delimitating constituencies and preparing electoral rolls. According to Pakistan’s Constitution, the Commission ensures that elections are conducted honestly, justly, fairly, and lawfully, and that corrupt activities are avoided. The Election Commission was created on 23 March 1956 and has been modified multiple times.

Pakistan’s Election Commission will hold municipal elections in Punjab twice. Attock, Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Gujrat, Hafizabad, Jhelum, Khanewal, Khushab, Layyah, Mandi Bahauddin, Muzaffargarh, Pakpattan, Rajanpur, Sahiwal, Sialkot, Toba Tek Singh, and Vehari are in Phase 1. Local elections will be conducted in 17 districts on June 9, 2022. The public elects Zilla Council, District councils, Neighbourhood council and Village council representatives. We’ll tell you about the Phase 1 Punjab municipal election. Local government election 2022 phase I news, information, candidate list, and detail result of all general members, youth members, disabled councillors, non-Muslim members, minorities councillors, women members, peasant / worker members, councillors, mayor, deputy mayor, and chairman seat.

What is Zimni Election in Pakistan

Zimni Elections replace empty seats due to resignation, disqualification, or death. Since its founding, Pakistan has had zimni elections. These by-elections drew 175 candidates from Punjab. 731 voting locations were for males, 700 for women, and 1700 were mixed. 1304 voting locations are considered sensitive, while 690 are very sensitive. Four Lahore and one Multan polling locations are sensitive.

By-election 2022 Result

CONSTITUENCY-WINNER-WINNING PARTY-VOTES-RUNNER-UP-RUNNER-UP PARTY

ConstituencyWinnerWinning PartyVotesRunner-upRunner-up PartyVOTES
PP 237 Bhawalnagar IFida HussainPML-N59920Syed Aftab RazaPTI27588
PP 90 Bhakkar IIIrfan Ullah Khan NiaziPTI75464Saeed Akbar KhanPML-N64095
PP 272 Muzaffargarh VMuhammad Moazzam Ali KhanPTI43536Syeda Zehra Basit BukhariPML-N34123
PP 97 Faisalabad IAli Afzal SahiPTI64865Mohammad AjmalPML-N51631
PP202 Sahiwal VIIMaj (r) Muhammad Ghulam SarwarPTI62298Malik Nauman Ahmed LangriyalPML-N59161
PP 83 Khushab IIMalik Hassan Aslam KhanPTI50749Muhammad Asif MalikIndependent43587
PP 288 Dera Ghazi Khan IVSardar Mohd Saif ud Din KhosaPTI58166Abdul Qadir KhanPML-N32212
PP 273 Muzaffargarh VIMuhammad Sibtain RazaPML-N52631Yasir Arfat KhanPTI46903
PP 168 Lahore XXVMalik Asad Ali KhokharPML-N26169Muhammad Nawaz AwanPTI15767
PP 127 Jhang IVMehar Muhammad NawazPTI67362Mehr Muhammad AslamPML-N43483
PP 125 Jhang IIMian Muhammad AzamPTI82382Faisal HayatPML-N52178
PP 228 Lodhran VSyed Muhammad Rafi ud DinIndependent45020Izzat Javaid KhanPTI38338
PP 7 Rawalpindi IIMuhammad Shabir AwanPTI51593Raja Sageer AhmedPML-N51052
PP 170 Lahore XXVIIMalik Zaheer AbbasPTI24688Muhammad Amin ZulqarnainPML-N17519
PP 167 Lahore XXIVShabir AhmadPTI40511Nazir Ahmad ChohanPML-N26473
PP 158 Lahore XVMian Muhammad Akram UsmanPTI37463Rana AhsanPML-N31906
PP 224 Lodhran IMuhammad Amir Iqbal ShahPTI69881Zawar Hussain warraichPML-N56214
PP 217 Multan VIIMakhdoom Zain Hussain QureshiPTI47349Muhammad SalmanPML-N40425
PP 282 Layyah IIIQaisar Abbas KhanPTI43922Muhammad Tahir RandhawaPML-N29726
PP 140 Sheikhupura VIKhurram Shehzad VirkPTI49734Mian Khalid MehmoodPML-N32812

What is by-election in Pakistan?

When a seat in the National Assembly or one of the four provincial legislatures becomes empty for any of the following reasons: resignation, death, disqualification, or de-notification of any elected member, by-elections are conducted to fill the void. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) is in charge of both organizing and carrying out the process of holding by-elections, regardless of whether they are being held in a single seat or a group of constituencies. After the counting of the votes in the by-elections is finished, it releases the results of the elections.

Related: Baldiyati Election 2022 KPK Result and Party Position

Pakistan National Assembly

Pakistan’s National Assembly, also known as the Aiwan-e-Zair, is the lower legislative house of Pakistan’s bicameral Parliament, which also includes Pakistan’s Senate. In Pakistani, the National Assembly is also known as the Aiwan-e-Zair. Parliament House in Islamabad serves as the meeting location for both the National Assembly and the Senate.

Punjab Assembly Members

The day-long vote on 20 Punjab Assembly seats, considered a game-changer for the country’s politics, finished amid minor skirmishes and irregularities at 14 polling stations. Unofficial results revealed the PTI was in a dominating lead and ready to win. Even before formal announcements, journalists, lawmakers, and pundits flocked to twitter to congratulate PTI and advise PML-N.

Punjab Assembly Result

Lahore, Pakistan serves as the seat of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab, which is Pakistan’s only unicameral legislature. It is composed of elected legislators from the province of Punjab. In accordance with Article 106 of the Constitution of Pakistan, the Assembly was given a total of 371 seats, 297 of which were general seats, 66 of which were designated for women, and eight of which were reserved for those who were not Muslim.

Punjab Assembly Seats Party Wise

Party NameNo of SeatsSupport
PTI178PTI + PML-Q
PML-N168PML-N Coalition
PML-Q10PTI + PML-Q
PPP7PML-N Coalition
Independent3PML-N Coalition
Rah-e-Haq1PML-N Coalition
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