Election Results 2024 Live Unofficial Results of NA and PP

Check Online Unofficial Election Results 2024

As the nation eagerly awaits the official Election Results 2024 in Pakistan, the air is filled with anticipation and excitement. While the final verdict is yet to be announced, the unofficial live results of the National Assembly (NA) and Provincial Assembly (PP) elections are pouring in, providing a glimpse into the possible outcomes of this highly contested political event. Citizens nationwide are glued to their screens, eagerly following the updates and analyzing the trends as the electoral landscape takes shape. With multiple political parties vying for seats and the fate of candidates hanging in the balance, these unofficial results offer a preliminary insight into the ever-evolving political landscape of Pakistan.

 Live Unofficial Election Results 2024 of NA and PP

Following the completion of the general elections nationwide, the crucial process of vote counting began, unveiling the initial unofficial and inconclusive results.

  • In NA-1, encompassing Upper Dir and Lower Chitral, JUI’s Muhammad Talha Mehmood secured the lead with 500 votes, while PPP’s Fazil Rabbi claimed the second position with 300 votes.
  • Moving to NA-3 in Swat, an independent candidate took the lead with 103 votes, with PML-N’s Wajid Ali Khan trailing in second place with 68 votes.
  • In the constituency of NA-5 covering Upper Dir, JI’s Sahibzada Tariqullah secured the first position with 178 votes, followed closely by independent candidate Sahibzada Sibghatullah with 130 votes.
  • NA-6, centered around Lower Dir 1, witnessed independent candidate Muhammad Bashir Khan taking the lead with 2015 votes, while JI’s Siraj-ul-Haq secured the second position with 1147 votes.
  • In NA-7 Lower Dir-II, based on results from three polling stations out of 308, independent candidate Mehboob Shah claimed the lead with 965 votes, with Muhammad Ismail of Jamaat-e-Islami securing the second position with 354 votes.
  • For NA-9 Malakand, out of 348 polling stations, independent candidate Junaid Akbar emerged as the frontrunner with 411 votes, while PPP’s Syed Ahmed Ali claimed the second position with 75 votes.
  • Turning to NA-16 Abbottabad 1, the results from 12 polling stations out of 464 revealed PML-N’s Murtaza Javed Abbasi in the lead with 2164 votes, followed by independent candidate Ali Asghar Khan with 1961 votes.
  • From NA-23 Mardan, PTI’s leader and supported independent candidate Ali Muhammad Khan took the lead with 191 votes, with ANP’s Ahmed Khan securing the second position with 31 votes.
  • In NA-43, results from a polling station showed Dawar Khan Kundi in the lead with 701 votes, followed by JUI’s Asad Mehmood with 550 votes.
  • For NA-46, an inconclusive result from one polling station indicated PML-N’s Aqeel Khan leading with 101 votes, and independent candidate Aamir Masood Mughal in the second position with 36 votes.
  • In the highly contested NA-47 Islamabad, unofficial results showed PML-N’s Tariq Fazal Chaudhry leading with 359 votes, while PTI’s Shoaib Shaheen trailed closely with 350 votes.
  • For NA-48, one of the 261 polling stations reported independent candidate Syed Muhammad Ali Bukhari in the lead with 125 votes, and independent candidate Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar in the second position with 38 votes.
  • Moving to NA-52 Rawalpindi cum Murree, results from 10 polling stations out of 541 revealed PPP’s Raja Pervez Ashraf leading with 2002 votes, and PML-N’s Raja Javed Ikhlas securing the second position with 1617 votes.
  • In Jhelum 1, NA-60, unofficial results from polling stations indicated independent candidate Hassaan Addel in the lead with 570 votes, followed by independent candidate Chaudhry Zahid Akhtar with 519 votes.
  • For NA-76 Narowal 2, results from 10 out of 414 polling stations showed PML-N’s Ahsan Iqbal leading with 2715 votes, while independent candidate Javed Safdar Khalo secured the second position with 1447 votes.
  • In Gujranwala 5, NA-81, incomplete results from polling stations displayed PML-N’s Azhar Qayyum Nahra in the lead with 2244 votes, and independent candidate Chaudhry Bilal Ijaz in the second position with 1600 votes.
  • Moving to NA-88 Khushab 2, results from 45 out of 331 polling stations revealed Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party’s (IPP) Gul Asghar Khan Baghoor leading with 12,710 votes, followed by independent candidate Muhammad Moazzam Shar with 10,200 votes.
  • In Faisalabad, NA-102, unofficial results indicated independent candidate Changez Khan Kakar leading with 319 votes, while PML-N’s Abid Sher Ali secured the second position with 228 votes.
  • For NA-103, incomplete results from a polling station showed independent candidate Muhammad Ali Sarfaraz in the lead with 530 votes, and Muslim League (N)’s Haji Muhammad Akram Ansari securing the third position with 351 votes.
  • Turning to NA 119, out of 338 polling stations, unofficial results from two stations indicated Maryam Nawaz of Muslim League (N) leading with 1175 votes, followed by independent candidate Shahzad Farooq with 503 votes.
  • In NA-122, tough competition emerged, with unofficial results showing PTI-backed candidate Sardar Latif Khosa in the lead with 567 votes, and PML-N candidate Khawaja Saad Rafique in the second position with 345 votes.
  • For NA-127 Lahore 11, out of 337 polling stations, unofficial results from two stations revealed Peoples Party’s Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in the lead with 1386 votes, and Muslim League (N)’s Attaullah Tarar securing the second position with 612 votes.
  • In NA-128, results from polling stations showed IPP’s Aun Chaudhry leading with 2199 votes, while PTI’s independent candidate Salman Akram Raja secured the second position with 1872 votes.
  • For NA-148, in five polling stations, Yousuf Raza Gilani of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) claimed the lead with 522 votes, followed by independent candidate Taimur Altaf Malik with 400 votes.
  • In NA-151, PML-N’s Abdul Ghaffar secured the lead with 341 votes, and independent candidate Meher Bano Qureshi followed in the second position with 290 votes.
  • For NA-157, incomplete results from a polling station indicated PML-N’s Syed Sajid Mehdi in the lead with 332 votes, and Bilal Akbar Bhatti in the second position with 234 votes.
  • Turning to NA-166, incomplete results from a polling station showed PTI-supported independent candidate Kishwar leading with 290 votes, and PML-N’s Bahawal Abbasi in the second position with 100 votes.
  • In NA-172, partial results from a polling station showed independent candidate Javed Iqbal Waraich in the lead with 340 votes, and PML-N’s Mian Imtiaz Ahmed in the second position with 280 votes.
  • For NA-188, results from a polling station revealed PML-N’s Hafeez-ur-Rehman Khan Darisht leading with 301 votes, while independent candidate Sardar Ahmad Khan Darisht secured the second position with 288 votes.
  • In NA-202, out of 305 polling stations, unofficial results from 21 stations indicated PPP’s Nafeesa Shah leading with 4621 votes, and Grand Democratic Alliance’s Syed Ghos Ali Shah in the second position with 1500 votes.
  • For NA-210 Sanghar, from one of the 2,459 polling stations, incomplete and unofficial results revealed Grand Democratic Alliance’s Saira Bano in the lead with 206 votes, followed by Jamaat-e-Islami’s Kamran Aziz with 111 votes.
  • In NA-226 Jamshoro, out of 452 polling stations, 33 stations reported inconclusive and unofficial results. According to these results, PPP’s Malik Asad Sikandar claimed the lead with 15670 votes, and GDA’s Syed Munir Haider secured the second position with 2044 votes.
  • For NA-234, incomplete results from a polling station showed independent candidate Faheem Khan in the lead with 135 votes, and Multahidda Qoumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P)Moin Ameer Pirzada in the second position with 96 votes.
  • In NA-250 Karachi Central 4, incomplete and unofficial results from one of the 307 polling stations indicated Farhan Chishti of MQM-P leading with 450 votes, while Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman of Jamaat-e-Islami secured the second position with 227 votes.
  • Turning to NA-258, inconclusive and unofficial results from a polling station revealed National Party’s Pulla leading with 99 votes, and PML-N’s Mir Aslam Bilidi securing the second position with 89 votes.
  • In NA-259 Katch Kam area, Gwadar, out of 272 polling stations, results from two stations revealed National Party’s Dr. Abdul Malik in the lead with 80 votes. At the same time, independent candidate Yakub Bizenjo secured the second position with 17 votes.
  • In NA-260, detailed results are awaited.
  • For NA-261, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri has taken the lead with 94 votes, surpassing PPP’s Sanaullah Zehri, who secured 53 votes.
  • Details for NA-262, NA-263, NA-264 are currently unavailable.
  • In NA-265, JUI-F’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman is in the lead with 3,467 votes, outpacing Pakhtunkhwa National Awami Party’s Khushal Kakar, who garnered 1,265 votes.
  • NA-266 sees PkMAP’s Mehmood Achakzai leading with 2,560 votes, while JUI’s Salahuddin trails with 1,245 votes.
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