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Polling for fifty two vacant seats of Senate ended in the national assembly and 4 provincial assemblies. The unofficial outcomes have started pouring in while counting is underway.

Polling for fifty two vacant seats of Senate ended in the national assembly and 4 provincial assemblies. The unofficial outcomes have started pouring in while counting is underway.

In line with the unofficial effects, applicants subsidized through the ruling PML-N have bagged maximum of the seats in Punjab and Islamabad.

Initial reviews say 12 applicants subsidized via PML-N were elected as Senators on 14 seats – two from Islamabad and 10 from Punjab.

FATA – There were 24 candidates within the run for four FATA seats.

> a complete of four candidates of FATA have received their coveted berths in Senate by means of securing seven votes each.

In keeping with unofficial effects, Senator designate Hidayatullah, Hilal-ur-Rehman, Shamim Muhammad Afridi and Mirza Muhammad Afridi could represent FATA in Senate for next six years time period.

Balochistan – 23 candidates are inside the run for eleven seats

> The ruling PML-N has suffered a setback in Balochistan meeting wherein independent applicants have secured five out of 7 trendy seats, whilst JUI and national party have secured one seat every.

No PMLN-subsidized candidate has been elected within the provincial assembly.

Islamabad – 5 candidates contested for two seats

> consistent with unofficial and provisional results, PML (N) supported candidates have received both the Senate seats from the Federal Capital Territory.

Former Minister for statistics and Broadcasting Mushahid Hussain Syed and son of former prime Minister Muhammad Khan Junejo, Asad Ali Khan Junejo had been elected as Senators for Islamabad.

In step with unofficial effects, the candidates sponsored by way of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) gained the elections with clear majority on one technocrat and one preferred seat.

Consistent with info, Mushahid Hussain Syed secured 223 votes on technocrat seat while PPPP Candidate Raja Shakil Abbasi remained runner up by securing sixty four votes.

13 votes had been rejected via the officers.

Asad Ali Khan Junejo changed into declared successful on fashionable seat of Islamabad by securing 214 votes.

Raja Imran Ashraf of PPP were given handiest 45 votes even as Kanwal Shozef who were given 32 votes. Nine votes had been termed rejected on this contest.

As many as 300 MNAs solid their votes on one every seat of trendy and technocrat from Islamabad.

Punjab – 20 applicants were inside the discipline for 12 seats

> according to unofficial outcomes, 11 PML-N supported candidates were elected Senators from Punjab.

The winning applicants are Dr. Asif Kirmani, Dr. Musaddiq Malik, Haroon Akhtar, Rana Maqbool, Shaheen Butt and Zubair Gul against general seats; Ishaq Dar and Hafiz Abdul Karim towards technocrat seats and Saadia Abbasi and Nuzhat Abbasi in opposition to seats reserved for ladies.

PML (N) supported Kamran Michael has been elected towards the seat reserved for minorities.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar on received Senate wellknown seat from Punjab with the aid of acquiring forty four votes in opposition to his competitor Rana Mehmood-ul-Hassan, who secured 40 votes, according to unofficial effects.

Sindh – 33 applicants had been in the run for 12 seats

> consistent with unofficial results, 10 PPP candidates have been elected Senators from Sindh, with a setback for MQM. Pakistan Muslim League useful (PML-N) won only one seat for Muzaffar Shah.

In a blow to PPP, Mian Raza Rabbani, the ex-Senate Chairman, failed to keep his seat from Sindh.

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PPP’s triumphing applicants are: Murtaza Wahab, Maula Bux Chandio, Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar and Ali Jamot on widespread Seats; Dr Sikandar Mandhero and Rukhsana Zuberi on technocrat seats; Krishna Kohli and Quratulain Marri on girls’s seats; and Anwar Lal Dean and minorities seat.

As many as 161 votes have been polled, out of 166 total votes.

General power of the meeting is 168, MPAs died and have been now not changed with new elected contributors while five MPAs – 4 from MQM-P and one from PPP could not cast their vote.

MQM suffered a setback with the victory of most effective one candidate Farogh Naseem, who secured 14 votes.

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