Cantonment Board polls 2021: PTI luggage most variety of seats, PML-N finishes shut in second place

PTI secures 63 seats in Cantonment Board Elections 2021. Photo: file
PTI secures 63 seats in Cantonment Board Elections 2021. Photo: file  

ISLAMABAD: The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has emerged as the biggest celebration within the Cantonment Board Elections 2021 by securing 63 seats, adopted by the PML-N who got here shut and completed second place, bagging 59 seats from throughout the nation, in accordance with unofficial outcomes.

As per the unofficial and unverified outcomes, the unbiased candidates additionally received large within the election as they secured 52 seats in complete.

Among different Opposition events, the PPP received 17, the Jamaat-e-Islami seven and the Awami National Party (ANP) two. Of the allied events, MQM received 10, whereas Balochistan Awami Party secured two.

PTI luggage KP, PML-N wins most seats in Punjab

PTI received probably the most variety of seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa — 18 — adopted by 28 in Punjab, 14 in Sindh and three in Balochistan.

PML-N received large in Punjab, bagging 51 seats, managing solely 5 in KP, three in Sindh and none in Balochistan.

PPP was surprisingly unable to defeat PTI in Sindh, as an alternative tying with them for 14 seats. The remaining three seats had been received in KP, that means none had been received in both Punjab or Balochistan.

Independent candidates scored large in Punjab, bagging 32 seats. They secured 9 in KP, seven in Sindh and 4 in Balochistan.

MQM received all of its 10 seats in Sindh, whereas JI received 5 in Sindh and two in Punjab.

ANP received two seats in KP, whereas BAP received two in Balochistan.

Over 1500 candidates had been within the fray

In Sunday’s polls, 684 unbiased candidates from throughout the nation had been within the fray whereas 876 candidates from political events had been contesting.

The highest variety of candidates — 183 — had been fielded by the PTI, whereas 144 had been from the PML-N, 113 from the PPP, 104 from the Jamaat-e-Islami, 42 from the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, 35 from the Pak Sarzamin Party, 34 from the PML-Q and 25 candidates from the JUI-F.

Furthermore, 83 candidates of the banned Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan additionally contested the polls.

Of the candidates vying for the full 219 wards throughout 42 cantonment boards, seven candidates had been already elected unopposed. Therefore, the race was held for 212 seats.

In addition, there was no competitors in 4 wards of Kamra, none in a single ward of Rawalpindi and none in a single ward of Pano Aqil.

The polling course of began at 8am and continued until 5pm. Voters contained in the polling station had been in a position to solid their votes regardless of polling time ending. The gates had been closed for these queued exterior.


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