MULTAN: The judgment PTI can not win a single seat in Multan in Cantonment Board polls on Sunday while the PML-N appears to be losing ground in its garrison Gujranwala department.
According to the unofficial outcomes of the 10 wards, the PML-N won one seat while independent candidates won the continuing to be seats. The PTI fielded its candidates in 5 of the wards as well as sustained the PML-Q applicant at one location. Of the 5 candidates the PML-N fielded, Akhtar Rasool Faridi won the political election in Ward No 3.
The independent champions are: Rana Muhammad Ashraf, Ghulam Jilani, Sheikh Waheed Qureshi, Malik Bilal Khani, Sana Akbar, Shamshad Ali Ansari, Yaqoob Nasir, retired Maj Sadiq Zaeem and Khurshid Khan.
The polling procedure was quit at a women’s polling booth of Ward No 4 after a clash in between the advocates of the two prospects.
Violence at many areas quickly disrupted the polling process
The cops released at the polling station controlled the scenario after which the ballot was resumed.
Resources stated PTI’s former south Punjab head of state Noor Khan Bhabha dispersed celebration tickets by overlooking the MNA worried. Likewise, the PML-N tickets were dispersed by party’s NA-154 ticket-holder Salman Qureshi over which the various other neighborhood leaders were dissatisfied. The PTI MNA and also neighborhood leaders of the PML-N fielded their candidates as independents that ultimately won, resources claimed.
GUJRAT: Polling for the political election of three Cantonment boards of Gujranwala region (Gujranwala, Sialkot and Kharian) and two of Jhelum district (Jhelum and also Mangla) largely stayed tranquil. 2 teams of the PTI fans encountered each other at party’s polling camp outside a ballot terminal in Ward No 2 of Sialkot. Some media personnel additionally were manhandled by these teams for covering the clash.
According to the informal results, the PTI prospects secured most seats in Gujranwala and also Jhelum areas and also the PML-N was at the 2nd setting. The PTI landed six seats in Gujranwala Cantonment Board’s 10 seats, complied with by two seats each by the PML-N as well as independents. In Sialkot, the PML-N secured 3 seats and also the PTI 2.
The ruling party got hold of 2 seats each in Kharian and also Jhelum Cantonments and also in Mangla Cantonment, the PML-N and an independent prospect nabbed one seat each.
The PTI, the PML-N, the PML-Q and also the JI fielded their prospects in both wards of Kharian Cantt whereas the PPP and also TLP fielded their one prospect in Ward Nos 1 and 2 respectively.
Gujrat Area Policeman Umar Salamat, Deputy Commissioner Mehtab Waseem as well as Political Election Monitoring Police officer Amir Shahzad examined the ballot process in Kharian.
Fahim Ali, president of Kharian Cantonment, informed Dawn that wheelchairs had actually been provided whatsoever the polling stations for the use of seniors or physically tested citizens. He stated closed-circuit television cams (CCTVs) had been set up even inside the ballot stations. Gujranwala region called a stronghold of the PML-N in main Punjab seems to be slipping away from the hands of the event as far as the outcomes of political elections in the past couple of months are concerned. The PML-N had previously faced loss on the 4 seats of the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly in Gujranwala division as well as the bypoll on a Punjab Setting up seat of Sialkot.
The PML-N has actually showed a disappointing performance in Kharian board which has been a crucial metropolitan part of NA-71, the constituency of celebration’s Gujranwala area head of state MNA Abid Raza Kotla who had actually previously dealt with loss at the ballot stations for AJ&K political elections in July 25.
OKARA: Law enforcers apprehended four people with weapons in parts of the army ranches villages during the political elections.
Ahmad Ramzan Niazi was held with a kalashnikov, a gun and also bullets at 25/4L village, Haroon with a kalashinkov, Aslam with a semi-automatic rifle and 60 bullets and also Muhammad Ramiz with kalashnikov. The Cantt authorities on the report of SI Muhammad Munir, ASIs Sher Muhammad, Muhammad Sharif and also Abdul Majid signed up situations.
According to the informal outcomes, PTI ticket-holder Chaudhry Shahzad Shafi won the seat in ward 1, independent prospect Umair Khadim won in ward 2, Nadeem Anwar Bhatti (independent) won in ward 3, Raja Mubasshar Hussain Janjua (independent) won in ward 4 and Iqbal Hussain Shah (independent) won in ward 5.
BAHAWALPUR: The PML-N won three seats and the PTI two in the five wards in Bahawalpur, claim informal results.
The PML-Q led by government priest Tariq Bashir Cheema that had fielded candidates could not win a solitary seat in the Cantonment Board election.
In the recount of votes in ward 4, PML-N’s Muhammad Ali was proclaimed winner versus PTI’s Andul Hameed Baloch that was ahead in the initial counting. Other winners are: PTI’s Rehan Bin Javed (ward 1), PML-N’s Abdul Malik (ward 2), PTI’s Muhammad Akhtar Baloch (ward 3) as well as PML-N’s Abdul Khaliq (ward 5).
The polling at the 18 terminals in the 5 wards stayed peaceful amid safety procedures by authorities as well as Rangers.
SARGODHA: 5 independent prospects won the elections in Sargodha. The PTI nabbed 3 seats and the PML-N 2. Three of the independent prospects were supported by the ruling event.
The victors are: PTI’s Muhammad Awais Zahoor (ward 1), independent candidate Muhammad Shahzad Anwar (ward 2), PML-N’s Bilal Khalid Warraich (ward 3), independent Nasir Mehmood Kharal (ward 4), independent Umar Farooq (ward 5), independent Tauqir Ashraf Gujjar (ward 6), PML-N’s Muhammad Zafar Khan (ward 7), independent Khan Mehmood Ahmad Virk (ward 8), PTI’s Muhammad Asif (ward 9) as well as PTI’s Muhammad Arshad (ward 10).
TOBA TEK SINGH: Independent candidates Munir Ahmad Sindhila and also Zahid Mustafa won in both wards.
The winning prospects led rallies on Shorkot Cantonment roadways after the outcomes were introduced. Earlier in the day, they brought the citizens to the ballot terminals by automobiles embellished with posters.