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Election 2024: Key Results and Analysis

Election 2024: Key Results and Analysis

Infostani International: The entire Pakistan nation is focused on the 2024 election result board where arch-rivals PML-N and PTI, along with independent candidates, are engaged in a heated battle. As of 4 pm, Feb 9, the outcome remains uncertain, with both expected results and surprises on the horizon.


Here’s a roundup of key players and their performances in the elections:

Key Election Results in Lahore and Mansehra

Maryam Nawaz secured victory in NA-119, Lahore, marking her first-ever National Assembly win with 83,855 votes. She was followed by PTI-backed Shehzad Farooq, who garnered 68,376 votes.

In a notable development, PML-N leader Shehbaz Sharif won the NA-123 seat in Lahore with 63,953 votes, while PTI-backed Afzal Azeem Pahat trailed with 48,486 votes. Additionally, Shehbaz clinched the PP-158 seat with 38,642 votes, with PTI-backed Yousuf Ali as the runner-up.

However, former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif faced defeat in Mansehra’s NA-15, securing 80,382 votes against PTI-backed Shahzada Mohammad Gustasif Khan’s 105,249 votes.

Continuing the streak of victories for the Sharif family, Hamza Shehbaz emerged triumphant in NA-118, Lahore, defeating PTI-backed Aliya Hamza Malik with 105,960 votes to her 100,803 votes.

In other races, PML-N chief Javed Latif lost in NA-115, Sheikhupura III, securing 94,144 votes compared to PTI-backed Khurram Shahzad Virk’s 130,255 votes.

Election 2024: Key Results and Analysis

Key PTI Victories and Upsets in Various Constituencies

PTI leader Gohar Ali Khan secured victory in NA-10, Buner, with 110,023 votes, while ANP’s Abdul Rauf trailed with 30,302 votes.

Former National Assembly speaker Asad Qaiser, another prominent figure from PTI, won NA-19, Swabi, with 115,635 votes, defeating JUI-F’s Fazal Ali who secured 45,567 votes.

Omar Ayub Khan emerged victorious in NA-18, Haripur, with 192,984 votes, while PML-N’s Babar Nawaz Khan came second with 112,389 votes.

Jamaat-i-Islami chief Sirajul Haq faced defeat in NA-6, Lower Dir I, securing 56,538 votes against PTI-backed Muhammad Bashir Khan’s 81,060 votes.

Former PTI leader Noor Alam Khan, who recently joined JUI-F, won NA-28, Peshawar I, with 138,389 votes, defeating PTI-backed Sajid Nawaz Khan.

In a significant upset, PTI leader Ali Amin Gandapur defeated JUI-F chief Fazlur Rehman in NA-44, DI Khan, with 93,443 votes against 59,922 votes.

Key Results in Specific Constituencies

PPP leader Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari maintained the party’s stronghold in Sindh, winning NA-196, Qamber Shahdkot, with 85,370 votes, while Nasir Mehmood from JUI-P came in second with 34,449 votes.

Former President Asif Ali Zardari secured victory in NA-207, Shaheed Benazirabad, with 146,989 votes, while PTI-backed independent candidate Sardar Sher Muhammad Rind Baloch came second with 51,916 votes.

In a power clash between the Gilani and Qureshi families in Multan, Syed Ali Musa Gilani won NA-151 with 79,080 votes, defeating PTI-backed Meher Bano Qureshi.

PTI-Parliamentarian founder Pervez Khattak faced a significant defeat in NA-33, Nowshera, losing to Syed Shah Ahad Ali Shah by a massive margin of 66,000 votes.

Other Constituencies’ Highlights

ANP leader Aimal Wali Khan suffered a major loss in NA-25, Charsadda II, securing 67,876 votes while PTI-backed Fazal Muhammad Khan emerged victorious with 100,713 votes.

Former Chief Minister of Balochistan, Akhtar Mengal, won NA-261 from Balochistan (Surab-Kalat-Mastung) with 3,404 votes, with PPP’s Sardar Sanaullah Zehri coming in second with 2,871 votes.

The battle in NA-231 (Malir III) saw a close contest, with PPP’s Abdul Hakeem Baloch narrowly defeating PTI-backed Khalid Mahmood Ali by a slim margin of 389 votes, securing 43,634 votes to Ali’s 43,245 votes.