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Final Lists of the Contesting Candidates for the General Elections - 2008 (Form-V)
OVER ALL NATIONAL ASSEMBLY RESULTS - Election 2008
OVER ALL Provincial ASSEMBLY RESULTS - Election 2008
Following Results According to GEO NEWS
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Last edited by Kaleem; 02-19-2008 at 02:32 AM.
Political Party Name
1.Awami National PartyLANTERN512.Labour Party PakistanAPPLE993.Mohajir Kashmir MovementCANDLE174.Muttahida Qaumi Movement PakistanKITE475.Pak Muslim AllianceFISH326.Pakistan Awami PartyBULB137.Pakistan Democratic PartyUMBRELLA918.Pakistan Freedom PartyEAGLE1149.Pakistan Gharib PartyCHAIR2110.Pakistan Ittehad TehreekBUTTERFLY1611.Pakistan Muslim League(N)TIGER8412.Pakhtoonkhawa Milli Awami PartyTREE8813.Pakistan Peoples Party (Shaheed Butto)FIST3114.Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao)CHIRAGH(LAMP)2015.Pakistan Peoples Party ParliamentariansARROW116.Seraiki Sooba Movement PakistanKNIFE4817.Sunni TehreekTABLE (LAMP)7818.Tameer-e-Pakistan PartyHAMMER4019 Tehrik-e-istaqlal (Rehmat khan Wardag)HELICOPTER4120 Balochistan National Party (Awami)CAMEL10621 National Peoples PartyTRACTOR8722 Awami Himayat Tehreek PakistanHOCKEY12123 Pakistan Muslim LeagueBICYLE524 Pakistan Muslim League (F)ROSE6625 Tehrik-e-Istiqlal Pakistan (Muhammad Ikram Nagra)SICKLE69A26 National PartySAW7127 Pakistan Citizen MovementDOVE2828 Jamait Ahle-Hadith Pakistan (Elahi Zaheer)REVOLVER13729 Pakistan Citizen MovementTOWER14330 Pakistan Tehrek-e-InqalabSTAR14131 Pakistan Qaumi LeagueKEY12332 Bedar PakistanAEROPLANE9733 Pakistan Social Justice PartyMAP12734 Pakistan Qaumi PartyTURBAN9035 Azad Pakistan PartyCOW2636 Sindh United PartyPEN13338 PasbanHORSE4239 Hazara Democratic PartyCRESCENT10940 Pakistan Muhafiz PartyPEACOCK13241 Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (S)LADDER5042 Markazi Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan(Friends Korner)CAP1943 Pakistan Brohi PartyGHULAIL3744 Balochistan National PartyAXE245 Roshan Pakistan PartyBAT346 Jamiat Ulama-e-Pakistan (Niazi)LOCK5347 Mutthida Majlis-e-Amal PakistanBOOK1048 Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP)Wheel49 Punjab National PartySpade
Voting started in Pakistan so lets c ......
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is holding general elections for 839 seats of the national and provincial assemblies and at least 81 million voters will exercise their rights of franchise by casting votes across the country.
Polling for 268 seats of the national assembly and 570 seats of the provincial assemblies will kick off at 8.00 A.M. in the morning, which will continue without any break until 5.00 P.M. in the evening. All arrangements have been finalized for making the election process transparent and peaceful.
Secretary Election Commission Kanwar Dilshad announced to postpone the polling in NA-37 Parachinar-2. Earlier, the elections was postponed in NA-42 Tribal area VII in view of the bad law and order, while in NA-119 Lahore-II due to the death of a candidate Tariq Banday and in NA-207 Larkana cum Shikarpur due to PPP Chairperson Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto's murder in suicide attack. Elections would be held later on in these constituencies.
In four Punjab Assembly constituencies—PP171, PP141, PP99 and PP70—the elections would be held later on owing the demise of the candidates from their respective constituencies.
In three NWFP Assembly constituencies—PF92, PF81, PF59—the elections have also been postponed owing to the demise of candidates.
There are 2,234 candidates contesting for the 269 general seats of the national assembly, while 5,017 candidates are contesting for 570 seats of the provincial assemblies and elections in the 7 constituencies out of the 577 would be held later on.
There are 262 candidates for NA seats in NWFP; 179 candidates for 11 FATA seats; 34 candidates on two Islamabad seats; 999 candidates on 147 Punjab seats; 617 candidates on 60 Sindh seats and there are 43 candidates in Balochistan are contesting on 14 NA seats.
There are 2272 candidates contesting for 293 seats of Punjab provincial assembly; 1468 candidates for 130 seats of Sindh Assembly; 736 candidates for 96 seats of NWFP Assembly and 541 candidates are contesting for 51 seats of Balochistan Assembly.
Following the completion of polling, counting will start. Transparent ballot boxes--one for the national assembly and another for the provincial assembly, will be kept for casting of the votes. Over 160 million ballot papers--the white one for the national assembly and the green one for the provincial assembly, have been printed for this purpose.
Election Commission has set up over 64,000 polling stations all across the country-382 polling stations in Islamabad, over 37,600 in Punjab, over 13,400 in Sindh, over 8,100 in NWFP, over 3,400 in Balochistan, while 1,122 polling stations set up in FATA, where more than 5,61,000 presiding officers, assistant presiding officers and polling officers will be posted.
All major parties of the country were participating in the elections, which included Pakistan People's Party, Pakistan Muslim League-Q, Awami National Party, Muttahida Qaumi Movement and Muslim League-N, besides a large number of independent candidates are in the field.
Strong contingents of Police and Rangers have been posted at the polling stations for meeting any eventualities and maintaining law and order, besides army will remain stand-by for their help. Polling will be held on the 269 seats of the 272 general seats.
On the polls day today, Pakistan army has considerable presence in sensitive areas of the country.
Counting begins as polling for general elections ends
ISLAMABAD: The voters cast their votes for national and provincial assemblies elections in Pakistan on Monday amid stringent security measures.
In various incidents of violence 19 persons including a woman were killed and several others wounded.
Polling kicked off at 8:00 am Monday throughout the country and concluded at 05:00 pm, after which counting has been started.
Transparent ballot boxes--one for the national assembly and another for the provincial assembly, were kept for casting of the votes. Over 160 million ballot papers--the white one for the national assembly and the green one for the provincial assembly, were printed.
Election Commission has set up over 64,000 polling stations all across the country-382 polling stations in Islamabad, over 37,600 in Punjab, over 13,400 in Sindh, over 8,100 in NWFP, over 3,400 in Balochistan, while 1,122 polling stations set up in FATA, where more than 5,61,000 presiding officers, assistant presiding officers and polling officers were posted.
The election commission has postponed the polling in NA-37 Parachinar-2. Earlier, the election was postponed in NA-42 Tribal area VII in view of the bad law and order, while in NA-119 Lahore-II due to the death of a candidate Tariq Banday and in NA-207 Larkana cum Shikarpur due to PPP Chairperson Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto's murder in suicide attack. Elections would be held later on in these constituencies.
The counting was in progress after which the election commission would announce the official results.
Kaleem added 11 Minutes and 29 Seconds later...
The First Result Official is
from NA - 272 Yaqub Bizanjo (BNP) Won the seat Over Zubaida Jalal (IND).
Last edited by Kaleem; 02-18-2008 at 09:01 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
PPp is in asif zardary;s hand adn he is da most corupted man i ave ever seen..
They were the ones attacked Supereme court during NS time.
They are the ones in all the scandles.
They are the ones who took millions of rupees and didt give that back to the country.
They are the ones who are bribing people and taking bribes in Punjab for anything that moves there.
And you call it a good work no wonder Pakistan today is here cus our people deserved it to be here cus they are the ones who brought these people to bring the country to this condition.