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Preliminary, unofficial results

Unofficial and unconfirmed results from different constituencies started pouring as the clock struck 07:00 PM, an hour after the polling process came to an end across country.

NA-1 Chitral: MMA’s Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali has a lead over PTI’s Abdul Latif with 26,133.
NA-2 Swat-I: PTI’s Haider Ali Khan has won with 47,014 votes against PML-N’s Amir Muqam, who has secured 33,067 votes. The PPP’s Amjad Ali got 235 votes.
NA-3 Swat: PTI’s Saleem Rehman has won while PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif has lost with 22,756 votes. These are complete unofficial results.
Swat: PTI’s Murad Saeed is ahead with 11,351 votes, ANP’s Saleem Khan is second with 4,106 votes.
 Upper Dir: MMA’s Sahibzada Tariqullah is leading with 3,986 votes, against 3,123 of PPP’s Najmuddin Khan and 3,108 of Murad Saeed, in 23 polling stations.
NA-6 Lower Dir: PTI’s Mehboob Shah is leading over MMA’s Asad Ullah.
NA-7 Lower Dir: PTI’s Muhammad Basheer Jan is leading while JI chief Sirajul Haq is in second with 33,658 votes.
NA-8 Malakand: PTI’s Junaid Akbar is leading with 81,310. PPP’s Bilawal has 43,724 votes.
NA-9 Buner: PTI’s Sher Akbar has won with 31,854 votes. PML-N’s Kamran Khan got 20,608 votes. This is an unofficial result (2:56am)
NA-10 Shangla: ANP’s Sadeedur Rehman is leading with 12,560 votes, followed by 11,646 of PML-N’s Ibadullah Khan, and 11,276 of PTI’s Waqar Ahmed.
NA-11 Kohistan: PTI’s Aurangzeb is ahead of an independent candidate.
 Batgram: PTI’s Muhammad Nawaz Khan is leading with 14,167 votes and MMA’s Muhammad Yusuf has received 9,575 votes.
NA-13 Mansehra: An independent candidate, Saleh Muhammad, is leading over PML-N’s Sardar Shah Jehan Yousaf.
NA-14 (Mansehra-Tor Ghar): PTI’s Zar Gul Khan is leading over an independent candidate, Muhammad Sajjad.
NA-15 Abbottabad: PML-N’s Murtaza Abbasi is leading with 31,320 votes after unofficial results from 90 polling stations. PTI’s Ali Asghar is second with 25,460.
NA-16 Abbottabad: PTI leading over PML-N…
NA-17 Haripur: PTI’s Omar Ayub Khan is leading against PML-N’s Babar Nawaz Khan.
NA-18 Swabi: PTI’s Asad Qaisar is leading against PML-N’s Sajjad Ahmad.
 Swabi: Waras Khan (ANP) leading over PTI’s Usman Khan
NA-20 Mardan: Mujahid Ali of the PTI is leading over the ANP’s Gul Nawaz Khan, and the MMA’s Atta ur Rehman and the PML-N’s Akhtar Nawaz, and Nawabzada Khwaja M. Khan Hoti of PPP.
NA-21 Mardan: ANP’s Amir Haider Azam Khan has a lead over the PTI’s Muhammad Atif.
NA-22 Mardan: PTI’s Ali Muhammad has a lead over PPP’s Shoaib Alam Khan.
NA-23 Charsadda: QWP’s Aftab Ahmed Sherpao is behind with 4,337 votes. PTI’s Anwar Taj is ahead.
NA-24 Charsadda: PTI’s Fazal Muhammad Khan is leading while ANP chief Asfandyar Wali is second with 11,052 votes.
NA-25 Nowshera: PTI candidate and former KP chief minister Pervez Khattak is leading with 36,410 votes, followed by PPP’s Khan Pervaiz.
NA-26 Nowshera: PTI’s Imran Khattak is ahead of ANP’s Jamal Khattak.
NA-27 Peshawar: PTI’s Noor Alam Khan has won, beating MMA’s Haji Ghulam Ali.
NA-28 Peshawar: PTI’s Arbab Amir Ayub has won, beating MMA’s Sabir Hussain Awan has 8,209 votes.
NA-29 Peshawar: PTI’s Nasir Khan Moosazai has won with 49,762 votes. Naeem Jan of the MMA came in second with 29,357 votes.
NA-30 Peshawar: PTI’s Sher Ali Arbab has won with 73,781 votes, compared to the MMA’s Najeebullah Khan who has 18,111.
NA-31 Peshawar: PTI’s Shaukat Ali has won with 87,895 votes while Ghulam Bilour of the ANP trailed behind with 42,476 votes. MMA’s Muhammad Siddique got 1,360 votes.
NA-32 Kohat Shehryar Afridi of the PTI is leading over the MMA’s Gohar Muhammad.
NA-33 Hangu: PTI’s Khial Zaman is leading over MMA’s Atiqur Rehman.
NA-34 Karak: PTI’s Shahid Ahmed Khattak is leading over PML-N’s Rehmat Salam Khattak.
NA-35 Bannu: PTI chief Imran Khan is leading with 70,624 votes against MMA’s Akram Khan Durrani, who secured 45,052 votes.
NA-36 Lakki Marwat: MMA’s Muhammad Anwar is leading over PTI’s Ishfaq Ahmad Khan, according to initial results.
NA-37 Tank: MMA’s Asad Mehmood is leading against an independent candidate, Dawar Khan Kundi, according to initial results.
 Dera Ismail Khan: PTI’s Ali Amin Gandapur is leading with 10,000 votes. MMA’s Maulana Fazlur Rehman is losing from his home constituency.
NA-39 DI Khan II: MMA’s Maulana Fazal Ur Rehman is behind with 12,600 votes.
NA-40 Tribal Area I (Bajaur): PTI’s Guldad Khan got 34,616 votes, beating Sardar Khan, an independent candidate, who got 17,850 votes, according to unofficial complete results.
NA-41 Tribal Area-II (Bajaur): PTI’s Gul Zafar Khan is leading against an independent candidate, Majeed.
NA-42 Tribal Area-III (Mohmand): Independent candidate Bilal Rehman is leading with 5,168 votes against the PTIs 3,425 votes.
NA-43 Tribal Area IV (Khyber): PTI’s Noor Ul Haq al Qadri is leading with 32,000 votes against 25,000 of Alhaj Shah Jee Gul Afridi, according to the result of 150 polling stations.
NA-44 Tribal Area V (Khyber): Attaullah Khan of PAL is leading against an independent candidate, Karam Shah.
NA-45 Tribal Area-VI (Kurram): Munir Khan of the MMA is leading against an independent candidate, Fakhar Zaman.
NA-46 Tribal Area-VII (Kurram): Syed Iqbal of the PTI is leading against the PPP’s Sajid Hussain Turi, according to initial results.
NA-47 Tribal Area-VIII (Orakzai): An independent candidate Noor Shaheed Khan is leading against another independent, Khadim Hussain.
NA-48 Tribal Area-IX (North Waziristan): Mohsin Javed, an independent candidate, is leading over MMA’s Misbah Uddin.
NA-49 Tribal Area-X (South Waziristan): MMA’s Muhammad Jamal Ud Din is leading over an independent candidate, Sher Pao.
Tribal Area-XI (South Waziristan): Muhammad Ilyas, an independent candidate, is leading over another independent, Jumma Khan.
 Tribal Area-XII (FR): MMA’s Abdul Shakoor has won with 20,065 votes. PTI’s Qaiser Jamal secured 18,335 votes. This is an unofficial result.
NA-52 Islamabad: Tariq Fazal of the PML-N has lost with 33,519 votes. These are unofficial complete results.
NA-53 Islamabad-II: PTI chief Imran Khan is leading with 31,257 votes, and former PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is in second with 14,672 votes.
NA-54: Islamabad: PTI’s Asad Umer is ahead with 56,945 votes.
NA-55 Attock: PTI’s Tahir Sadiq is ahead with 16,681 votes, followed by PML-N’s Sheikh Aftab with 8,239 votes.
NA-56 Attock: PTI’s Tahir Sadiq is ahead with over 16,000 votes, followed by PML-N’s Suhail Khan with 2,401 votes.
NA-57 Murree: PTI’s Sadaqat Abbasi is leading while PML-N’s Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is in second position with 50,000 votes.
NA-58 Rawalpindi: PPP’s Raja Pervez Ashraf is leading with 34,858 votes.
NA-59 Rawalpindi-III: PTI’s Ghulam Sarwar has won with 89,055 votes, beating Chaudhry Nisar who got 66,369 votes, according to complete unofficial results.
NA-62 Rawalpindi: AML president Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has won from his home constituency with 117,718 votes against PML-N’s Daniyal Chaudhry’s 91,312. These are complete unofficial results.
NA-63 Rawalpindi: PTI’s Ghulam Sarwar leading with 10,656 votes. Chaudhry Nisar has 4,813 votes. These are the results from 23 polling stations.
NA-64 Vihari: Unofficial results from 35 polling stations are in. PTI’s Chaudhry Tahir Iqbal is leading with 9,325 votes. PML-N’s Tehmina Dolatana is second with 6,980 votes.
NA-66 Jhelum: PTI’s Chaudhry Farrukh Altaf is in the lead with 112,356 votes, while PML-N’s Nadeem Khadim has got 92,912. This is the result from 443 polling stations.
NA-65 Chakwal: PML-N’s Pervez Ellahi is ahead with 89,415 votes.
NA-67 Jhelum: PTI’s Fawad Chaudhry is leading with 55,648 votes, followed by PML-N’s Raja Matlob.
NA-68 Gujrat: PML-Q’s Chaudhry Hussain Elahi is leading with 2,192 votes, followed by PML-N’s Chaudhry Mubashir with 835 votes.
NA-69 Gujrat: PML-Q’s Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi is leading with 69,749 votes. PML-N’s Mubashir Hussain is second with 16,180 votes. Results are from 133 polling stations.
NA-70 Gujrat: PTI’s Fayzul Hasan is leading with 15,171 votes. PML-N’s Jaffer Iqbal is second with 7,431 and Qamar-uz Zaman Kaira of the PPP is third with 5,110 votes.
NA-71 Gujrat: PTI’s Chaudhry Ilyas has won by securing 89,545 votes. PML-N’s Chaudhry Abid Raza received 81,300 votes.
NA-72 Sialkot: PML-N’s Armaghan Khan Sanjrani is ahead with 56,047 votes. PTI’s Firdous Ashiq Awan is second with 27,099 votes. These are unofficial results from 129 polling stations.
NA-73 Sialkot: PTI’s Usman Dar has won the election with 113,453 votes. Khawaja Asif of the PML-N has lost from his stronghold with 112,717 votes and submitted an application for a recount.
NA-77 Narowal: Mehnaz Akbar, wife of PML-N leader Daniyal Aziz, is leading with 21,724 votes. PML-N fielded Mehnaz after Aziz was disqualified by the supreme court.
NA-78 Narowal: Ahsan Iqbal of the PML-N has won the election with 126,385 votes, beating PTI’s Abrarul Haq. These are the complete unofficial results.
NA-81 Gujranwala: PML-N’s Khurram Dastgir has won 130,837 votes, beating PTI’s Chaudhry Muhammad Siddique who obtained 88,166 votes.
NA-87 Hafizabad: PTI’s Shaukat Ali Bhatti is ahead with 15,433 votes. PML-N’s Saira Afzal Tarar is following with 9,432 votes. These are unofficial results from 40 polling stations.
NA-88 Sargodha: Results from 12 polling stations show PTI’s Nadeem Afzal Chan leading with 2,238 votes. PML-N’s Mukhtar Ahmed has 1,585.
NA-93 Khushab-I: PTI’s Umar Aslam Khan has won with 100,448 votes. PML-N’s Sumaira Malik got 70,401, according to unofficial results.
NA-94 Khushab: PTI’s Malik Ahsan Tiwana has won with 90,123 votes. PML-N’s Malik Shakir Bashir received 74,505 votes. This is an unofficial result.
NA-95 Mianwali: PTI chief Imran Khan is leading with over 149,707 votes, followed by PML-N’s Ubaidullah.
NA-102 Faisalabad: PTI’s Nawab Sher is leading and PML-N’s Talal Chaudhry is trailing with 57,500 votes.
NA-106 Faisalabad: PTI’s Nisar Jutt is leading and PML-N’s Rana Sanaullah is at second with 57,005 votes.
NA-108: PML-N’s Abid Sher Ali is ahead with 65,680 votes.
NA-109: Faisalabad: PTI’s Faizullah Kamoka is in the lead with 122,905 votes, followed by PML-N’s Abdul Mannan who got 94,476. These are results from 372 polling stations.
NA-110 Faisalabad: PTI’s Raja Riaz is leading with 31,059 votes. PML-N’s Rana Muhammad Afzal is behind with 27,957 votes. These are the unofficial results from 96 polling stations.
NA-114 Jhang: Independent candidate Aleeshah Iftikhar is leading with 4,695 votes. Former federal minister Faisal Saleh Hayat is trailing with 38,111 votes.
NA-115 Jhang: ASWJ’s Ahmad Ludhyanvi is leading with a 10,279 votes, followed closely by PTI’s Ghulam Bibi Bharwana with 10,164 votes (10:34pm).
NA-117 Nankana Sahab: Independent candidate Tariq Bajwa is leading with 36,681 votes. PML-N’s Birjees Tahir is second with 30,445. These are results from 112 of 315 polling stations.
NA-119 Sheikhupura: PTI’s Rahat Amanullah is leading with 31,157 votes. Rana Afzal of the PML-N is following with 25,330 votes.
NA-120 Sheikhupura: PML-N’s Rana Tanveer is ahead with over 25,000 votes, followed by PTI’s Ali Asghar with 12,889 votes. These are unofficial results from 50 polling stations.
NA-123 Lahore: PML-N’s Muhammad Riaz is ahead with 97,163 votes while PTI’s Wajid Azeem is trailing behind with 72,535 votes.
NA-124 Lahore: PML-N’s Hamza Shehbaz has won with 146,294 votes, defeating the PTI’s Nauman Qaiser.
NA-125 Lahore: PML-N’s Waheed Alam is leading with 64,833 votes. PTI’s Yasmeen Rashid is behind him with 57,940 votes
NA-126 Lahore: PTI’s Muhammad Hammad Azhar is leading with 58,997 votes. PML-N’s candidate is behind him with 56,532 votes (3:05am)
NA-127: PML-N’s Ali Pervez Malik is leading with 13,000 votes. PTI’s Jamshed Cheema has 10,000 votes (30 polling stations).
NA-129 Lahore: PML-N’s Ayaz Sadiq is maintaining his lead with 56,970 votes. PTI’s Aleem Khan is not far behind with 13,750 votes. These are unofficial results from 42 polling stations.
NA-130 Lahore: PTI’s Shafqat Mehmood has won, defeating PML-N’s Khawaja Ahmed Hasan.
NA-131 Lahore: Imran Khan is leading with 39,475 votes. PML-N’s Khwaja Saad Rafique has secured 38,774 votes.
NA-132 Lahore: PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif is in the lead with 28,896 votes.
NA-135 Lahore: PTI’s Karamat Khokhar has won.
NA-142 Okara: Chaudhry Riazul Haq of PML-N is leading with 45,647 votes. PTI’s Rao Sikandar Hasan got 22,454 votes. These are the results from 100 polling stations of the constituency.
NA-144 Okara: Independent candidate Manzoor Wattoo is behind with 52,461 votes.
NA-145 Pakpatan: PML-N’s Ahmed Raza Maneka is leading with 107,063 votes. PTI’s M. Shah Khagga is following with 54,938. These are unofficial results from 255 polling stations.
NA-156 Multan: PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi has won from NA-156. He got 93,497 votes. PML-N’s Amir Saeed Ansari secured 73,529 votes. This is an unofficial result.
NA-157 Multan: A tough fight between the PTI and PPP. Zain Qureshi of PTI is leading with 8,432 votes. PPP’s Moosa Gillani is following closely with 8,203 votes.
NA-158 Multan: The PPP’s Yousuf Raza Gillani is behind with 37,099 votes.
NA-169 Bahawalnagar: After polling results from 19 polling stations, Noorul Hasan Tanveer of the PML-N is leading with 6,578 votes. Ijazul Haq is second with 4,371 votes.
NA-171 Bahwalpur: PTI’s Naeemuddin Warraich is leading with 14,780 votes. Riaz Pirzada of PML-N is second with 11,850 votes. These are unofficial results from 48 polling stations.
NA-177 Rahimyar Khan: PTI’s Khusro Bakhtiar is ahead with 51,319 votes.
NA-181 Muzaffargarh: PTI’s Mustafa Khar is behind with 21,518 votes.
NA-182 Muzaffargarh: Jamshed Dasti is ahead with 20,934 votes.
NA-184 Muzaffargarh: Jamshed Dasti is behind with 18,046 votes.
NA-185 Muzaffargarh: Jamshed Dasti is trailing with 18,046 votes.
NA-190 DG Khan: PTI’s Zulfiqar Khosa is behind with 1,909 votes.
NA-191 DG Khan: Unofficial results show Zartaj Gul of PTI ahead and Sardar Owais Laghari of the PML-N trailing behind with 12,349 votes.
NA-192 Dera Ghazi Khan: Sardar M Laghari of the PTI is leading with 22,947 votes. PML-N’s Shehbaz Sharif is trailing with 16,224 votes. These are unofficial results from 59 polling stations.
 Rajanpur: PTI’s Sardar Muhammad Leghari is leading with 928 votes. PML-N’s Shehbaz Sharif with 524.
NA-198 Shikarpur: According to unofficial results, PPP’s Abid Hussain has won. He received 66,129 votes. Independent Dr Ibrahim came second with 53,389 votes.
NA-200: Larkana: MMA’s Rashid Soomro is leading with 4,931 votes. PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto is behind with 3,675.
NA-204 Ghotki: The PPP’s Khalid Ahmed Khan is in the lead with 93,151 votes. Independent Mian Mithu has got 88,536 votes. This is the result from 296 polling stations.
NA-205 Ghotki: Independent candidate Sardar Ali Muhammad Mahar won with 56,280 votes. PPP’s Ehsanullah Sandrani got 25,100 votes and the MMA’s Maulana Abdul Qayyum bagged 8,771 votes. These are complete unofficial results.
NA-206 Sukkur: The PPP’s Khursheed Shah is ahead with 48,103 votes.
NA-208 Khairpur: PPP’s Nafisa Shah has won after securing 72,327 votes. The GDA’s Ghaus Ali Shah stands at second with 24,741 votes. This is the complete unofficial result.
NA-213 Nawabshah: Unofficial results from 160 polling stations show PPP’s Asif Ali Zardari is leading with 68,019 votes. GDA’s Sher Muhammad Rind is second.
NA-220 Umerkot: The PPP’s Yousuf Talpur is ahead with  60,307 while PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi is in second with 29,794 votes. PML-N’s Neelum Valjee has got 297.
NA-221 Chahchro Thar: PTI’s Shah Mehmood Qureshi is leading with 22,291 votes. PPP’s Yusuf Talpur is second with 18,521. These are unofficial results of 74 polling stations.
Tando Muhammad Khan: PPP’s Naveed Qamar is ahead with 44,711 votes.
Badin: GDA’s Hassam Mirza is leading with 2,718 votes. PPP’s Ghulam Ali is behind with 1,821 votes in seven polling stations.
NA-230 Badin: The GDA’s Fehmida Mirza is behind with
NA-231 Sajawal: According to unofficial results, Ayaz Shah Sherazi of PPP has won. He secured 129,980 votes. MMA’s Molana Muhammad Saleh got 11,177 votes.
NA-232 Thatta: PPP’s Shamsun Nisa Memon is leading with 68,079 votes. PTI’s Arsalan Brohi got 7,657 votes. These are the unofficial results of 190 poling stations.
NA-234 Dadu: PTI’s Liaquat Jatoi is ahead with 26,399 votes.
NA-236 Karachi: Unofficial results of 73 out of 197 polling stations are in. PPP’s Jam Abdul Karim is leading with 28,722 votes. PTI’s Dr Masroor Siyal is second with 8,954 votes.
NA-238 Karachi: PPP’s Rafiullah is leading with 6,475 votes. Hafiz Aurangzaib of the PRHP is second with 4,292 votes.
NA-239 Karachi: PTI’s Muhammad Akram is leading with 11,499 votes. MQM’s Suhail Mansoor is following in second with 10,320.
NA-240 Karachi: MQM’s Iqbal Muhammad Ali is leading with 9,789 votes. PTI’s Farrukh Manzoor received 5,277 votes.
Karachi: MQM’s Muhammad Moeen Amir Pirzada is leading with 7,444 votes, followed by PTI’s Faheem Khan who has 6,384 votes.
Karachi: PTI’s Saifur Rehman is ahead with 6,597 votes. PPP’s Muhammad Iqbal is second with 2,649.
NA-243 Karachi: Unofficial results from 24% of polling stations show that PTI chief Imran Khan is leading with 33,509 votes. MQM’s Ali Raza Abidi is second with 9,742 votes.
NA-245 Karachi: PTI’s Dr Amir Liaqat Hussain is leading with over 21,338 votes. Farooq Sattar of the MQM is trailing behind with 11,836 votes. 
 Karachi: PTI’s Abdul Shakoor is leading with over 25,000 votes in PPP’s heartland of Lyari. The TLP is in second place with 20,000 votes while PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is trailing behind with 17,000 votes.
NA-247 Karachi (Defence, Clifton): PTI’s Arif Alvi is leading with 31,202 votes. MQM’s Farooq Sattar is trailing with over 8,452 votes.
NA-249 Karachi (Baldia): Faisal Vawda is in the lead and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif is behind with 8,762 votes.
NA-253 Karachi (New Karachi): PSP Chairperson Mustafa Kamal is behind with 9,255 votes.
NA-256 Karachi (Nazimabad, Paposh) PTI’s Najeeb Haroon is leading with over 29,000 votes. MQM’s Waliuddin Chishti is second with over 14,000 votes.
NA-260 Naseerabad: PTI’s Mir Sardar is ahead with 29,343 votes.
NA-263 Qila Abdullah: PkMAP’s Mehmood Achakzai is behind with 1,914 votes.
NA-265 Quetta: PkMAP’s Mehmood Achakzai is behind with 141 votes.

Voter turnout clocked in at over 45%, reports SAMAA correspondent Abbas Shabbir quoting sources in the ECP. It was 55.02% in 2013.
There are 270 seats whose results will come in.
Correction: Rajanpur was incorrect for NA-192. It is DG Khan
Correction: NA-246 was incorrectly written as NA-146.

Balochistan results (incomplete):
 Jafferabad: PTI’s Umar Khan Jamali has won with 17,250 votes. He is the son of former PM Zafrullah Khan Jamali. BAP supported independent Rahat Faiq Jamali (15,120 votes).

Sindh results (incomplete):

PS-18 Ghotki: The PPP’s Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar has suffered defeat at the hands of PTI’s Sardar Sheharyar Khan by a margin of 10,000 votes. 
Khairpur: PPP’s Qaim Ali Shah is ahead with 26,816 votes, while the GDA’s Abdul Ghaffar Sheikh has got 9,818 votes.
Khairpur: GDA candidate Rashid Shah is ahead with 30,471 votes. In second place is the PPP’s Nawaz Wassan with 21,474 votes.
PS-51 Umerkot: PPP’s Sardar Ali Shah has won with 55,118 votes. GDA’s Jadim Mangriyo got over 27,000 votes. This is an unofficial result.
PS-74 Badin: According to unofficial result of 84 polling stations, PPP’s Ismail Rahu is leading with 30,562 votes. Dr Zulfikar Mirza is trailing with 17,721 votes.
PS-75 Sajawal: According to unofficial results, PPP’s Shah Hussain Sherazi has won with 27,626 votes. MMA’s Molvi Muhammad Ismail came second with 9,741 votes.
PS-78 Thatta: According to unofficial results, PPP’s Ali Hasan Zaidi has won. He secured 50,103 votes. The runner-up is PTI’s Zaib Nayazi with 4,460 votes.
PS-80 Sehwan Sharif: According to unofficial results, former Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah has won. He secured 42,442 votes. These are the results from all 157 polling stations. SUP’s Syed Jalal Mehmood Shah secured 17,499 votes.

Sindh has a total of 168 seats.

Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa results (incomplete):
 Upper Dir: PPP’s Sahibzada Sanaullah has won. He secured 18,900 voted. MMA’s Azam Khan was second with 12,015 votes.
PK-22 Buner: ANP’s Sardar Babak has won. He secured 21,918 votes. This is an unofficial result.
Shangla: PTI’s Shaukat Yousufzai has won with 16,571 votes. PML-N’s Muhammad Irshad has 12,219 votes. This is an unofficial result.
PK-66 Peshawar-I: PTI’s Mehmood Jan with 6,130 has a lead over MMA’s Hashmat Khan, who has 3376 votes. These are results from 33 polling stations.
PK-67 Peshawar-II: PTI’s Arbab Muhammad Wasem Khan is leading with 4,660 votes, while Razaullah Khan of the PPP has 2,392 votes. These are result from 28 polling stations.
PK-68 Peshawar-III: PTI’s Jehandad Khan is leading with 5,922 votes. PPP’s Malik Tamash Khan has 3,392 votes.
PK-69 Peshawar-IV: PTI’s Syed Muhammad Ishtiaq is leading with 7,351 votes. Independent candidate Arbab Muhammad Usman Khan has 6,860 votes.
PK-70 Peshawar-V: PTI’s Shah Farman has won with 15,404 votes while ANP’s Khush Dil bagged 15.357. These are complete unofficial results.
PK-71 Peshawar-VI: PTI’s Shah Farman is leading with 5,699 votes. PML-N’s Sifat Ullah has 2,389 votes.
PK-74 Peshawar-IX: PTI’s Pir Fida Muhammad has won with 19,349 votes, beating ANP’s Muhammad Abrar who bagged 8,260 votes. This is an unofficial complete result.
PK-75 Peshawar-X: PTI’s Wajidullah Khan has won with 27,659 votes. ANP’s Syed Aqil Shah got 8,464 votes, according to complete unofficial results.
PK-76 Peshawar-XI: MMA’s Bahrullah came in second with 5,123 votes.
PK-77 Peshawar-XII: PTI’s Kamran Bangash is leading.
PK-79 Peshawar-XIV: PTI’s Fazal Illahi has won with 18,044 votes. PPP’s Umar Khitab got 5,690 votes, according to complete unofficial results.
PK-83 Hangu: According to unofficial results, PTI’s Shah Faisal has won with 10,500 votes.
PK-84 Hangu: According to unofficial results, PTI’s Zahoor Shakir has won.

QWP candidate Babar Ali Khan for PK-60’s cousin has succumbed to his injuries. He was shot by ANP candidate Mairaj Ud din in Miagan, tehsil Shabqadar, Charsadda over polling.

Punjab results (incomplete):
PP-6 Muree: PTI’s Muhammad Latsub Satti is ahead with 64,322 votes, compared to PML-N candidate Raja Ashfaq Sarwar’s 56,682 votes. This is the result from 234 polling stations.
PP-11 Rawalpindi: Chaudhry Muhammad Adnan has won, Raja Arshad Mehmood of the PML-N has come second, announced the ECP but said it was still an unofficial result.
PP-12 Rawalpindi: PTI’s Wasiq Qayum Abbasi has defeated the former interior Chaudhry Nisar. Abbasi got 27,315 votes.
PP-14 Rawalpindi: PTI’s Muhammad Basharat Raja won. He secured 52,247 votes. PML-N’s Usama Tanveer Chaudhry came second with 31,856 votes. This is an unofficial result.
PP-16 Rawalpindi: PTI’s Raja Rashid is in the lead with 64,662 votes compared to PML-N’s Arsalan Hafeez who secured 44,552 votes.
PP-42 Sialkot: PML-N’s Zeeshan Rafique is ahead with 52,562 votes. PTI’s Chaudhry Sadaqat Ali got 30,036 votes.
PP-110 Faisalabad: PTI’s Mian Khayal Ahmed won with 69,441 votes. Two-time PML-N MPA Malik Nawaz got 58,401 votes.
PP-131 Nankana Sahib: PML-N’s Aijaz Hussain Bhatti has won with 37,086 votes. Independent candidate Shazia Cheema came in second with 35,847 votes.
PP-147 Lahore: PML-N’s Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman has won. He secured 69,031 votes. PTI’s Tariq Saadat got 30,596 votes. This is an unofficial result.
PP-160 Lahore: PTI’s Mehmoodur Rashid has won with 63,059 votes. PML-N’s Tausif Shah came seconf with 50,571 votes. This is the complete unofficial result.
PP-161 Lahore: PML-N’s Faisal Ayub has won. He secured 30,987 votes. TLP’s candidate came second with 3,936 votes. This is an unofficial result.
 Okara: Najam Sethi’s wife Jugnu Mohsin has won in each one of the 162 polling stations.
PP-192 Pakpatan: PML-N’s Naveed Ali has won with 30,633 votes. PTI’s Azmat Chishti received 20,593 votes. This is an unofficial result.
PP-228 Lodhran: PTI’s Nazir Khan Baloch is in the lead with 43,169 votes, while PML-N’s Pir Rafiuddin has got 39,731 votes.

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Independence Day: Sale of Kashmiri flags on the rise

Sale of Kashmiri flags, badges and other decoration items have gained impetus ahead of Independence Day after the federal government had announced to observe August 14 as Kashmir Solidarity Day.




MUZAFFARABAD, Azad Kashmir/KARACHI, Pakistan: Sale of Kashmiri flags, badges and other decoration items have gained impetus ahead of Independence Day after the federal government had announced to observe August 14 as Kashmir Solidarity Day, ARY News reported on Thursday.

As marking of 73rd Independence Day is right around the corner, the preparations have gained momentum as a huge rush of people were seen at different stalls of Kashmiri flags, national flags buntings, badges, set up by vendors in different areas of Karachi.

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All Karachi Tajir Ittehad Chairman Ateeq Meer said that people are very enthusiastic and passionate for purchasing celebratory items to mark Independence Day.

It must be noted that government has decided to observe Independence Day; 14 August, as Kashmir Solidarity Day and 15th of this month as Black Day to express harmony and solidarity with Kashmiris in their recent plight caused by the Indian government.

The national flag will fly half-mast on 15th of this month. A notification to this effect has been issued by the Ministry of Interior.

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Maryam’s interview “stopped forcefully:” Nadeem Malik

An interview of Maryam Nawaz Sharif, a vice president of the PML-N, was “forcefully” taken off air soon after it was run, it was reported on Thursday.



Maryam Nawaz

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: An interview of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s daughter Maryam Nawaz Sharif was taken off air forcefully seconds after it started.

“Just came to know Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s interview has been stopped forcefully just [a] few minutes after it started live,” tweeted show host Nadeem Malik.

Hum News, the channel on which the interview was aired for a few brief moments, released a statement shortly after the incident, saying: “Hum News believes in a free and responsible media. Protecting freedom of expression is one of our core values. At the same time, we stand for the respect and dignity of [the] judiciary in line with our ethical values and the Constitution.”

The development comes days after AbbTakk TV24 News, and Capital TV all had their broadcasts cut after screening a press conference by Maryam Nawaz.

Authorities say the three channels were unavailable due to “technical issues”, but Reporters Without Borders (RSF), a global media watchdog, described the outage as an act of “brazen censorship”.

It slammed the local authorities over the removal of three television channels from the country’s airwaves, saying the move was “indicative of disturbing dictatorial tendencies” as pressure mounts on journalists in Pakistan.

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Maryam is the daughter of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif — who is currently behind bars for corruption — and a recent press conference she hosted featured a judge reportedly claiming he had been blackmailed into convicting the former premier.

The move came as Prime Minister Imran Khan’s administration vowed to block any media coverage and interviews of politicians “who are convicts and under trial”.

Earlier this month, Geo News TV abruptly took an interview with former president Asif Ali Zardari off air shortly after it began.

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Several dead and dozens injured in Pakistan train collision

A collision between a passenger train and a stationary freight train near the central town of Rahim Yar Khan in Pakistan has killed at least 10 people, with more than 70 others injured, according to police and hospital officials.



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RAHIM YAR KHAN, Pakistan: A collision between a passenger train and a stationary freight train near the central town of Rahim Yar Khan in Pakistan has killed at least 10 people, with more than 70 others injured, according to police and hospital officials.

The incident on Thursday took place at the Walhar railway station, located about 35km south of Rahim Yar Khan.

“The Akbar Express [passenger train] going from Bahawalpur to Quetta hit a freight train that was parked there at 7.40am,” a local police official told Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to media.

Senior police official Umar Salamat told local media the collision took place because the passenger train was diverted onto the incorrect track at the station, hitting the parked freight train.

Rescue operations were under way at the collision site, with workers using equipment to get to some of those trapped in the train wreckage, local media reported.

The injured were taken to a nearby government hospital and to a more advanced facility in Rahim Yar Khan, hospital officials said.

Nine of the dead were taken to the government hospital, with more than 60 people injured in the wreck also treated there, Liaquat Chohan, a senior hospital official, told Al Jazeera.

“The injuries were of multiple types – many had fractures, others had bleeding wounds. Some were crushed under objects,” he said.

At least one dead body was also taken to the Sheikh Zayed hospital in Rahim Yar Khan, where 11 of those wounded in the accident were being treated, hospital official Ilyas Ahmer told Al Jazeera.

“One person’s leg was cut off [in the collision], and another is having serious chest surgery,” he said.

‘Emergency steps’

Pakistan’s aging railway network carries both passengers and goods across the country, but suffers periodic derailments and other accidents due to aging infrastructure.

A major Chinese investment in the country is seeking to upgrade the main railway line that connects the length of the country, raising speeds and safety standards.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his condolences for those who were killed and injured, and ordered Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad to speed up work on the country’s rail infrastructure.

“Have asked Railways Minister to take emergency steps to counter decades of neglect of railway infrastructure & ensure safety standards,” Khan tweeted after the accident.

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