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By Elections 2022: PTI has won 17 seats out of 20, PMLN ended in Punjab

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By Elections 2022: PTI has won 17 seats out of 20, PMLN ended in Punjab

By Elections 2022: Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) has won 15 seats out of 20, PMLN won 4 and IND won 1 seat. The era of PMLN from Punjab has ended. After the polling for the by-elections on the decisive 20 seats of the Punjab Assembly, the counting of votes is going on and the results are still coming. PTI Chairman Imran Khan will give a victory speech to the nation at 10:30 PM PST.

Update at 10:15 PM PST: The victory speech of Imran Khan has been canceled today, he will give a speech tomorrow.

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In the Punjab by-election, the 13-party alliance fell apart, and Tehreek-e-Insaf took the field, with 100% inconclusive official results for all 20 seats.

PTI has won 15 seats, Tehreek-e-Insaf has also secured 188 numbers to form the government in Punjab, and has won the throne of Lahore.

According to the official results, PTI has a clear lead while PML-N has accepted defeat. PMLN  leader Malik Ahmed Khan says that the people’s vote has come against us, I heartily admit that Tehreek-e-Insaf has won a historic victory.

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ByElections 2022 PTI kicked PMLN from Punjab:

 

PP 7 Rawalpindi: Col (retd) Muhammad Shabbir Awan (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Raja Sagheer Ahmed (Muslim League-N)

PP 7 Unofficial result of 72 polling stations of Rawalpindi:
Raja Sagheer Ahmed of Muslim League (N) ahead
with 15607 votes, unofficial result Muhammad Shabir Awan of Tehreek-e-Insaf behind with 15236 votes, unofficial result

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PP 140 Sheikhupura: Khurram Shehzad Advocate (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Khalid Arain (Muslim League-N)

PP 140 Unofficial Uncertain Result of 17 Polling Stations of Sheikhupura
Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Khurram Shehzad leading with 4770 votes, Unofficial Result
Muslim League (N) Kemian Khalid trailing with 3207 votes, Unofficial Result

PP 158 Lahore: Mian Akram Usman (Tehreek Insaf) Rana Ahsan Sharaft (Muslim League-N)

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PP 158 Unofficial Inconclusive Result of 60 Polling Stations in Lahore
Mian Muhammad Akram of Tehreek-e-Insaf led with 13343 votes, the unofficial result
Rana Ahsan of Muslim League-N is behind with 10813 votes, the unofficial result

PP 167 Lahore: Chaudhry Shabbir Gujjar (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Nazir Chauhan (Muslim League-N)

PP 167 Unofficial Inconclusive Result of 128 Polling Stations in Lahore Tehreek-
e-Insaf’s Shabir Ahmed led with 37694 votes, the unofficial result
Muslim League-N’s Nazir Chauhan trailed with 25800 votes, the unofficial result

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PP 168 Lahore: Malik Nawaz Awan (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Malik Asad Khokhar (Muslim League-N)

PP 168 Unofficial Inconclusive Result of Lahore’s 24 Polling Station Malik Asad Ali
of Muslim League (N) leading with 5453 votes, unofficial result
Muhammad Nawaz Awan of Tehreek-e-Insaf trailed with 3294 votes, the unofficial result

PP 170 Lahore: Zaheer Abbas Khokhar (Tehreek-e-Insaaf) Chaudhry Amin Gujjar (Muslim League-N)

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PP 170 Unofficial Uncertain Result of 21 Polling Station of Lahore Malik
Zaheer Abbas of Tehreek-e-Insaf led with 5166 votes, Uncertain Result
Muslim League (N)’s Amin Zul Qarnain trailing with 3294 votes, Uncertain Result

PP 202 Sahiwal: Major (retd) Ghulam Sarwar (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Namal Langriyal (Muslim League-N)

PP 202 Unofficial Uncertain Result of 21 Polling Station of Sahiwal:
PML-N’s Numan Ahmed Langria leads with 7891 votes, Unofficial Result: Muhammad
Ghulam Sarwar of Tehreek-e-Insaaf is behind with 6388 votes, Unofficial Result: Umeer Salim of
Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan is third with 1189 votes.

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PP 224 Lodhran: Aamir Iqbal Shah (Tehreek-e-Insaaf) Zwar Hussain Waraich (Muslim League-N)

PP 224 Lodhran, Polling Station 143 Unofficial Unofficial Result
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Amir Qeeb Bal Shah got 118 votes ahead of
PML-N’s Zwar Hussain Ward with 8 votes.

PP 224 Lodhran, polling station 144 unofficial result
of PTI’s Aamir Raqibal 180 votes, PML-N’s Zwar Hussain’s 12 votes.

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PP 224 Lodhran, Polling Station 147 Unofficial Result
115 for PTI’s Aamir Raqibal, 25 for PML-N’s Zwar Hussain

PP 228 Lodhran: Izzat Javed Khan (Tehreek Insaf) Nazir Ahmed Khan (Muslim League-N)

PP 228 Unofficial result of 31 polling stations of Lodhran
Independent candidate Syed Muhammad Rafiuddin is leading by getting 8919 votes, the unofficial result
Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Javed Khan is second with 7103 votes, the unofficial result
Muslim League (N) Nazir Ahmad Khan is third with 5496 votes, the unofficial result

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PP 273 Muzaffargarh: Yasir Arafat Jatoi (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Muhammad Sabtain Raza (Muslim League-N)

PP 237 Unofficial result of 42 polling stations in Bahawalnagar:
Muslim League (N)’s Fad Hussain is the first with 16499 votes, an unofficial result
PTI’s Syed Aftab Raza is behind with 4904 votes, the unofficial result
is Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan’s Mian Rashid Mehmood behind with 4600 votes.

PP 202 Sahiwal: Major (retd) Ghulam Sarwar (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Namal Langriyal (Muslim League-N)

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PP 202 Sahiwal, the unofficial result of polling station number 11 Major
(retd) Mohammad Ghulam Sarwar of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf got 267 votes and
PML-N’s Malik Noman Langriaal got 180 votes and second.

PP 217 Multan: Zain Qureshi (Tehrek Insaf) Salman Naeem (PDM)

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Vice Chairman Shah Mehmood Qureshi’s son Zain Qureshi has won the field in Multan.
PP 217 Unofficial and inconclusive result of all 124 polling stations in Multan. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Makhdoom Zain Hussain was ahead with 46 thousand 963 votes while Pakistan Muslim League-N’s Muhammad Salman could get 40 thousand 104 votes.

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pp 272 Muzaffargarh: Moazzam Khan (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Syeda Zahra Bukhari (Muslim League-N)

PP 272 Muzaffargarh, the unofficial result of polling station number 134,
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Muzam Khan got 181 votes, followed by
PML-N’s Sayeda Zahra Bukhari with 110 votes.

PP 272 Muzaffargarh, the unofficial result of polling station number 133,
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Muzam Khan got 158 ​​votes, followed by
PML-N’s Sayeda Zahra Bukhari with 92 votes.

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PP 282 Leah: Qaiser Abbas (Tehreek Insaf) Muhammad Tahir Randhawa (Muslim League-N)

PP 282 Unofficial Inconclusive Result of 58 Polling Stations in Leh
Qaiser Abbas of Tehreek-e-Insaf is leading with 19316 votes,
Inconclusive Result Muhammad Tahir of Muslim League-N is behind with 14237 votes, Inconclusive Result

PP 288 DG Khan: Sardar Saifuddin Khosa (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Abdul Qadir Khan Khosa (Muslim League-N)

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Tehreek-e-Insaaf’s candidate Sardar Saifuddin defeated PML-N’s Abdul Qadir Khosa. PP 288 Unofficial result of all 145 polling stations of Dera Ghazi Khan has been received. Sardar Saifuddin of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf took the field. Sardar Saifuddin got 58 thousand 15 votes while Abdul Qadir Khosa of PML-N got 32487 votes.

PP 97 Chak Jhamra: Ali Afzal Sahi (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Ajmal Cheema (Muslim League-N)

PP 97 Faisalabad, Polling Station 80 Unofficial Uncertain Result
PTI’s Afzal Sahi leads with 33 votes, Uncertain Result
PML-N’s Ajmal Cheema comes second with 28 votes, Uncertain Result

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PP 90 Bhakkar: Irfanullah Khan Niazi (Tehreek Insaf) Saeed Akbar Nawani (Muslim League-N)

PP 90 Unofficial result of Bhakkar 1 polling station Irfanullah
of Tehreek-e-Insaf leading with 369 votes, unofficial result Saeed Kabir of
PML-N is trailing with 254 votes, the unofficial result

PP 83 Khushab: Malik Hasan Aslam Awan (Tehreek-e-Insaf) Ameer Haider Singhar (Muslim League-N)

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PP 83 Unofficial Inconclusive Result of 45th Polling Station of Khushab
Hasan Malik of Tehreek-e-Insaf led with 8044 votes, Inconclusive Result
Independent candidate Muhammad Asif Malik in second place with 8022 votes,
Inconclusive Result Amir Haider of Muslim League (N) in third place with 5476 votes, Inconclusive Result

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DJ Kamal Mustafa is a Music Producer, DJ, Pakistani Filmmaker, and Journalist. Has Made six Animated Films and Released 18 Music Albums for Pakistani and Bollywood Celebrities. The latest animated film on Cyber Awareness has been released by DJ Kamal Mustafa, a project for NR3C.GOV.PK (National Response Center For Cyber Crime) FIA Cyber Crime Wing. I have been featured in The News, Geo News, Dunya News, Gulf News, Global Village Space, and in many newspapers and news blogs. I am writing for Pakistan Today, Times of India, Capital TV, Daily Times, and other news outlets.

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