Pakistan general election 2024: Latest party position

Pakistan general election 2024: Latest party position Pakistan Elections 2024: Here’s the latest party position

The ballots are being tallied as Pakistan undergoes a momentous electoral process, with millions of citizens exercising their right to vote amidst a backdrop of nationwide internet and mobile network disruptions, sporadic political unrest, and a tragic terror incident in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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The latest updates on party standings are being provided at regular intervals, reflecting the evolving landscape of the National Assembly, Punjab Assembly, Sindh Assembly, Balochistan Assembly, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly.

Latest party position is being updated with regular intervals

Party National AssemblyPunjab AssemblySindh AssemblyBalochistan AssemblyKP Assembly
PTI-backed Independents9411611081
 PML-N741380105
PPP541083114
MQM-P1702800
Independents922358
JUI-F40097
PML37000
IPP21000
BNP21020
PML-Z11000
MWM10000
PNAP16000
BAP10040
PkMAP10010
NP10030
TLP01000
ANP00021
Haq Do Tehreek Balochistan00010
PNAP00000
GDA00300
Jamat-e-Islami00213
Pakistan Rah-E-Haq Party00010
BNP-A00010
PTI-P00002
NDM00000
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Disclaimer: All results are unofficial and unconfirmed 

Key Parties and Their Representation:

  • PTI-backed Independents: 94 seats in the National Assembly, 116 in Punjab Assembly, 11 in Sindh Assembly, and 81 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly.
  • PML-N: 74 seats in the National Assembly, 138 in Punjab Assembly, 10 in Balochistan Assembly, and 5 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly.
  • PPP: 54 seats in the National Assembly, 10 in Punjab Assembly, 83 in Sindh Assembly, and 4 in Balochistan Assembly.
  • MQM-P: 17 seats in the National Assembly and 28 in Sindh Assembly.
  • JUI-F: 4 seats in the National Assembly and 9 in Balochistan Assembly.
  • Independents: Holding various seats across assemblies.
  • Numerous other parties and independent candidates also contested, contributing to the diverse electoral landscape.

It’s important to note that all election results are preliminary and unofficial until confirmed by the relevant authorities.

With a staggering 17,816 candidates vying for 855 seats across the National Assembly and provincial assemblies, these elections mark a significant milestone in Pakistan’s democratic journey, despite challenges posed by the country’s economic woes and security concerns.

The lead-up to the polls witnessed heightened tensions, particularly with a surge in terrorist activities, notably in Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. However, despite these challenges, polling day itself saw relative calm, with no major violent incidents reported nationwide.

However, one controversial move by the government stirred debate over the transparency and fairness of the electoral process: the suspension of mobile and internet services across the country. This decision drew criticism from various quarters, with concerns raised about its impact on voter access and communication.

In response to the shutdown, political leaders, including PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and JIP Emir Hafiz Naeem Ur Rehman, voiced their objections, with some even seeking judicial intervention to address the issue.

Despite these challenges, citizens turned out in significant numbers, with polling stations witnessing robust participation until the scheduled closing time at 5 pm.

While the Election Commission of Pakistan has assured the public of timely announcement of results, delays in the release of provisional results have fueled speculation and raised questions about the electoral process’s integrity. However, as the commission begins to unveil preliminary results, it aims to quell uncertainties and uphold the democratic principles of transparency and accountability.