Multan Punjab Local Body (Baldiyati) Election Results 5th December 2015 Watch complete detail and news about the Baldiyati Election 2015 result winner candidate complete list. It is the final and termination point of the Baldiyati election . Every party try to convence the people to give vote for him. PMLN, PTI and many other will trying to campaign their election candidate. Here complete news about the Baldiyati election here to watch online in HD video. visit to our website and watch online more new and latest About the Baldiyati election here.
Multan Punjab Local Body (Baldiyati) Election 2015 Results Winners Candidates Complete List 5th December.Watch complete detail and news about the Baldiyati Election 2015 result winner candidate complete list. It is the final and termination point of the Baldiyati election .
Every party try to convence the people to give vote for him. PMLN, PTI and many other will trying to campaign their election candidate. Here complete news about the Baldiyati election here to watch online in HD video. visit to our website and watch online more new and latest About the Baldiyati election here.
The polling continued until 5:30pm.
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8:50 AM: Overall results uptill now for all 3 phases of LH polls in Punjab: PML-N victorious with 3136 seats. Independent candidates won 2810 while PTI won 832, PPP 162, PML-Q 81 and JI secured 12 seats.
8:47 AM: Overall results up till now for all 3 phases of LG polls in Sindh: PPP leads with 2520 seats followed by independent candidates with 451. MQM secured 222 seats in all 3 phases. PML-F won 147, PML-N 128, PTI 24 while JUI-F won 23 seats.
7:48 AM: Muzzaffargarh s unofficial, inconclusive results for 161 out of 293 seats received. Independentcandidates win 117 seats. PML-N follows with 30 seats. PTI wins 13 while PPP secures single seat.
7:40 AM: Multan s unofficial, inconclusive results for 202 out of 208 seats received. PML-N victorious with 81 seats, independent candidates secure 77 while PTI win 32 seats. PPP manages to win 12 seats.
7:28 AM: Unofficial, inconclusive results for all 118 seats of Layyah received. Independent candidates lead polls with 52 seats while PML-N manages to secure 44 seats.
7:17 AM: Khushab s unofficial, inconclusive results for 180 out of 198 seats received. PML-N leads with 71 seats while independent candidates come in second with 68 seats. PTI wins 40 seats while JUI-F wins single seat.
7:10 AM:Dera Ghazi (DG) Khan s unofficial, inconclusive results for 84 out of 148 seats received. PML-N wins 41 seats, independent candidates manage to grab 28 seats. PTI secures 13 while JUI-F wins 2 seats.
6:58 AM: Bahawalpur s unofficial, inconclusive results for 214 out of 236 seats received. PML-N leads polls with 137 seats, independent candidates secure 57 seats. PTI wins 12, PMLQ manages 11 while PPP secures 2 seats.
6:35 AM: Unofficial, inconclusive results for all 7 seats of Attock received. PML-Q wins 5 while independent candidates secure 2 seats.
6:26 AM: Jhang s unofficial, inconclusive results for 164 out of 200 seats received. Independent candidateswin 95, PML-N secure 56 while Pakistan Rah-e-Haq party wins 12 seats.
6:22 AM: Sialkot unofficial, inconclusive results for 198 out of 223 seats received. PML-N lead with 97 seats, independent candidates secure 84 seats, PTI wins 16 while PPP manages single seat.
6:16 AM: Rawalpindi s unofficial, inconclusive results for 188 out of 253 seats received. PML-N wins with 112 seats. independent candidates secure 51 seats, PTI wins 21 seats, PPP manages 2 while JI and AML win single seat each.
6:13 AM: Rajunpur s unofficial, inconclusive results for 127 out of 128 seats received. Independentcandidates lead with 49 seats, PML-N secures 44 seats, PTI wins 32 while PPP wins 2 seats.
6:09 AM: Rahim Yar Khan s unofficial, inconclusive results for 313 out of 333 seats received. PML-N lead with 116 seats, independent candidates secure 99 seats, PPP wins 84, PTI secure 13 while JI manages single seat.
6:06 AM: Narowal s unofficial, inconclusive results for 145 out of 152 seats received. PML-N and independent candidates lead with 61 seats each while PTI manages 23 seats.
4:05 AM: PML-N lead the polls in Punjab with 884 votes, MQM victorious in Karachi with 100 seats. MQM leader says won more than 85% of the seats. MQM celebrates Karachi win in Jinnah ground.
3:16 AM: Rahim Yar Khan s unofficial, inconclusive results for 263 out of 333 seats received. PML-N leads with 101 seats, independent candidates secures 94 seats, PPP wins 55, PTI secure 12 while JI manages single seat.
3:15 AM: Rajunpur s unofficial, inconclusive results for 95 out of 128 seats received. Independentcandidates lead with 36 seats, PML-N secures 33 seats, PTI wins 24 while PPP wins 2 seats.
3:13 AM: Rawalpindi s unofficial, inconclusive results for 187 out of 253 seats received. PML-N wins with 111 seats. PTI secures 21, PPP manages 2 while JI and AML win single seat each.
3:10 AM: Sialkot unofficial, inconclusive results for 194 out of 223 seats received. PML-N lead with 95 seats, independent candidates secure 82 seats, PTI wins 16 while PPP manages single seat.
3:05 AM: Jhang s unofficial, inconclusive results for 153 out of 200 seats received. Independent candidateswin 92, PML-N secures 54 while Pakistan Rah-e-Haq party wins 12 seats.
3:03 AM: Unofficial results for all 98 seats of Narowal received. PML-N secures 41 seats, independentcandidates win 40 while PTI secure 19 seats.
2:57 AM: Attock s unofficial, inconclusive results for 6 out of 7 seats received. PML-Q wins 4 while independent candidates secure 2 seats.
2:05 AM: Jhang s unofficial, inconclusive results for 117 out of 200 seats received. Independent candidateswin 64, PML-N secure 45 while Pakistan Rah-e-Haq party wins 8 seats.
2:00 AM: Sialkot unofficial, inconclusive results for 140 out of 223 seats received. Independent candidateslead with 64 seats, PML-N secures 61 seats, PTI wins 14 while PPP manages single seat
1:56 AM: Rawalpindi s unofficial, inconclusive results for 185 out of 253 seats received. PML-N wins with 109 seats. PTI secures 21, PPP manages 2 while JI and AML win single seat each.
1:52 AM: Rajunpur s unofficial, inconclusive results for 84 out of 128 seats received. Independentcandidates lead with 35 seats, PML-N secures 28 seats, PTI wins 20 while PPP wins 2 seats.
1:48 AM: Rahim Yar Khan s unofficial, inconclusive results for 218 out of 333 seats received. PML-Nand independent candidates lead with 84 seats, PPP wins 38, PTI secure 11 while JI manages single seat.
1:43 AM: Narowal s unofficial, inconclusive results for 98 out of 152 seats received. PML-N leads with 43 seats, independent candidates win 36 while PTI manages 19 seats.
1:10 AM: Punjab s 1603 out of 2497 results received. PML-N leads the polls with 716 votes. PTI secured 194 seats while independent candidates managed to win 660 seats.
11:00 PM: Khushab: PTI wins 4 seats, PML-N and independent candidates win 4 seats as well.
10:40 PM: Karachi: PTI s Hajat Khan wins by taking 2503 votes in UC-15
10:20 PM: Karachi: PML-N s M.Firdous wins elections from UC-11 by getting 2643 votes.
10:10 PM: Layyah: Independent candidates win 6, PTI 5 while PML-N won 2 seats.
10:05 PM: People have expressed their confidence in MQM by voting for the party: Faisal Sabzwari
9:55 PM: MQM s Saadulah wins from Bhatonagar, Municipal Corporation Korangi.
9:45 PM: Waseem Akhtar of MQM wins UC-11, Aqab Jacob line, Karachi.
9:30 PM: Shakargarh: PML-N wins 9, PTI and independent candidates win 5 seats each.
9:15 PM: PML-N wins 7, independent candidates win 3 while PTI managed 1 seat from Chaubara.
9:00 PM: PTI s Karachi President Ali Zaidi loses elections from UC-16.
8:45 PM: Mujahid Shah, cousin of MNA Javed Shah loses elections from UC-73.
8:35 PM: Shah Zain, son of former deputy speaker wins in Ward 44, Ahmadpur Shariqa.
8:20 PM: Rawalpindi: Sheikh Rasheed s nephew Rashid Shafiq wins in Municipal Corporation UC-40.
8:00 PM: Sang UC-55: PML-N s Raja Sardar Sarwar wins from ward 11.
7:15 PM: PML-N wins 6 seats from Khushab.
7:00 PM: 8 polling stations out of 40 announce their results for UC-42.
6:50 PM: Firing in Gujrat leaves candidate injured
6:30 PM: Keeping in tradition with its unparalleled performance:
5:30 PM: Results of a few unopposed candidates as Dunya News gets hold of polling results:
5:10 PM: Rawalpindi UC-33: PML-N workers and supporters of independent candidate clash with each other.
5:00 PM: Rigging claims in Narowal Government High School as alleged fake ballot papers found. Polling stopped at UC-53 Ward number 2.
4:50 PM: Those who commit rigging in Landhi will face wrath of the party, claims MQM.
4:35 PM: UC-21: A blind man turns out to cast his vote at the polling station in Shamsabad.
4:22 PM: Police detain four persons from outside a female polling station in Rawalpindi’s UC-12
3:57 PM: Police officers stop Governor Punjab’s son Asif Rajwana from entering female polling booth in Multan’s ward number 4 for favoring his cousin candidate
3:52 PM: PTI, PML-N supporters fight in Rojhan’s ward number 5 at Government High School. Reportedly, police arrest three people while two persons sustain wounds
3:52 PM: Polling stopped in Karachi’s UC-10 due to mismanagement, report summoned by electoral authorities
3:48 PM: A handicap man casts vote at WAPDA rest house polling station in Bhawalpur. The disable man says he has cast vote to Sher (PML-N) as the incumbent government is working for the welfare of society
3:44 PM: Scuffle between PML-N, PTI in Rawalpindi’s UC-79 breaks out due to wrong parking of car
3:39 PM: Two groups clash in Multan’s UC-115 Shujabad, heavy contingent of police summoned
3:38 PM: Firing at polling station in UC-159 leaves two people injured while security personnel also arrest one suspect
3:37 PM: Rangers arrest three suspects from Karachi’s west UC-37. Interrogation process is underway from the detainees
3:32 PM: Ballot papers and stamps recovered from a presiding officer at Government Primary School Khalsi in UC Thal Khair Muhammad of Rahim Yar Khan. Polling agents and voters lock the presiding officer inside a room.
3:21 PM: Rangers direct MQM and Haqiqi supporters to stay away from polling stations in Landhi.
3:15 PM: Polling temporarily stopped after clash between PML-N and PTI workers in UC-78 of Muhammadpur Gahota in Multan.
3:01 PM: MQM leader Farooq Sattar holds press conference. Sattar alleged Lines Area has been made no-go area. MQM leader demands ECP to reject results of 25 polling station or extend voting time by 5 hours.
2:57 PM: Polling resume at polling station 3 of Ward No. 2 in UC-78 of Rawalpindi.
2:57 PM: PML-N MPA Rana Mehmood-ul-Hassan misbehaves with presiding officer in UC-50 of Multan. Polling staff lodge strong protest.
ATCH VIDEO: Female voters in Lyari express satisfaction over security arrangements during LB Polls.
2:55 PM: Lady constables detain three women for allegedly casting fake votes at Ward No. 5 of UC-50 in Multan.
2:51 PM: Councillor election deferred at Ward No. 4 of UC-22 in Hasilpur over misprinting of ballot papers.
2:40 PM: PPP and PTI workers exchange fire outside polling station in Lyari Baghdadi. Two person reportedly injured.
2:37 PM: PML-N workers allegedly run away with ballot box in UC-58 near Alan Lohari Gate in Multan. Rangers detain female presiding officer.
2:34 PM: Polling temporarily stopped at Gul Noor School polling station in UC-7 of Karachi after clash between supporters of PPP and independent candidate. Rangers resort to baton-charge to disperse agitated workers.
2:28 PM: ECP rejects pleas of political parties regarding extension in polling time.
2:19 PM: Police seize weapon from vehicle of PML-N candidate in Cholistan’s UC-86 DRB. Two person arrested.
2:19 PM: Presiding Officer caught red-handed stamping votes at Muzaffargarh Municipal Committee’s Ward No. 34.
2:18 PM: Rigging bid foiled as Presiding Officer confiscates vote book completely stamped in PPP’s favor in Hadi Market polling station in UC-45 of North Nazimabad.
2:16 PM: One person held for casting fake vote in Government High School Madad Kalwan Polling Station in Narowal.
2:14 PM: Secretary Election Commission contacts DRO Khushab after reports of restrictions on women voters. Secretary EC directs to postpone polls if evidence of barring women from voting found.
2:13 PM: Three injured during clash between PPP and MQM workers after disappearance of vote book in Pehalwan Goth’s UC-27 in District East of Karachi.
2:12 PM: Sindh IG Ghulam Haider Jamali says nearly 33,000 policemen deployed for security during the local government elections.
2:04 PM: Rangers arrive outside polling station in UC-9 Jutt Line’s Ward No. 4 in District East of Karachi to disperse angry activists of MQM and Mohajir Qaumi Movement.
1:54 PM: Sindh Police IG says political leaders have the right to persuade voters however, would not let anyone disrupt peace.
1:53 PM: 118 complaints registered at the commission so far, 92 from Punjab while 26 from Karachi, states ECP
1:52 PM: PML-N supporters torture Dunya News team for coverage, snatch equipment in polling station 14 of ward 10 in Garh Maharaja of Jhang district
1:44 PM: Rangers detain 20 suspects from Karachi UCs 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, investigations underway: sources
1:38 PM: Presiding officer halts polling in Multan’s UC-131 as voters protest against uncomplete voting lists
1:34 PM: Abrarul Haq casts vote in Narowal ward number one polling station number one
1:31 PM: PML-N workers are buying votes for only Rs 5000 in Jhang’s ward 21, alleges Rana Gohar Ali
1:27 PM: Scuffle between two groups of women voters affects polling in UC-29
1:26PM: Three fake polling officers arrested from different areas in Karachi
1:16 PM: ECP takes notice of mismanagement in Landhi, seeks report from Secretary CEC, IG Sindh
1:07 PM: A 90-year-old woman casts voted in Rawalpindi’s UC-34
1:04 PM: One PTI and two independent candidates boycott elections in Sadiqabad’s ward 21, say alleged rigging was observed at the polling station
12:58 PM: Rangers identify irregularities in Multan’s UC-54, allege MPA Rana Mahmood-ul-Hassan of casting forged votes
12:56 PM: Administration and electoral staff stop media personnel from covering the polls at various pollings tation sin Rawalpindi. Newsmen show reservation on the issue
12:56 PM: ECP receives several complaints regarding delay in polling at various places in UC-13
12:52 PM: Independent candidate and PML-N candidate’s supporters brawl in Khairpur Tamiwali, polling halted
12:51 PM: Federal Minister Ahsan Iqbal reaches polling station to cast vote
12:45 PM: Polling agents of MQM were tortured in as many as 20 polling stations: complaints Farooq Sattar. He says that the administration stopped our agents from investigating the situation
12:40 PM: Three suspects arrested in Sialkot’s UC-13, Kothi School
12:16 PM: An elderly man faces difficulties while going upstairs to 3rd floor for casting vote
12:20 PM: Women voters protest in UC-78 of Rawalpindi, “Policeman locked polling station from inside and stamped ballots in favour of PML-N,” complain voters. Earlier in the union council, police had baton charged protesters
12:16 PM: Two PML-N groups scuffle in UC-43 of Jhang in Bhero polling station, two injured while polling stalls
12:14 PM: Authorities must take stern action against possession and display of weapons, CM Shahbaz issues directives to provincial committee for law and order from London
12:04 PM: PTI, PML-N clash leaves two injured in polling station number three of ward number two in UC-78 in Rawalpindi
12:03 PM: Police baton charge protesters after they demonstrated against ruling party’s MNA Tahira Aurangzeb upon her arrival in UC-3 Hazara Colony in Rawalpindi
12:01 PM: Unidentified culprits torch two motorcycles in Landhi number one while damage political party’s camp
11:53 AM: Election commission likely to annul elections in ten polling stations of Karachi’s District East as Deputy Commissioner conducted polling without permission. Sardar Raza Khan to take decision in the matter.
11:50 AM: Voters chant ’Go Nawaz Go’ as PML-N leader Tahira Aurangeb visits UC-3 Hazara Colony of Rawalpindi
11:49 AM: Unidentified armed men open fire outside District East’s UC-29 ward three
11:45 AM: Polling not started yet in Karachi’s Orangi UC-27 Al-Hamd school, presiding officer absent while no polling material avaliable at station
11:42 AM: Muttahida’s Dr Farooq Sattar urges commission to extend polling time
11:39 AM: PML-N, Insafians throw punches in polling station in UC-33 of Bahawalpur
11:30 AM: Sheikh Rasheed casts vote in Rawalpindi
“PTI will win with massive lead in his area,” says Awami Muslim League (AML) Chairman
11:28 AM: Rangers send presiding officer among three fake staffers to jail for three months. Spokesperson says the arrests were made in Parsi School area and Nishtar Park.
11:23 AM: Landhi Superintendent of Police (SP) disses news of presiding officer’s kidnapping. Says security situation in hand however, few paltry clashes were reported here and there.