Sialkot NA-75 report submitted to ECP, PK-63 results challenged

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The territory returning serviceman and returning officers person submitted their study connected Sialkot NA-75 by-elections to the Election Commission of Pakistan.

The study details the reasons for the hold successful the results of the by-elections.

Read more: NA-75 by-election results withheld aft presiding officers spell ‘missing’

The results of the by-polls were withheld aft 20 presiding officers went missing connected February 19. They returned the adjacent time and submitted the results. PML-N accused the PTI of attempting to rig the election. The ECP ordered an enquiry into it.

The committee is expected to clasp a gathering to sermon the by-election connected Wednesday.

The PML-N members and supporters person announced that they volition situation the results of the “biased” by-polls.

PTI challenges PK-63 results

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has filed an exertion successful the ECP and challenged the results of the Nowshera PK-63 by-elections.

PML-N’s Ikhtiyar Wali won the by-election by securing 21,122 votes, portion PTI’s Mian Umar Kakakhel came successful 2nd aft bagging 17,023 votes.

Kakakhel said, successful the application, that determination is simply a wide quality successful serial numbers connected ballot papers. At slightest 1,500 ballot papers went missing from 1 polling station, different presumption issued 1,200 ballot papers but lone 483 votes were formed and the returning officers were returned 1,317 ballot papers alternatively of 717.

Read more: PML-N wins PK-63 and PP-51, PTI claims NA-45

One polling presumption issued 1,800 ballot papers but 2,400 votes were cast, helium claimed, adding that 40% of polling stations reported mismanagement and usurpation of rules.

The spot fell vacant aft the decease of erstwhile KP curate Mian Jamsheduddin Kakakhel. The PTI gave the summons to his lad Mian Umar Kakakhel.

Nowshera is the location metropolis of Defence Minister Pervez Khattak and a stronghold of the ruling PTI.

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