GB Election 2020 Official Results Update

Latest Update about BG Election 2020, In Gilgit-Baltistan elections, unofficial results of all the seats have been received. PTI is leading with 10 seats, PPP is second with 3 seats and PML-N is third with two seats. Independent candidate for 7 seats.

According to News updates, voting for 23 out of 24 seats in Gilgit-Baltistan started at 8 am and continued peacefully till 5 pm. Even in the cold weather, people lined up to exercise their voting right.

GB Election 16 November 2020 NewsPaper headline

PTI and independent candidates took the GB Election 2020

The unofficial and unconfirmed results of all the 23 constituencies have received in the elections, out of which the PTI has won 10 seats. The PPP won three seats, the PML-N two and the MWM got one seat, while seven independents won election 2020. When the results came out, aerial firing and fireworks were set off at various places in Gilgit and workers of the expected winning candidates celebrated.

Big wicket of PPP’s  Has Felt

Former Chief Minister of Gilgit-Baltistan and PPP candidate Syed Mehdi Ali Shah was defeated by PTI candidate Raja Muhammad Zakaria from GBA#7 Skardu. According to unofficial preliminary results of 30 out of 30 polling stations of GBA#7 Skardu, Raja Muhammad Zakaria Khan of PTI got 5290 votes while former Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah came second with 4114 votes.

GB#1 (Winner PPP’s Amjad Hussain)

According to the unconfirmed results of all 62 constituencies, PPP’s Amjad Hussain won with 11,178 votes, independent candidate Sultan Raees came second with 8,356 votes and PTI’s Johar Ali came third with 403 votes. The number of registered votes in the constituency is 35992.

GB#2 (Winner PTI Fatehullah Khan) in Recounting

An interesting situation arose in this constituency. The number of registered votes here is 41,108. As of last night, according to unofficial results from all 72 constituencies, PPP’s Jamil Ahmed had won the election with 6848 votes. PTI’s Fatehullah Khan came second with 6229 votes and PML-N’s Hafeez-ur-Rehman came third with 2100 votes.

However, when the votes were recounted, PTI’s Fatehullah Khan defeated PPP’s Jamil Ahmed by a narrow margin of just two votes.

GB#3 (Postponed)

Election has been postponed until November 22 Due to the death of one candidate election in this seat.

GB#4 (Winner PPP’s Amjad Hussain)

According to the unconfirmed results of all 42 constituencies, PPP’s Amjad Hussain won this constituency with 4716 votes. His thorny contest was against the Islamic Movement of Pakistan (ITP) candidate Muhammad Ayub who got 4291 votes. PTI candidate Zulfiqar Mir got 2200 votes here. The number of registered votes here is 23,171.

GB#5 (Winner IND Javed Ali Manwa)

According to unofficial results of all 26 polling stations of the constituency, independent candidate Javed Ali Manwa won by getting 2443 votes. Rizwan Ali of MWM got 1766 votes, independent candidate Zulfiqar Ali Murad got 1230 votes and Mirza Hussain of PPP got 1123 votes. The total number of votes in the constituency is 14,001.

GB#6 (Winner PTI’s Col (retd) Obaidullah Baig)

According to unofficial results received from all the 92 polling stations in the constituency, PTI’s Col (retd) Obaidullah Baig won with 6600 votes. Independent candidate Noor Mohammad came second with 4584 votes and PPP’s Zahoor Karim Advocate came third with 3005 votes. The number of registered votes here is 43,603.

GB#7 (Winner PTI’s Raja Muhammad Zakaria Khan)

According to unconfirmed results from all the 30 polling stations in this constituency of Skardu, Raja Muhammad Zakaria Khan of PTI came first with 5290 votes, while former Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Syed Mehdi Shah of PPP got 4114 votes. Muhammad Akbar Khan of PML-N got 818 votes. The number of registered votes here is 17,127.

GB#8 (Winner MWM Party Muhammad Kazim)

In this constituency, there was a close contest and after unofficial results of all 55 polling stations, Muhammad Kazim of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM) won with 7534 votes while PPP candidate Syed Muhammad Ali Shah got 7146 votes. Stay in second place. The number of registered votes in the constituency is 39567.

GB#9 (Winner IND Muhammad Saleem)

According to unofficial results from all 54 constituencies, independent candidate Muhammad Saleem won with 6286 votes. PTI’s Fida Muhammad Nishad got 5187 votes and PPP minister Waqar Ali got 1856 votes. The number of registered votes in the constituency is 25562.

GB#10 (Winner IND Raja Nasir Ali Khan)

According to the unconfirmed results received from all the 46 polling stations in the constituency, independent candidate Raja Nasir Ali Khan won with 4667 votes. In comparison, PTI candidate Wazir Hussain got 3344 votes. The number of registered votes here is 26839.

GB#11 (Winner PTI’s Syed Amjad Ali)

According to unofficial results of all 42 polling stations, Syed Amjad Ali of PTI won with 5733 votes. Independent candidate Syed Mohsin Rizvi came second with 2016 votes and independent candidate Iqbal Hussain came third with 1838 votes. The number of registered votes in the constituency was 26869.

GB#12 (Winner PTI’s Raja Muhammad Azam Khan)

70 polling stations were set up in this constituency of Shigar. Unconfirmed and unofficial results of all these have been received according to which Raja Muhammad Azam Khan of PTI has won with 10674 votes. Imran Nadeem of PPP came second with 8886 votes and Muhammad Tahir Shugri of PML-N came third with 2261 votes. The number of registered voters here is 36,183.

GB#13 (Winner PTI’s Khalid Khurshid)

According to unofficial and unconfirmed results of all 49 polling stations, Khalid Khurshid Khan of PTI won with 4836 votes while Abdul Hameed Khan of PPP got 3117 votes and Rana Farman Ali of PML-N got 2192 votes. Done The number of registered voters here is 33,378.

GB#14 (Winner PTI Shamsul Haq Noon)

According to the unofficial results of all the 52 constituencies, PTI’s Shamsul Haq Noon won with 5354 votes. PPP candidate Muzaffar Ali got 3479 votes and PML-N candidate got 3009 votes. The number of registered voters here is 29,023.

GB#15 (Winner IND Shah Baig)

According to unofficial and unconfirmed results of all the 45 polling stations in this constituency, independent candidate Shah Baig won with 2713 votes. His independent rival Muhammad Dil Pazir got 2309 votes and PTI candidate Nowshad Alam got 183 votes. The turnout was very low, with 35,185 registered voters.

GB#16 (Winner PML-N Muhammad Anwar)

According to unofficial and unconfirmed results of all 41 polling stations in the constituency, PML-N candidate Muhammad Anwar took 4813 votes. This is the second victory of PML-N. His opponent Azad Ataullah got 2576 votes and Atiqullah of PTI got 1733 votes. The number of registered voters in this constituency is 35,405.

GB#17 (Winner PTI Haider Khan)

According to the unconfirmed results of all 41 polling stations in the constituency, Haider Khan of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) bagged 5389 votes. Rehmat Khaliq of JUI-F got 5162 votes and Ghaffar Khan of PPP got 423 votes. The number of registered voters in this constituency is 29,955.

GB#18 (Winner PTI’s Gulbar Khan)

According to unofficial results of all 26 polling stations in Gilgit-Baltistan’s Constituency-18, PTI’s Gulbar Khan won with 6793 votes. Independent candidate Malik Kifayat-ur-Rehman got 5986 votes while independent Malik Shafayat-ur-Rehman could not get any votes.

GB#19 (Winner IND Nawaz Khan)

According to unofficial results of all 51 polling stations in the constituency, independent candidate Nawaz Khan won with 6208 votes. His opponent PPP candidate Jalal Ali Shah got 4967 votes and PTI candidate Zafar Muhammad got 3000 votes. There are 37,808 registered voters.

GB#20 (Winner PTI Nazir Ahmed Baig)

According to unofficial results of all 20 polling stations in Gilgit-Baltistan’s Constituency 20, PTI’s Nazir Ahmed bagged 5582 votes. From here PML-N candidate Khan Akbar Khan got 3815 votes and PPP candidate Ali Madad Sher got 1026 votes. The number of registered voters here is 42,533.

GB#21 (Winner PML-N Ghulam Muhammad)

According to the unofficial results of all the 52 polling stations here, PML-N candidate Ghulam Muhammad won with 4334 votes. This is the first victory of PML-N. His opponent PPP candidate Muhammad Ayub Shah got 3430 votes and independent candidate Hafeez-ur-Rehman got 517 votes. The number of registered voters here is 34,973.

GB#22 (Winner IND Mushtaq Hussain )

According to the unofficial results of all the polling stations in this constituency, the independent candidate Mushtaq Hussain won with 6051 votes. PTI candidate Muhammad Ibrahim Sanai got 4945 votes, PPP candidate Muhammad Jaffer got 2615 votes and PML-N’s Razaul Haq got 614 votes. The number of registered voters here is 29,104.

GB#23 (Winner IND Abdul Hameed)

According to unofficial results from all 48 polling stations in the constituency, independent candidate Abdul Hameed won with 3666 votes. His opponent Amna Bibi of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) came second with 3296 votes and independent Amanullah came third with 232 votes. The number of registered voters here is 27,522.

GB#24 (Winner PPP Muhammad Ismail)

The number of registered votes in this constituency is 20,187 and unofficial results were received from all the 42 polling stations here, according to which PPP candidate Muhammad Ismail was declared the winner with 6206 votes. Syed Shamsuddin of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf got 5361 votes while Manzoor Hussain of PML-N could not get any votes.

 

All these are unofficial results of Gilgit-Baltistan Election 2020 results. More Results will be updated here.

Latest Comments of Parties Leaders on GB Election:

Maryam Nawaz Vice President (PML-N ) has said that it is is a shameful defeat of the federal government not getting even a simple majority in Gilgit-Baltistan despite the worst rigging.

its shows PTI Defeat in upcoming days!

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Chairman (PPP) has raised the call of protest against Gilgit-Baltistan election results.

He told to media when his party workers were on protest in front of RO office Gilgit.

Read His Tweet before participation in PPP workers protest against Election.

My election has been stolen. I will be joining the people of Gilgit-Baltistan in their protest shortly. BilawalBhuttoZardari (@BBhuttoZardari) November 16, 2020.

 

Must Read About Chief Election Commissioner Gilgit-Baltistan

Raja Shahbaz Khan Chief Election Commissioner Gilgit-Baltistan  has strictly rejected allegations of election rigging by PPP and PML-N political parties.

In his press conference e said that its fake and they telling a lie. they are blaming that election has stolen. I challenge them and especially Mr. Ahsan Iqbal to proof about highjacking of election. Still we have not receive any officail result from all 23 seats.

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