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ECP officially announces results of 52 senate seats from Capital, FATA, four provinces.

ISLAMABAD:The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has officially announced the senate election 2018 results of all 52 seats

of general, technocrat, non-Muslim and women reserved from federal capital, Federally Administered Tribal areas (FATA) and four provinces.

According to ECP, on one general seat from the federal capital, Muhammad Asad Ali Khan Junejo won the senate

election by grabbing 214 votes while two other candidates Raja Imran Ashraf and Kanwal Shauzab received 45 and 32 votes respectively.

On technocrat seat from federal capital, Mushahid Hussain Syed remained successful by receiving 223 votes against Raja Muhammad Shakil Abbasi who got 64 votes.

On general seat the number of valid votes were 291 while on technocrat seat the number of valid votes were

287.

On four senate seats from FATA, the winning candidates were Shamim Afridi, Mirza Muhammad Afridi, Hidayat Ullah

and Hillal Ur Rehman.

It said that the seven winning candidates on general seats from Punjab included Ch. Mohammad Sarwar, Dr Asif

Kirmani, Rana Mehmood ul Hassan, Shaheen Khalid Butt, Musadik Masood Malik, Rana Maqbool Ahmad and Haroon Khan.

On two reserved seats for technocrat/Ulema, the winning candidates were Hafiz Abdul Karim and Mohammad Ishaq Dar. On two

reserved seats for women Saadia Abbasi and Nuzhat Sadiq got success while Kamran Michael was elected on one non-Muslim seat from Punjab.

On general seats total number of votes were 365, on technocrat seats number of valid votes were 362 and on women

reserved seats number of valid votes were 358 while on non-Muslim seat the number of valid votes were 357.

The seven winning candidates on general seats from Sindh were Mian Raza Rabbani, Syed Muhammad Ali Shah Jamot,

Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah, Muhammad Farogh Naseem, Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, Moula Bux Chandio and Imamuddin Shouqeen.

On two reserved seats for technocrat/Ulema, the winning candidates were Dr Sikandar Mandhro and Rukhsana Zuberi. On two reserved seats for women Quratulain Marri and Keshoo Bai got success while Anwar Lal Dean was elected on one non-Muslim seat from Sindh.

On general seats number of valid votes were 147, on technocrat seats number of valid votes were 154 and on women

reserved seats number of valid votes were 155 while on non-Muslim seat the number of valid votes were 148.

According to commission, the seven winning candidates on general seats from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa included Muhammad Talha Mehmood (JUI-F), Faisal Javed ((PTI), Syed Muhammad Sabir Shah (Independent), Muhammad Ayub (PTI), Behramand (PPPP), Fida Muhammad (PTI) and Mushtaq Ahmed (Jamat-e-Islami Pakistan).

On two reserved seats for technocrat/Ulema, Muhammad Azam Khan Swati (PTI) and Dilawar Khan (Independent) won the election while on two seats reserved for women Mehar Taj Roghani (PTI) and Robina Khalid (PPPP) got success.

On general seats total number of voters were 122, polled votes were 122 and the number of valid votes were 118 while invalid votes were four. On technocrat seats, total number of voters were 122, polled votes were 122, and valid votes were 120 while the invalid votes were two.

Similarly, on seats reserved for women, total number of voters were 122, polled votes were 122, and valid votes were 120 while invalid votes were two.

It said that the seven winning candidates on general seats from Balochistan were Muhammad Akram, Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, Ahmed Khan, Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar, Kohda Babar, Molvi Faiz Muhammad and Sardar Muhammad Shafiq Tareen.

On two reserved seats for women, Abida Muhammad Azeem and Sana Jamali got success while on two reserved seats

for technocrat/Ulema, the winning candidates were Muhammad Tahir Bizinjo and Naseebullah Bazai.

On general seats the number of valid votes were 63, on technocrat seats the number of valid votes were 64 while on women reserved seats the number of valid votes were 64.
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