Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Government Elections Tehsil Council Results Continue

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Local Government Elections Tehsil Council Results Continue


Polling for the local body elections was held in 17 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where results are still coming out after counting votes in 66 tehsils.

Tehsil Council Hangu:

According to unofficial results of 12 polling stations of Tehsil Council Hangu, independent candidate Amir Ghani is leading with 1759 votes, while Muhammad Qasim of JUI-F is at the second position with 1450 votes.

Nowshera Tehsil Council:

According to unofficial results of Tehsil Council Nowshera, ANP’s Mian Babar Shah Kakakhel is leading in a polling station with 84 votes, while PTI’s Muhammad Ishaq Khan Khattak is in second place with 41 votes. ۔

Tehsil Council Nawagai Bajaur:

According to the unofficial results of Bajaur Tehsil Council Nawagai, Latif Jan of Jamaat-e-Islami is leading with 397 votes at a polling station while Dr. Khalil-ur-Rehman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is at the second position with 131 votes.

Tehsil Council Razar Swabi:

According to the unofficial results of Swabi Tehsil Council Razar, Ghulam Haqqani of Awami National Party is leading with 81 votes in 1 polling station, while Buland Iqbal of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is leading with 17 votes. Are numbered

Tehsil Council Chhota Lahore Swabi:

According to unofficial preliminary results of Swabi Tehsil Council Chhota Lahore, Adil Khan of PML-N is leading with 158 votes in a polling station, while Sohail Khan of PTI is at the second position with 113 votes.

Tehsil Council Minister:

According to the unofficial preliminary results of the Tehsil Council Minister, JUI-F’s Malik Mastu Khan is leading in a polling station with 55 votes, while the independent candidate Bakhtullah is in second place with 6 votes.

Tehsil Council Lower Mohmand:

According to the unofficial results of Tehsil Council Lower Mohmand, Saifullah Khan of ANP is leading with 160 votes in a polling station, while Naveed Ahmed Mohmand of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is in second place with 62 votes.

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