The Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) directed on Monday the recounting of votes in 26 nationwide and provincial constituencies.
ECP ordered a vote recount after a number of candidates objected to the outcomes of their election held on July 25 whereas the recount of a number of different constituencies is already underway after shedding aspect appealed to the returning workplaces.
Following are the constituencies the place recounting might be held:
NA-57 (Murree), NA-158 (Multan), NA-110 (Faisalabad), NA-129 (Lahore), NA-112 (Toba Tek Singh), NA-15 (Abbottabad), NA-10 (Shangla), NA-159, NA-170 (Bahawalpur), NA-118 (Nankana Sahib), NA-140 (Kasur), PP-220 (Multan) and DG Khan district’s PP-291, PP-290, and PP-292 provincial constituencies.
Former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was defeated by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) Sadaqat Abbasi in NA-57 (Murree).
In NA-158, former premier and Pakistan Peoples Celebration (PPP) chief Yousaf Raza Gilani was defeated by the PTI candidate.
In NA-129, PML-N chief and Nationwide Meeting Speaker Ayaz Sadiq had defeated PTI’s Aleem Khan.
In NA-15, PML-N’s Murtaza Javed Abbasi, the deputy speaker of the NA, had defeated PTI’s Ali Asghar Khan.
In NA-10, the PML-N had emerged victorious whereas in NA-170, the PTI candidate had defeated PML-N chief and former minister Baleeghur Rehman.
In NA-140, NA-112, NA-110, NA-159, NA-118, the PTI candidates had emerged victorious in opposition to the PML-N, nevertheless, the recount would lastly seal or invert the victory.