The Election Management System has collected results from various regions across Pakistan, providing insights into the ongoing elections. These results offer an overview of the composition of both the National and Provincial Assemblies.
As of now, results from several constituencies have been tallied, revealing the makeup of the National Assembly. Out of the 129 constituencies, a diverse range of candidates have emerged victorious.
Among them, 58 candidates ran independently without affiliation to any specific political party. Additionally, candidates from established political parties have secured seats, with 34 belonging to the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and 31 from the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).
This distribution of seats reflects the diversity of political representation in the National Assembly, with a significant number of independent candidates winning alongside those from prominent political parties.
These early results provide an initial glimpse into the emerging dynamics of the electoral landscape, but further results are still awaited as the election process continues to unfold.