Azad Jammu and Kashmir Elections 2021: Voting begins

724 up-and-comers challenging for 45 seats

SAMAA | Zulqarnain Iqbal and Amiruddin Mughal – Posted: Jul 25, 2021 | Last Updated: 51 mins back

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Six individuals were captured outside a surveying station for LA-45 in Peshawar. It was accounted for that a battle broke out between surveying specialists and laborers of an ideological group. The democratic continued following a postponement of 30 minutes. The citizens are being permitted inside The City School No 2 after exacting security checking.

A sum of 724 competitors are challenging for 45 general seats. This year, 20 ladies are contending in the surveys. 500 and 79 up-and-comers are vieing for 33 voting public inside Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The excess are challenging for 12 “exile electorates” in the country’s four regions.

The 45 straightforwardly chose individuals from the Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly will pick eight possibility for exceptional seats. The gathering will be framed by 53 administrators.

This year, 32 ideological groups are vieing for the AJK elections.Over 2.8 million electors have been enlisted in Azad Kashmir and 0.4 million in Jammu. As per the AJK Election Commission, upwards of 301,400 electors will practice their entitlement to cast a ballot in Mirpur area; 287,536 in Bhimber region; 540,646 in Kotli region, and 286,864 in Bagh region.

The AJK government has given over the security of the forthcoming political race to the Pakistan Army. In excess of 44,000 security work force will be conveyed at surveying stations across the district according to Article 245 of the Constitution. The Pakistan Army troops will be sent from July 22 to July 26.

Police, helped by LEAs from different territories and Civil Armed Forces, including Rangers and FC, will be utilized for the smooth and serene direct of AJK Elections

The public authority has proclaimed 1,209 surveying stations touchy and 826 generally delicate. Control rooms will be set up across the locale at the area level to guarantee a smooth progression of casting a ballot.

The last decisions were held in 2016, in which PML-N sacked 31 seats, PPP won three seats, PTI won two, and the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Party won one seat. Of the all out 29 seats, PML-N took 22. The excess it won from 12 supporters across Pakistan.

Here is the rundown of competitors challenging for the races this year:

LA 1 – Mirpur I

PPP’s Choudhry Muhammad Asfar Shahid

PTI’s Chaudhry Azhar Sadiq

JK PP’s Raja Muhammad Sarfaraz

Jamat Falah e Insaniyat AJK’s Abdul Latif Butt

AII J&K MC’s Ghulam Rabbani Barq

PML-N’s Chaudhry Masood Khalid

IND Javed Iqbal

IND Muhammad Jahangir Akbar

IND Shoaib Abid

IND Tahir Qayyum

IND Shahid Ahmed Chughtai

IND Zaffar Khan

IND Zahoor Sarwar

IND Ali Zaman

IND Liaqat Ali

IND Luqman Anjum Sultan

IND Nasreen Akhter

IND Nagina Perveen

IND Waqar Ahmed Mughal

LA 2 – Mirpur II

TLP’s Abu Al Hasnat

MQMP’s Basharat Shareef

PPP’s Qasim Majeed

AAPP’s Khalid Farooq

AII J&K MC’s Zulfiqar Ali

QIP’s Sabar Sheraz

PTI’s Zafar Anwer

AT’s Asim Akram

PML-N’s Muhammad Nazir Inqalabi

JK UM’s Mazar Iqbal

JK DP’s Mazar Iqbal

IND Jameel Akhter

IND Sohail Sarfaraz

IND Shahid Anwer

IND Azeem Bakhsh

IND Muhammad Khalil

IND Moheez Majeed

IND Maqsood Ahmed Tahir

LA 3 – Mirpur III

MWM’s Syed Tasawer Hussain Kazmi

MQMP’s Toqeer Ahmed

JI’s Zulqernain Butt

PTI’s Sultan Mehmood

JK UM’s Shabir Ahmed Chachi

AII J&K MC’s Shazada Iqbal

QIP’s Sardar Abdul Rahman Khan

TLP’s Umair Asghar

PPP’s Chaudhry Muhammad Ashraf

PML-N’s Chaudhry Muhammad Saeed

AT’s Raja Muhammad Naib Khan

AAPP’s Nasreen Farooq

IND Yasir Sultan

IND Muhammad Waqas Ashraf

IND Muhammad Naheem

IND Muhammad Azeem

IND Muhammad Bilawal Hussain

IND Muhammad Ashraf

IND Qamar Zaheer

IND Ishrat Hassan

IND Shaid Latif

IND Aman Ullah Khan

IND Iftikhar Ahmed

LA 4 – Mirpur IV

PTI’s Arshad Hussain

JI’s Altaf Hussain

MQMP’s Raja Tanveer ul Hasan

JK UM’s Khalid Hussain

PML-N’s Ruksar Ahmed

PPP’s Riaz Ahmed Chaudhry

TLP’s Abdul Aziz Chaudhry

PPP’s Faiz Hameed

AII J&K MC’s Raja Masood Raqoof

IND Ikhlaq Ahmed

IND Hafeez Ullah Khan

IND Soaib Arshad

IND Raja Zaheer ul Haq

IND Abdul Qayyum Aziz

IND Aveena Ruksar

IND Farooq Ahmed

LA 5 – Bhimber I

PPP’s Choudhry Pervez Ashraf

PML-N’s Waqar Ahmed Noor

J&K UM’s Aamir Saddique

PTI’s Chaudhry Anwar-ul-Haq

JI’s Muzaffar Hussain

TLP’s Muhammad Khursheed

AII J&K MC’s Muhammad Shafique Jarral

IND Laeeque Muhammad Aamer

IND Muhammad Sikandar Khan

INDA Malik Abdu Hamid

IND Shakir Raza

IND Chaudhry Waleed Ashraf

IND Waqas Khizar

IND Muhammad Malik

LA 6 – Bhimber II

PPP’s Idrees Chaudhry

PTI’s Ali Shan

AII J&K MC’s Khushnood Azam

TLP’s Ghulam Qadar

JI’s Fakhar Uddin Ahmed

AT’s Mehbood Hussain

JK Liberation League’s Muhammad Arif

PML-N’s Maqsood Ahmed Khan

IND Javeed Akhtar

IND Javeed Iqbal

IND Waheem Akram

IND Adeel Ali Shan

IND Muhammad Razzaq

IND Muhammad Rafiq

IND Muhammad Latif

LA 7 – Bhimber III

PPP’s Anees Ahmed

PTI’s Chaudhry Anwar ul Haq

JI’s Riaz Ahmed

TLP’s Muhammad Zubair

J&K Awami Itehad’s Samia Mukhtar

PML-N’s Tariq Farooq

AII J&K MC’s Raja Tahir Iqbal Khan

J&K UM’s Muhammad Ali Akhtar

PPP’s Ali Murtaza

J&K Awami Tehreek’s Muhammad Aziz Subhani

IND Inam ul Haq

IND Inam Sobani

IND Raja Babar Ali Zulqernanin

IND Muhammad Taimur Ilyas

IND Muhammad Rizwan

IND Muhammad Saeed

IND Muhammad Sajjad

IND Sami Ullah

IND Muhammad Abdullah

IND Abdul Qayyum

IND Muhammad Usman

IND Abid Zubair

IND Qayyum Yousaf

IND Raja Mazar Iqbal

LA 8 – Kotli I

PML-N’s Zulfiqar Ali

J&K UM’s Sanwal Shareef Akash

JK PP’s Shahzad Ahmed

PTI’s Zaffar Iqbal Malik

TLP’s Malik Zaheer Ahmed

QIP’s Aqib Amir

PPP’s Muhammad Aftab Anjum

JI’s Muhammad Arif

AII J&K MC’s Malik Muhammad Nawaz Khan

IND Amjad Rasheed

IND Syed Amir Arshad Ali Shah

IND Muhammad Zaman

IND Muhammad Faiz Malik

LA 9 – Kotli II

PTI’s Asif Hanif

PPP’s Javed Iqbal Budhanvi

AII J&K MC’s Sardar Muhammad Naeem Khan

PML-N’s Munir Hussain Khan

PPP’s Muhammad Raqib Shaheen

TLP’s M.Shabeer Tabassum

IND Asif Mumtaz

IND Khizer Iftikhar

IND Shadia Shaheen

IND Shah Nawaz Ali

IND Masood Ahmed

IND Muhammad Baseer Khan Sarwar

IND Muhammad Naeem Khan

IND Waqar Ahmed Khan

LA 10 – Kotli III

AAPP’s Anees Butt

PML-N’s Zubair Iqbal Kayani

JK Liberation League’s Shakil Ahmed Rathore

JI’s Abdul Hameed Chaudhary

QIP’s Sardar Abdur Rehman Khan

PPP’s Raja Imran Adil

TLP’s Muhammad Tasneem Azeem

AII J&K MC’s Muhammad Farooq Khan

PPP’s Muhammad Yasin Chaudhary

PTI’s Malik Muhammad Yousaf

IND Ahmed Faheem

IND Rizwan Ahmed

IND Shakeel Mehmood

IND Asim Javed

IND Atif Ikram

IND Abdur Rehman

IND Chaudhary Abdul Qayyum

IND Irfan Arif Chaudhary

IND Lal Hussain

IND Liaqat Hussain Mughal

IND Syed Majid Bukhari

IND Muhammad Iltas Chaudhary

IND Muhammad Amjad

IND Muhammad Masood Raza

IND Muhammad Najeeb Raja

IND Chaudhary Nasir Kamal Yousaf

IND Nazam Hussain

LA 11 – Kotli IV

AII J&K MC’s Raja Iftikhar Hussain

J&K UM’s Babar Hussain

QIP’s Sardar Abdul Rehman Khan

PTI’s Ch.Muhammad Ikhlaq

PPP’s Sardar Muhammad Bashir Pehlwan

AAPP’s Muhammad Bashir

TLP’s Muhammad Habib

JI’s Muhammad Mehfooz

PML-N’s Raja Muhammad Naseer

IND Abu Bakar

IND Sardar Zaffar Iqbal

IND Muhammad Akram

IND Muhammad Babar

IND Mehfooz Hussain

LA 12-Kotli V

TLP’s Arshad Mehmood

JK PP’s Bashrat Hussain

PTI’s Shauqat Fareed

JI’s Ghafarat Shaid

PML-N’s Muhammad Riasat Khan

JK Liberation League’s Muhamamd Sharyar Zaffar

PPP’s Muhammad Yasin

AAPP’s Maqsood Ahmed

AII J&K MC’s Naeem Mansab Dad Khan

IND Haider Ali Tepu

IND Zulfiqar Ahmed

IND Robina Shaheen

IND Saeed Hussain

IND Aqeel ur Rehman

IND Muhammad Alyas

IND Muhammad Munir

IND Mumtaz Ahmed

IND Nusrat Hussain

LA 13 – Kotli VI

TLP’s Arslan Faiz

PML-N’s Ayaz Ahmed

JI’s Ch. Habib ur Rehman

PPP’s Amar Farooq

AII J&K MC’s Muhammad Rasheed

PPP’s Muhammad Waleed

PTI’s Nisar Ansar

MQMP’s Waseem Zulfiqar

IND Javed Iqbal

IND Ch. Nisar Ahmed

IND Zubair Hussain

IND Shadab Sikandar

IND Abdul Qayyum Sabri

IND Abdul Qayyu Qamar

IND Muhammad Asad

IND Muhammad Waseem Kafiat

IND Nasreen Akhtar

LA 14 – Bagh I

JK PP’s Abrar Ahmed

J&K UM’s Akhtar Hussain

JI’s Imtiaz Ahmed Abbasi

JI’s Khalid Mehmood Khan

PPP’s Muhamad Khawar Khan

TLP’s Muhammad Usman Abbasi

PML-N’s Raja Faisal Azad

PTI’s Muhammad Latif Khalique

LA 15 – Bagh II

PTI’s Tanveer Ilyas

PPP’s Rahida Riaz

PPP’s Sardar Zia-ul-Qamar

JI’s Abdul Rasheed Tarabi

JUI’s Abdul Rasheed

TLP’s Masood Hayat

PML-N’s Mushtaq Ahmed Minhas

MQMP’s Muhammad Gulzar Khan

LA 16 – Bagh III

PML-N’s Ejaz Ahmed

PTI’s Sardar Mir Akbar Khan

PPP’s Sardar Muhammad Rafique Baig

PPP’s Sardar Qamar-uz-Zaman Khan

TLP’s Saddam Aziz

JI’s Muhammad Sajid Khan

MQMP’s Muhammad Rafique Hashmi

LA 17 – Bagh IV

TLP’s Tanveer Hussain Siddiqui

PML-N’s Ch. Muhammad Aziz

PPP’s Raja Faisal Mumtaz Rathore

PTI’s Amir Nazir Choudhary

LA 18 – Pooch and Sudhnuti I

PPP’s Muhammad Ishfaq Khan

PPP’s Sardar Amjad Yousaf Khan

JI’s Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan

TLP’s Tariq Aziz

PTI’s Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan Nayazi

PML-N’s Ch. Muhammad Yasin Gulshan

LA 19 – Pooch and Sudhnuti II

PTI’s Sardar Arzash Sadozai

PPP’s Saood canister Sadiq

PML-N’s Sardar Amir Altaf Khan

TLP’s Gulbaz Khan

JI’s Muhammad Sarfraz

LA 20 – Pooch and Sudhnuti III

PML-N’s Abdul Rashid Khan

PTI’s Khattab Azam

JUI’s Riaz Ahmed Nomani

TLP’s Shafat Hussain

PPP’s Sardar Muhammad Yaqoub Khan

JI’s Zahid Rafiq

LA 21 – Pooch and Sudhnuti IV

PML-N’s Tahir Anwer Khan

TLP’s Muhammad Abid Hussain

JI’s Sardar Qayyum Afs

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