Muzaffarabad: Re-voting in the LA-16 Bagh of the Legislative Assembly of Jammu and Kashmir in Azad.
2,383 voters used their rights at four polling stations in the area.
On July 25, after the ballots were burned, two polling stations in Bagh stopped voting.
What I want to mention here is that Pakistan’s Justice Movement (PTI) has become the largest single political party in the election of Azad’s Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly, based on unofficial and unannounced results, among the 45 seats in the polls Occupies 25 seats.
The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) won 11 seats and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) won 6 seats. The Muslim Congress (MC) and the Jammu Kashmir People’s Party (JK PP) each have one seat. The results of the LA 16 – Bagh III constituency have not yet been announced.
There are 3,250,117 registered voters in all 33 constituencies in 10 districts in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, including 1,468,317 women.
All 12 constituencies are applicable to Pakistani Jammu and Kashmir refugees, who exercise the right to vote to elect Azad Jammu Kashmir’s legislative assembly for the next five years of constitutional term.