Islamabad: On Sunday Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was leading cantonment board elections with independents trailing behind. The vote count was started with more than half of the results. PTI is in the lead with 62 seats, followed by PML-N with 56 and independent competitors with 52 seats, according to unofficial results. PPP has won 17, Jamaat-e-Islami seven, MQM 10, and ANP, and BAP two each. A result of 1,569 competitors stood for elections in 219 districts of 42 cantonment boards. Of the candidates competing for a total of 219 wards, seven candidates have already been elected unopposed. There is no contest in four wards of Kamra, none in one district of Rawalpindi, and none in one district of Pano Aqil.

Accordingly, On Sunday polls were taken in 206 wards. The polling process began at 8 am and proceeded till 5 pm. Polling continued mainly peacefully in cantonments across Punjab, with the provincial election commissioner showing settlement over voting and security systems. The voting method took the area easily in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well and no significant disturbance was reported. Sharifullah said Provincial election commissioner, the condition was under control and the polling process continued across KP. He continued no MPA or minister was permitted to visit any polling station, figuring that he was seeing into the news of a female lawmaker visiting a polling location.

Fawad Chaudhry Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting said the cantonment board elections were truly a battle between the PTI ticket owners and those who could not obtain tickets and contested separately. He said in a tweet, the cantonment board elections had evidenced that PTI was the sole political party in the nation having its vote edge in every voter. He continued the real battle was between the PTI and independents adding that the PPP and PMLN reached fully revealed. Shehbaz Sharif PMLN President thanked God and the personalities who had presented the party support through their votes in the votes. he said We will take the nation on the way to improvement, growth, and success with renewed vigor, InshaAllah.

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