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Upcoming & Fresh Elections

Following is the list of upcoming election(s) in Pakistan that will be held in near future. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

AJK Legislative Assembly

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Cantt Boards

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Rawalpindi Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Peshawar

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Chaklala Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Wah

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Cantonment Board Taxila

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Lahore Cantonment Board

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Walton Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Clifton

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Cantonment Board Faisal

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Cantonment Board Malir

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Karachi Cantonment Board

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Cantonment Board Korangi Creek

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Cantonment Board Hyderabad

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Cantonment Board Quetta

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Cantonment Board Abbottabad

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Cantonment Board Sargodha

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Cantonment Board Multan

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Local Bodies Elections in KPK

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Local Bodies Elections In Punjab

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Local Bodies Elections In Sindh

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Local Bodies Elections In Islamabad

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General Election

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Previous Older Elections

Following is the list of previous election(s) in Pakistan. You may click on the election name to view detail about the election of your choice. You may also post updates and your comments on these elections

AJK Legislative Assembly

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Gilgit-Baltistan Legislative Assembly

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Presidential Election

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PMDC Elections

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PTI fields highest number of candidates

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has fielded 36 candidates in 37 seats, while Pakistan Muslim League-N has fielded 27 candidates and Pakestan Peoples Party has fielded 26 candidates as compared to other parties in Rawalpindi, Chakla, Murree, Taxila and Wah Cantt.
Jamaat-e-Islami, on the other hand, has given tickets to a total of 13 candidates. 55 candidates will contest as candidates. All the candidates, whether they are azad or on a party ticket, have made a banar and a pushtar in these areas. - Posted on : 16-August-2021

Water shortage grips Chaklala Cantonment area

The residents of areas along Sarwar Road are longing for water as the branch lines have not been connected with the mainline.

Locals near Chaklala Cantonment Board (CCB) office are forced to hire water tankers to meet their needs. The main water supply line passing through Sarwar Road was completely impaired, after which MES started work for replacing it three weeks ago.

Owing to the disconnection between the mainline and branches, the residential areas, including Sarwar Road and Sir Syed Road from Panj Sarki to Marrier Hasan Chowk, couldn’t get water. Interestingly, CCB didn’t arrange any water tanker supply system for the residents during the supply cut period.

The cantonment board completed the installation of the mainline last week, but it didn’t connect the branch lines with the alternative source. The citizens are being charged by up to Rs1,000 for the water tankers, which originally is the responsibility of the cantonment board under the public supply system. - Posted on : 13-August-2021

MQM-P pits nine candidates for CBC polls

Localities within the Clifton Cantonment Board (CBC) are likely to see an exciting contest for the seats of public representatives with Muttahidda Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQMP) competing on nine out of 10 wards.

MQM-P Convenor Khalid Maqboool Siddiqui on Sunday issued tickets to party candidates for the Karachi and Hyderabad cantonment boards. There are six cantonment boards having 42 wards and MQM-P is contesting on 33 seats.

Except Manora, it will be competing on all five boards. Besides the CBC, it is competing on six out of 10 seats in Malir Cantt, nine out of 10 seats of Faisal Cantt, four out of five seats of Korangi Creek Cantonment Board and five seats of Karachi Cantt. Moreover it has nominated 10 candidates for as many seats of the Hyderabad Cantonment Board. - Posted on : 10-August-2021

PML-N workers ransack party office

Hundreds of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) workers attacked the partys office in the Karsaz area of Karachi on Sunday to protest against unjust distribution of party tickets for the upcoming elections of the public representatives on the cantonment boards.

Demanding fair and transparent distribution of party tickets, the incensed workers tore down the posters of the partys Sindh leadership and chanted slogans against PML-N Sindh President Shah Muhammad Shah and central leader Miftah Ismail and in favour of Shahbaz Sharif.

The protestors also broke into the party office, damaged furniture and fixtures. Meanwhile, the central leadership taking strong exception to the incident issued a show-cause notice to the PML-Karachi Division President Salman Khan. Salman told The Express Tribune that he had gone to the PML-N party office to pacify the enraged workers because no one was there to listen to their grievances. - Posted on : 10-August-2021

Poll body allows candidates to contest

Election Appellate Authority Cantonment Boards and District and Sessions Judge Rawalpindi Chaudhry Muhammad Tariq Javed quashed decisions of Rawalpindi, Murree and Chaklala cantonment board and allowed 17 candidates of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf to take part in the local body elections of cantonment boards

The appellate body directed all returning officers of cantonment boards to also include names of the candidates in the electoral rolls of the contenders who had been declared eligible.

The appellate authority, however, rejecting an appeal of a candidate for being below 25 years of age, disqualified him.

The cantonment boards had rejected the candidates’ nomination papers due to minor technical errors. A total of 27 candidates had filed review petitions against the decisions of the cantonment boards, however, of them, 17 were declared eligible. The hearing of the election petitions will continue on August 7 as well. - Posted on : 08-August-2021

245 file papers for Cantt elections

A total of 245 aspirants have filed nomination papers to contest the Aug 12 local body elections in 37 wards of 11 cantonment areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

The nomination papers were filed with the relevant returning officers, which, in most cases, were the board chief executive officers.

The respective district election officers have been appointed district returning officers.

The nomination papers will be scrutinised from July 31 to Aug 3, while appeals against their acceptance or rejection can be filed from Aug 4 to Aug 7. The decisions on them will be made by the appellate tribunal until Aug 10. - Posted on : 01-August-2021

PTI issues list of Cantt board poll candidates

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf has finalised its candidates for seven each seats of the Lahore Cantonment Board and Lahore Walton Cantonment Board.

The selection of candidates for three seats in each board is pending.

The Lahore Cantonment Board candidates are: Ahmad Farooq Dogar (Ward No 1), Muhammad Azeem Akhtar (2), Ustad Rasheed Ahmad (3), Raja Shahzad Hussain (4), Irfan Akbar (5), Umar Talab (6) and Sabir Husain (8).

The selection of candidates for wards 7, 9 and 10 is pending.The Lahore Walton Cantonement Board candidates are: Muhammad Waheed Sattar (Ward No 1), Muhammad Sayam (2), Faisal Saud Bhatti (3), Javed Zameer (5), Sheikh Basharat Ali (6), Shahid Sardar (8) and Azmat Ullah Warraich (9).
The selection of candidates for wards 4, 7 and 10 is pending. - Posted on : 31-July-2021

PPP to contest cantonment board elections

Pakistan Peoples Party has decided to nominate candidates for contesting elections on all seats in Cantonment Board Peshawar.

The decision was made in a joint meeting of the provincial and Peshawar district office-bearers of PPP. The meeting was held with PPP city district president Zulfiqar Afghani in the chair here on Saturday.

PPP provincial senior vice president Syed Ayub Shah, deputy secretary information Tahir Abbas, provincial council members Shaukat Hamdard, Jahanzeb Tekadar and Faheem Shah and senior workers including Khwaja Yawar Naseer and Zulfiqar Awan also participated in the meeting.

“We have decided to announce names of our candidates for all wards so that they could launch their election campaign with full swing,” Tahir Abbas told journalists. He added that the party had potential candidates to contest the election. - Posted on : 26-July-2021

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