QUETTA: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam’s (JUI-F) Mir Usman Badani wins by-election NA-260 Quetta cum Chagai on Sunday. The Election Commission of Pakistan held by-election in NA-260 constituency (Quetta-Cum-Ghagai-Cum-Nushki) today July 15, 2017.
Polling started in by-elections for NA-260 in Quetta and Mustung early on Saturday.
Badani had secured 43, 969 votes, while Balochistan National Party-Mengal’s [BNP-M] Bahdur Khan Mengal was in the second position with 37, 786 votes and Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party’s [PkMAP] Jamal Tarakai was in the third position with 20, 179 votes. Sardarzada Mir Umair Muhammad Hasni of Pakistan People’s Party is at forth position in run, with attaining 14829 votes. The report was filed on the basis of results from all 407 polling stations.
According to the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), a total of 407 polling stations were established in the constituency.
As many as 320 polling stations were declared the most sensitive, 50 sensitive while 37 polling stations were declared normal.
Out of 407 polling stations, 167 have been allocated for men, 131 for women while 108 polling stations have been established for both men and women.
A total of 993 polling booths have also been established in the constituency including 571 from men, 422 for women.
As many as 407 presiding offices, 814 assistant presiding officers have been deployed in the polling booths.
Total votes in the constituency were 4,60,202 including 2,74,367 men, 1,85,835 women voters the constituency has been fallen vacant owing to the death of former MNA Abdul Raheem Mandokhel of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP).
Voting Statistics of NA-260 Quetta-Cum-Ghagai-Cum-Nushki
NA-260 Quetta | By-Election Result of All 407 Polling Stations
|Engineer Muhammad Usman||Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (F)||44,610|
|Mir Bahadur Khan||Balochistan National Party||37,481|
|Jamal Khan Turki||Independent||20,485|
|Humair Muhammad Bhatti||Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians||19,840|
|Munir Ahmed Baloch||Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf||2,825|
|Molana Qari Mehrullah||Jumiat Ulma-e-Islam (Nazryati)||1,883|
|Malik Pirdad Chief of Jojki No Tezi||Independent||469|
|Ahmed Ali Kohzad||Hazara Democratic Party||407|
|Mir Muhammad Usman Parkani||Independent||167|
|Advocate Chairman Asif Baloch||Independent||144|
|Syed Muhammad Tahir Shah||Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (S)||102|
|Haji Raza Muhammad Raza Khalji||Independent||98|
|Malik Muhammad Ibrahim Kasi||Awami National Party||95|
|Syed Gulzar Sibtain Shah||Independent||90|
NA-260 Quetta-Cum-Ghagai-Cum-Nushki | General Election 2013 Result
|Abdul Baqi||Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan||174|
|Abdul Qadir||Awami Muslim League Pakistan||93|
|Abdul Rahim Mandokhail||Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party||30338|
|Agha Hassan Baloch Advocate||Balochistan National Party||25104|
|Atta ur Rehman||Independent||2524|
|Farid Ullah Bazai||All Pakistan Muslim League||110|
|Ghulam Jalani Barech||Independent||135|
|Hafiz Fazal Muhammad Barech||Jumiat Ulma-e-Islam(Nazryati)||11003|
|Haji Manzoor Ahmed Mengal||Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (F)||26019|
|Irfan Aziz Kurd||Pakistan Muslim League (N)||8692|
|Karim Dad||Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf||7653|
|Mir Zarak Khan Zehri||Pakistan Muslim League (Zehri Group)||101|
|Moulana Abdul Kabir Kakar||Independent||404|
|Mufti Abdul Wahid Bazai||Independent||160|
|Muhammad Amir Shahwani||Independent||298|
|Muhammad Hayat Muhammad Hassani||MUTAHIDA DEENI MAHAZ||7183|
|Muhammad Raza||Hazara Democratic Party||5271|
|Muhammad Yousaf||National Party||14441|
|Muhammad Yousaf Kharooti||Independent||499|
|Naik Muhammad Kakar||Awami National Party||547|
|Samin Jan Zafar||Independent||1521|
|Sardar Al Haaj Muhammmad Umer Gorgaij||Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians||15857|
|Sardar Attaullah Dahani||Independent||89|
|Sardar Aurang Zaib Rukhshani||Independent||2745|
|Talal Akbar Bugti||Jamhoori Wattan Party||291|