In 17 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the time for polling in the local body elections has come to an end, after which the results are still coming.
Polling for the local body elections started at 8 am and continued till 5 pm without any break.
On the other hand, after the counting of votes, the results of various polling stations also started coming.
Results of four city mayoral seats
According to unconfirmed and unofficial results, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F) has the upper hand in Peshawar City Council, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidates in Bannu, Awami National Party (ANP) in Mardan and Independent candidate in Kohat.
According to the unofficial results of 91 out of 521 polling stations of Peshawar City Council, Zubair Ali of JUI is leading in the mayoral seat with 8384 votes while Rizwan Bangash of PTI is second in the mayoral seat with 7509 votes.
According to the unofficial results of 10 out of 414 polling stations of Mardan City Council, ANP’s supporter Allah Mayar is leading in the mayoral seat with 1708 votes while JUI’s Amanat Shah Haqqani is in second place with 1070 votes.
According to unofficial results of 75 out of 265 polling stations of Kohat City Council, independent candidate Shafiullah Jan is leading in the mayoral seat with 8583 votes and Sher Zaman of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam is in second place with 8087 votes.
According to unofficial results of 75 polling stations out of 286 in Bannu City Council, PTI’s Iqbal Jadoon Khan is leading with 14623 votes and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam is second with 14426 votes.
28 Village Council Results
As per Geo News, complete results of 28 village councils have been received, according to which 11 independent candidates have been elected for the seats of village councils.
According to the results received, JUI and ANP have won 6, 6, PTI 3, Jamaat-e-Islami and PML-N one candidate each.
Received 16 Neighborhood Council results
Geo News has so far received the full results of 16 Neighborhood Councils, according to which 9 independent candidates have won the Neighborhood Council seats.
One candidate each from Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam 3, ANP, PPP, PTI and PML-N has been elected to the Neighborhood Council seat.