Gilgit: The Chief Election Commissioner of Gilgit-Baltistan Raja Shahbaz Khan said they have successfully conducted free and fair elections in the region as the polling process culminated peacefully on Sunday, ARY NEWS reported.
Speaking to the media, Gilgit-Baltistan CEC said results from remote areas will take time to reach electoral authorities.
He said that “irresponsible and unnecessary statements should be avoided in this regard,” while announcing that she had not received the final results of any constituency in the region.
He also rejected the impression created by some candidates that there is a shortage of election staff in some districts, describing this as an attempt to question the electoral process.
Shahbaz Khan said that turnout remained unexpectedly high. The election commissioner also announced that measures will be taken against the elements that resort to firing from the air after the election results.
It is worth noting here that the unofficial results of the Gilgit-Baltistan 2020 elections showed that Pakistan has PTI Won Three seats so far lead in five constituencies, followed by the PPP, which also leads in five constituencies.
Voting for the Gilgit-Baltistan council elections ended without any major disruption, and ballot counting is now underway.
Pakistan Move Insaf (PTI), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Muslim League (Q), Jamaat Ulama Islam, Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)), Muslim Unity Council (MWM) from Among the parties competing for the 23 caucuses of Great Britain.
More than 1,160 polling stations have been established across Great Britain, of which 418 are declared highly sensitive and 311 are sensitive. A total of 330 candidates from 23 constituencies compete The election.
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