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PM Imran Congratulating His Party Outright Triumph In KPK Local Govt Polls

Outright Success Of PTI Members in KPK 

The chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Imran Khan, praised his party’s “outright triumph” in the second round of local government elections on Friday, saying “the people of KP have clearly rejected the traitors who sold out to foreign masters.” He also praised the performance of his party’s candidates in the first round of local government elections.

Congratulations to CM @IMMahmoodKhan & our PTI team for their overwhelming success in Phase 2 of KP LG polls. Ppl of KP have emphatically rejected the traitors who sold out to foreign masters. This is an early warning to all traitors of what awaits them in their constituencies.

— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) April 1, 2022

Initial results from 41 councils suggested that the PTI had gained at least 20 tehsil council seats, prompting widespread applause for the prime minister and his government.

According to data from returning officers, the Jamiat Ulama-i-Islam – Fazl-JUI-F is in the lead in eight councils, followed by independent candidates in four, the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) in four, the Pakistan Peoples Party-PPP in two, the Jamaat-i-Islami-JI in two, and the Awami National Party-ANP in one council, according to data from returning officers. However, no official notifications have yet been issued in this regard.

Following the 2018 national elections, Jamaat-i-Islami seemed to be recuperating lost ground in Lower Dir, with candidates in at least two of the seven tehsil councils polled so far showing signs of being in the lead. However, the party’s prospects in Lower Dir remain uncertain.

PM Imran Happiness In His Tweets

The next stage will be to wait and see how the 24 seats turn out. For the roles of chairman and mayor, tehsil councils held elections in a total of 65 municipalities.
According to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s tweet, “this is what awaits them in their seats,” he was referring to his party’s seeming success in the recent election.
According to Planning Minister Asad Umar, the PTI’s “Outright Triumph” in the KP elections demonstrates that the whole nation is behind its leader.
It is no longer essential to have a vote of no confidence in the administration in order to reach the ultimate decision. If Pakistan’s fate is to be defined by its people rather than by a few corrupt politicians and their foreign sponsors, then the country’s constitution must be amended “he said.

خیبر پختون خواہ کے الیکشن میں تحریک انصاف کی بھاری کامیابی نے ثابت کردیا کے قوم اپنے غیرت مند لیڈر کے ساتھ کھڑی ہو گئی ہے. اب فیصلہ عدم اعتماد تحریک کا نہیں ہونا . اب فیصلہ یہ ہونا ہے کے پاکستان کے عوام اپنے مستقبل کا فیصلہ کریں گے یا چند ضمیر فروش سیاست دان اور ان کے بیرونی آقا

— Asad Umar (@Asad_Umar) April 1, 2022

Unofficial Resluts Of PTI Members 

Several of Swat’s tehsil councils were won by the PTI, according to unofficial results. The PTI won six out of the seven. A candidate from the JUI-F political party was elected to a seat.
According to unofficial results, the PTI is in the lead in all three Chitral and Malakand councils, with the exception of one.
The PTI won three of the four council seats in Shangla, while the ANP only won one seat in the municipality.
In the recent elections, Abdullah Khan, the brother of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, was elected to a seat in his home district of Matta tehsil.
According to the Pakistani Election Commission, elections for mayor and chairman posts were held in 65 municipal and tehsil councils, as well as 1,830 village and neighbourhood councils.
There were 28,020 candidates standing for the roles of mayor and chairman of the city and tehsil councils, with 651 of them contending for the top two seats on the ballot.
In the race for seats on village and neighbourhood councils, more than 12,000 candidates contested, including 2,668 women, 6,451 farmers, 5,213 youth, and 57 members of minority communities.
According to results from the first round of elections in 17 districts of the province, held on December 19, 2021, the JUI-F had won 23 seats on tehsil councils, while the PTI had won 18.

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