Peshawar: Prior to the merger of news in Pashtunkhwa province last year, after the demarcation of the new territories of the provincial assembly in the federal government tribal area (FATA), the new era of democracy has started with the result of a historically peaceful polling. . After the ongoing counting for the elections held on 16 seats in the area, five seats were won in the 13 constituencies of 13 seats and independents won five seats. According to Radio Pakistan, after the counting of votes in 16 constituencies in the locality, results of 13 seats in the ongoing counting has been declared unofficially.
Five of these seats have gone to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Mana (PTI) account. The victorious candidates of PTI are Anwar Zab Khan, Ajmal Khan, Syed Ekban Mian, Abid Rehman and Mohammed Ekan, who are PK-100 Bajaur-1, PK-1, Bajaur-2, PK-109, Kuram-2, PK-115 Sectors and PK-111 have won the elections from Northern Bargastan-1.
Awami National Party, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) and Jamaat-e-Islami got one seat. Mohammed Riaz PK-108 Kurum-1 of Naseer Mohammad Nishan Mohan News Pakhonkhwa Assembly and PK-103 Mohamand-1 of the Assembly and Sirajuddin PK-102 from Jamtat-e-Islami-Bazar-3 Have won.
Similarly, five independents, including Abbas Rehman, Shafiq Afridi, Bilawal Afridi, Mohammad Shafiq Khan and Syed Ghazi Gajan Jamal, who are PK-104-2, PK-105 news-1, PK-106 news-2, PK -107 News-3 and PK-110 won elections from Oraqjai. Counting of votes was going on in the remaining seats.
Significantly, this tribal area has been heavily influenced by terrorism and military action for the past two decades. Polling was held in 16 seats of tribal districts for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembly. A total of 285 candidates were included in this election, out of which 84 were from different political parties while 201 independents were included. A total of 1895 polling stations were set up for the election process. Complaint centers were established in Islamabad and Peshawar to register any kind of complaint.