NA-54 (Islamabad-III)

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NA-54 (Islamabad-III) (Urdu: این اے-54، اسلام آباد-3‎) is a constituency for the National Assembly of Pakistan.

NA-54 (Islamabad-III)
Constituency
for the National Assembly of Pakistan
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RegionIslamabad Capital Territory
Electorate218,795
Current constituency
Created2018
Member(s)Asad Umar
Created fromNA-48 (Islamabad-I)

AreaEdit

The constituency consists of a mix of urban and rural areas of Islamabad Capital Territory from Sector G-10 to Tarnol and also includes Sector I-10.[1] During 2018 delimitation, NA-49 (Islamabad-II) constituency was divided between this constituency and NA-53 (Islamabad-II). On the granular basis, the following areas of Islamabad are included in this constituency:

Members of ParliamentEdit

2002–2018: NA-48 (Islamabad-I)Edit

General elections were held on 10 Oct 2002. Mian Muhammad Aslam of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal won by 40,365 votes.[4]

Election Member Party
2002 Mian Muhammad Aslam MMA
2008 Anjum Aqeel Khan PML-N
2013 Makhdoom Javed Hashmi PTI
2013 By-election Asad Umar PTI

Since 2018: NA-54 (Islamabad-III)Edit

Election Member Party
2018 Asad Umar PTI

Election 2008Edit

The result of general election 2008 in this constituency is given below. Anjum Aqeel Khan succeeded in the election 2010 and became the member of National Assembly.[5]

General Election 2008: Islamabad-I
Party Candidate Votes %
PML-N Anjum Aqeel Khan 61,480 60
PPPP Dr. Syed Israr Hussain 26,485 26
PML-Q Rizwan Sadiq Khan 10,483 10
Others Others 5,961 4

Election 2013Edit

Javed Hashmi succeeded in the election 2013 and became the member of National Assembly.[5]

General Election 2013: Islamabad-I
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PTI Makhdoom Javed Hashmi 73,692 59
PML(N) Anjum Aqeel Khan 52,170 41

By-election 2013Edit

The seat fell vacant after Javed Hashmi choose to retain his Multan constituency, a re-election was held on 22 August 2013 and Asad Umar secured a win with 48,073 votes his closest rival was PML-N Chaudhary Muhammad Ashraf Gujjar who came second at 41,186 votes[6]

Contesting Candidates Party Affiliation Votes Polled
Mian Ghulam Rasool Advocate Pakistan Justice Party 7
Mian Ehsan ul Haq Independent candidate 7
Malik Muhammad Zubair Advocate Independent candidate 53
Faisal Sakhi Butt Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians 3943
Abdul Rauf Khan Independent candidate 107
Shah Dil Awan Independent candidate 63
Syed Zaigham Ali Shah Gillani Independent candidate 5
Syed Zia Gillani Independent candidate 34
Sarfaraz wald Sohni Independent candidate 7
Rab Nawaz Malik Independent candidate 26
Doctor Muhammad Rashid Qammar Pakistan Freedom Party 17
Hussain Ahmed Independent candidate 34
Hafiz Muhammad Yasin Bhatti Independent candidate 37
Chaudhary Muhammad Ashraf Gujjar PML-N 41186
Pir Syed Faisal Shah Hamdani Independent candidate 178
Pir Syed Doctor Tasneem ul Haq Hasni Independent candidate 8
Ameen Shahid Gill Independent candidate 77
Altaf Hussain Awan Pakistani Independent candidate 110
Alhaj Muhammad Asad Bhatti Pakistan Peoples Party (Shaheed Bhutto) 161
Asad Umar Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf 48073
Ihsan ul Haq JUI-F 82
Asia Choudhry Independent candidate 34

Election 2018Edit

General elections were held on 25 July 2018.

General election 2018: NA-54 (Islamabad-III)[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PTI Asad Umar 56,945 47.98
PML(N) Anjum Aqeel Khan 32,991 27.80
Independent Hafeezur Rehman 8,279 6.98
MMA Mian Muhammad Aslam 7,320 6.17
PPP Raja Imran Ashraf 4,019 3.39
TLP Sajid Mehmood 3,637 3.06
Independent Zubair Farooq Khan 2,415 2.03
Others Others (twenty candidates) 2,141 1.80
Turnout 118,679 54.24
Rejected ballots 932 0.79
Majority 23,954 20.18
Registered electors 218,795
PTI hold Swing

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Imran Khan to face off against Abbasi for NA-53 – The Express Tribune". tribune.com.pk. 13 June 2018. Archived from the original on 14 June 2018. Retrieved 14 June 2018.
  2. ^ Final List of National Assembly Constituencies (PDF). Election Commission of Pakistan. 2018. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2018-05-10. Retrieved 2018-05-18.
  3. ^ The Gazette of Pakistan (PDF). Election Commission of Pakistan. 2013. Archived (PDF) from the original on 2018-06-15. Retrieved 2018-06-14.
  4. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-25. Retrieved 2014-03-25.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ a b "Election result 2008 for NA-48". ECP. Archived from the original on November 15, 2012. Retrieved October 17, 2012.
  6. ^ "Election Result for NA-48". Election Commission of Pakistan. Archived from the original on 2013-10-23. Retrieved 2013-10-22.
  7. ^ "ECP – Election Commission of Pakistan". www.ecp.gov.pk. Archived from the original on 29 July 2018. Retrieved 29 July 2018.

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