for the National Assembly of Pakistan
|Region||Islamabad Capital Territory|
|Created from||NA-48 (Islamabad-I)|
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. 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
|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
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.
|PML-N||Anjum Aqeel Khan||61,480||60|
|PPPP||Dr. Syed Israr Hussain||26,485||26|
|PML-Q||Rizwan Sadiq Khan||10,483||10|
|PTI||Makhdoom Javed Hashmi||73,692||59|
|PML(N)||Anjum Aqeel Khan||52,170||41|
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
|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|
General elections were held on 25 July 2018.
|PML(N)||Anjum Aqeel Khan||32,991||27.80|
|MMA||Mian Muhammad Aslam||7,320||6.17|
|PPP||Raja Imran Ashraf||4,019||3.39|
|Independent||Zubair Farooq Khan||2,415||2.03|
|Others||Others (twenty candidates)||2,141||1.80|
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