ECP decides to carry by-election in 37 constituencies on new voters lists

ISLAMABAD: The Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) introduced that the by-election in 37 constituencies shall be held on October 14 on amended voters’ lists, that are being issued to the districts involved.

In response to ECP, the by-polls are being held for 11 Nationwide Meeting and 26 provincial meeting seats.

It stated that complete registered voters within the nation have now reached the determine of 106,000,239 with 59,243,889 male (55.89 %) and 46,756,350 feminine (44.11 %) voters.

The statistics of latest amended electoral rolls shared by the ECP revealed that out of complete registered voters 60,697,418 have been from Punjab, 22,394,212 voters from Sindh, 17,839,845 voters from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (together with FATA), 4,302,304 voters from Balochistan and 766,460 voters from federal capital.

It stated that in Punjab, the male voters have been 33,690,140 whereas feminine voters have been 27,007,278. In Sindh the male voters have been 12,438,375 whereas feminine voters have been 9,955,837.

Equally in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the male voters have been 10,220,103 whereas the feminine voters have been 7,619,742.

In Balochistan, the male voters have been 2,487,470 whereas the feminine voters have been 1,814,834 whereas in federal capital the male voters 407,801 and the feminine voters have been 358,659.

Quite a few the Nationwide and provincial assemblies’ seats fell vacant after political leaders who had received a couple of seats in final month’s elections resigned from all seats however one.

There are additionally just a few constituencies of the decrease home of parliament in addition to the provincial legislatures the place the election couldn’t be held on July 25 owing to the demise of candidates or another causes.

Candidates who will want to withdraw from the electoral race can accomplish that by Sept 15 whereas these collaborating within the by-elections shall be allotted symbols on Sept 16.

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