PTI and the PML-Q are focused on the by election in Punjab, and both the parties are hopeful for change in Punjab by winning the by-elections. In this regard, PML-Q has decided to give full support to the PTI candidates in the Punjab by-elections. In this regard, PML-Q central leader and Speaker of Punjab Assembly Chaudhry Pervez Elahi has issued instructions to party officials. Sources said that both the parties are hopeful for change in Punjab after winning the by-elections. After the victory in the by-elections, Pervez Elahi will be the joint candidate for the Chief Ministership.
It is to be noted that the Election Commission has announced to hold by-elections on July 17 on the 20 vacant general seats due to the disqualification of deviating members of PTI.
When will the by-elections be held on the vacant seats of the Punjab Assembly?
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has announced by-elections for the vacant seats in the Punjab Assembly. According to a statement issued by the Election Commission, polling for the by-elections on 20 seats of the Punjab Assembly will be held on July 17. Nomination papers can be submitted from June 4 to June 7. According to the Election Commission, the scrutiny of nomination papers will be done till June 11, while the election symbols will be issued to the candidates on June 24.
It is to be noted that the Election Commission had de-seated 25 deviant members of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Punjab Assembly, including five women MLAs who had won reserved seats.
Among the de-seated, five members belonged to the Aleem Khan group, four belonged to the Asad Khokhar group, and 16 belonged to the Jahangir Tareen Khan group. Akbar Khan, Mohammad Ajmal, Aleem Khan, Nazir Chauhan, Mohammad Amin Zulqarnain, Malik Noman Langarial, Mohammad Salman, Zawar Waraich including Nazir Ahmad Khan, Fida Hussain, Zahra Batool, Mohammad Tahir, Ayesha Nawaz, Sajida Yusuf, Haroon Imran Gul, Azmi Kardar, Malik Asad, Ejaz Masih, Sabteen Raza, Mohsin Ata Khan Khosa, Mian Khalid Mahmood, Mehr Muhammad Aslam and Faisal Hayat.
Constituencies where by-elections are going to be held on July 17
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After this election, the election of CM will be held. So the PDM and PTI, along with PML(Q), are struggling hard to win this election because the govt of Punjab will decide after this election. If PDM loses the seats in Punjab, it will end for PDM Govt in the center.
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