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2013 Candidates of Province Assembly
Halqa: PK-41

 
2013
Total registered Votes
139079
Total Vote Casted
74935
Winner Candidate
Zafar Azam (0)
Runner Up Candidate
Nawab Zada Mohsin Ali Khan (0)
 
Constituency Name Party 2013 Votes  

PK-41

Malik Zafar Azam

Pakistan Muslim League (PML N) More...
PK-41

M. SALEEM

Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI) More...
PK-41

Jahan Zeb Khan

Pakistan Peoples Party More...
PK-41

Fakhar e Alam

JAMAAT-E-ISLAMI More...
PK-41

Zahid Ullah

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) More...
PK-41

Nawabzada Mohsin Ali Khan

Awami National Party More...
PK-41

Malik Qasim Khan Khattak

Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal More...
PK-41

Asil Bad Shah

Jamiat Ulamai Islam Nazriati More...
PK-41

Sultan Muhammad

Tahreek-e-Tahafuz-e-Pakistan More...
PK-41

Mohammad Ayub Khan Khattak

Jamiat Ulamai Islam Pakistan More...
PK-41

Abdul Ghafoor Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Aslam Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Farah Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Imran Saeed

Independent More...
PK-41

Jamal Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Malik Qasim Khan Khattak

Independent More...
PK-41

Mohammad Kamran Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Mohammad Rakhman Taj Ali Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Muhammad Mustafa

Independent More...
PK-41

Mushraf Khan

Independent More...
PK-41

Nasir Mehmood

Independent More...
PK-41

Rehmat Ali Shah

Independent More...
PK-41

Sakhi Marjan

Independent More...
PK-41

Shah Nawaz

Independent More...
PK-41

Wahid Iqbal

Independent More...
PK-41

Zar Gul

Independent More...
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