2002 Pakistani general election in Islamabad
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2 seats from Islamabad in the National Assembly
General elections were held in Islamabad Capital Territory on Thursday 10 October 2002 to elect 2 members of National Assembly of Pakistan from Islamabad.
Pakistan People's Party and Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal both won 1 seat from Islamabad by the margin of 11,590 and 17,868 votes respectively.
Total no of 28 Candidates including 8 Independents contested for 2 National Assembly Seats from Islamabad.
|1||NA-48||Babar Awan||Zafar Ali Shah||Ahmad Raza Khan Kasuri|
|2||NA-49||Nayyar Hussain Bukhari||Tariq Fazal Chaudhry||Rab Nawaz Chaudhry|
|Pakistan Peoples Party||2||1||76,659||38.97|
|Pakistan Muslim League (N)||2||0||20,725||10.54|
|Others & Independents||21||0||44,243||22.49|
|No.||Constituency||Turnout||Elected Member||Party||Runner-up||Party||Win Margin
(by % votes)
|1||NA-48||46.74||Mian Muhammad Aslam||MMA||Babar Awan||Pakistan Peoples Party||11,590||13.14|
|2||NA-49||55.31||Nayyar Hussain Bukhari||Pakistan Peoples Party||Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar||Independent||17,868||16.47|
- ^ "Constituency Profile". Election Pakistan. Retrieved 2022-07-15.