PP-6 Murree

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PP-6 Murree
for the Provincial Assembly of Punjab
RegionMurree District
Current constituency
Created fromPP-1 Rawalpindi-I (2002-2018)
PP-6 Rawalpindi-I (2018-2023)

PP-6 Murree (پی پی-6، مری) is a Constituency of Provincial Assembly of Punjab.[1][2][3]


1985—1988:PP-1 Rawalpindi-I[edit]

1985 Pakistani general election was held on 25 February 1985 in Pakistan. This election was nonpartisan basis election, around 1300 candidates contested the elections.[4] Chaudhary Nawaz ul Haq Chuhan was elected from PP-1 (Rawalpindi-I) by defeating Doctor Muhammad Afzal Ejaz.

Contesting Candidates Votes Polled
Chaudhary Nawaz ul Haq Chuhan 9769
Doctor Muhammad Afzal Ejaz 9447
Raja Abdul Majeed Abbasi 8794
Muhammad Mahmood Akbar Kiyani 6238
Muhammad Anwar Abbasi 3990
Chaudhary Muhammad Razzaq 1957
Turnout 40195

2002—2008:PP-1 Rawalpindi-I[edit]

Contesting Candidates Party Affiliation Votes Polled

2008—2013: PP-1 Rawalpindi-I[edit]

General elections were held on 11 May 2013. Raja Ashfaq Sarwar won this seat with 50982 votes.[5]

All candidates receiving over 1,000 votes are listed here.

Contesting Candidates Party Affiliation Votes Polled
Raja Ashfaq Sarwar PML-N 50982
Sardar Muhammad Saleem Khan PML-Q 23364
Javed Iqbal Satti PTI 21435
Muhammad Ishtiaq Abbasi MDM 13579
Raja Shehzad Nemat Satti Independent 7926
Shakeel Ahmed Papa Independent 6900
Sajjad Ahmed Abbasi JI 6201

2018—2023: PP-6 Rawalpindi-I[edit]

General elections are scheduled to be held on 25 July 2018. In 2018 Pakistani general election, Muhammad Latasab Satti a ticket holder of PTI won PP-6 Rawalpindi I election by taking 64,642 votes.

General election 2018: PP-6 Rawalpindi-I
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
PTI Muhammad Latasab Satti 64,642
PML(N) Raja Ashfaq Sarwar[1] 56,772
MMA Sajjad Abbasi 9,946
TLP Nayyar Munir 9,507
PPP Sajjad Ahmed Abbasi 8,428
others 4,519 {{{percentage}}} {{{change}}}
Turnout 154,527 58

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "ECP - Election Commission of Pakistan". www.ecp.gov.pk. Retrieved 2022-12-25.
  2. ^ "Punjab Assembly | Members - Members' Directory". www.pap.gov.pk. Retrieved 2022-12-25.
  3. ^ https://www.ecp.gov.pk/Documents/delimitation2018maps/1-6-2018/punjab%20PP/Rawalpindi%20New.jpg[bare URL image file]
  4. ^ Dieter Nohlen, Florian Grotz & Christof Hartmann (2001) Elections in Asia: A data handbook, Volume I, p678 ISBN 0-19-924958-X
  5. ^ "PP-1 Rawalpindi Detail Election Result 2013 Full Information".

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