National Assembly party position

Published November 4, 2002

ISLAMABAD, Nov 3: After consolidation of all the results, except one constituency, Pakistan Muslim League (Quaid-i-Azam) is leading in the National Assembly with 118 seats, followed by People’s Party Parliamentarians with 81 and Muttahida Majlis-i-Amal with 60 seats.

Following is the latest party position announced by the Election Commission of Pakistan after the completion of elections to the reserved seats for women and non-Muslims:

Party Seats

Pakistan Muslim League (Q) 118

People’s Party Parliamentarian 81

Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan 60

Pakistan Muslim League (N) 19

Muttahida Qaumi Movement 17

National Alliance 16

Pakistan Muslim League (F) 5

Pakistan Muslim League (J) 3

Pakistan Peoples Party (Sherpao) 2

Balochistan National Party 1

Jamhoori Watan Party 1

Pakistan Awami Tehreek 1

Pakistan Muslim League (Z) 1

Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaf 1

Muhajir Qaumi Movement Pakistan 1

Independents (including 12 from Fata) 14
Pending 1

Total 342

—APP

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