On Monday, the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) candidate won the mayoral elections of Islamabad, according to unofficial and provisional results.
PML-N’s candidate Pir Adil Shah won the elections for the vacant seat of Islamabad’s mayor. Adil Shah got 43 votes, while PTI’s candidate, Sajid Mahmood secured 26 votes. Out of a total of 73 votes, 69 were cast.
The office became vacant as the last mayor Shaikh Ansar, of the PML-N, resigned.
The polling process started at 9:00 am and ended at 5:00 pm. There were no breaks in between. The offices located in the building, which have been declared as polling stations, remained closed.