NA 58 Attock II is a constituency where all major political parties including PPP, PML-Q, PML-N and PTI enjoy a good public support. Political atmosphere of NA 58 is very interesting as this constituency is a mix of rural and urban areas where influence of the candidates also greatly matters other than party votes.
NA 58 Attock 2002 Election Result:
In 2002 eleections, NA 58 seat was won by PML-Q candidate Malik Allah Yar Khan by a huge margin. PML-N candidate Malik Sohail Khan was runner up.
Complete result of NA 58 Attock 2002 elections is given below:
Malik Allah Yar Khan (PML-Q) 88784 Votes
Malik Sohail Khan (PML-N) 41373 Votes
Syed Iftikhar Ali Khan (PPP) 10302 Votes
Syed Abdul Salam Hasan Raza Naqvi (MMA) 8126 Votes
Sardar Muhammad Khalid (PAT) 1647 Votes
Muhammad Amin Gulial (PTI) 1545 Votes
NA 58 Attock 2008 Election Result:
In 2008 elections, central leader of PML-Q Chaudhry Pervez Elahi contested from NA 58 and was able to win this seat by defeating PML-N candidate Malik Sohail Khan.
Complete result of NA 58 for 2008 elections is given below:
Chaudhry Pervez Elahi (PML-Q) 70743 Votes
Malik Sohail Khan (PML-N) 59726 Votes
Sardar Shahnawaz Khan (PPP) 50354 Votes
Syed Abdul Salam Hasan Raza Naqvi (MMA) 326 Votes
NA 58 Attock Party Position 2013 General Elections:
Real contest in 2013 elections will be between PTI and PPP/PML-Q as Malik Sohail Khan of Kamrial has already joined PTI and is very active on the ground. PTI has got a very good public support in Pindi Ghep and other parts of NA 58 Attock region. Malik Khurram Ali Khan who was PPP MPA from PP-18 has also joined PTI.
Major Tahir Sadiq Group is a key political force of Attock and politics of NA 58 is greatly impacted by him. Major Tahir Sadiq is Ex District Nazim and is affiliated with PML-Q. If PML-Q and PPP decide for a joint candidate, their position will become stronger compared to other contestants.
PML-N is also a force in NA 58 though it has got a big setback after resignation of its 2002 and 2008 candidate–Malik Sohail Khan of Kamrial. Its expected that Malik Aitebar Khan.