NA 64 Sargodha is one of the six national assembly constituencies of Sargodha district. This constituency is mostly a rural area which covers Bhera, Phularwan,Jhawarian, Miani, Bhalwal regions. Piracha, Cheema, Araen and Bhatti biradries are mainly living in this region and this biradri vote plays a key role in NA 64 Sargodha politics.
NA 64 Sargodha 2002 Election Results:
In 2002 general elections, there was a three way contest between PPP, PMLN and PMLQ from NA 64 which was won by PPP candidate Inam Ul Haq Paracha.
Complete result of NA 64 Sargodha for 2002 elections is given below:
Inam Ul Haq Paracha (PPP) 69815 Votes
Major Pirzada Ibrahim Shah (PML-N) 43396 Votes
Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (PML-Q) 42781 Votes
Malik Hamid Zaman Bhirth (MMA) 2388 Votes
Pirzada Mohsin Shah (Independent) 1615 Votes
Hasan Inam Paracha (Independent) 1077 Votes
NA 64 Sargodha Election Result 2008 Elections:
In 2008 elections, contest was again between same parties i.e. PPP, PML-Q and PML-N and again NA 64 Sargodha seat was won by PPP.
Complete result of NA 64 Sargodha for 2008 elections is given below:
Nadeem Afzal Gondal (PPP) 65628 Votes
Farooq Baha Ul Haq Shah (PML-N) 60460 Votes
Haroon Ehsan Paracha (PML-Q) 45390 Votes
Malik Muhammad Nawaz (Independent) 4603 Votes
NA 64 Sargodha Party Position 2013 Elections:
There has been always a competition between PML-N, PPP and PML-Q from NA 64 Sargodha but it seems that this time, PTI will also be a major force in the battle. Haroon Ehsan Paracha is in PTI and is potential PTI candidate from NA 64 Sargodha.
Nadeem Afzal Chan of PPP who is current MNA has done a great job in the region with huge development projects including gas supply to many far flung areas of Sargodha. His active role in local politics and services for the people of NA 64 will definitely give him an edge over his competitors.
PML-N is also very strong now and is in a position to give a real tough time to Nadeem Afzal Chan. Pir Amin Ul Hasnat Shah will be PML-N candidate from NA 64 who is working hard in the region to gain public support.