Various political heavyweights are set to contend with each other in the capital as an aggregate of 136 competitors recorded designation papers with the election specialists for the three national assembly seats up for snatches in the government capital.
The urban center of Islamabad in NA-53 will witness the juiciest of political conflicts with previous executive Shahid Khaqan Abbasi going up against prime ecclesiastical confident Imran Khan in one of the greatest conflicts between main adversaries Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
The body electorate, which comprises of the majority of urban Islamabad and Bhara Kahu, has pulled in upwards of 70 candidates, the greater part the quantity of assignment papers recorded from the three voting demographics of the city. Aside from Imran and Abbasi, other striking contender to have recorded papers from this voting demographic are Pakistan Peoples Party’s Syed Sabtul Haider Bukhari, the sibling of previous Senate administrator Nayyar Bukhari.
Up against these goliaths is Awami Workers Party’s Ammar Rashid.
A few hopefuls, however, have recorded papers for in excess of one voting demographic while there are likewise covering competitors.
Prime among them is PTI’s Imran. While NA-53 can be viewed as his ‘home voting demographic’, given his palatial Bani Gala house falls inside it (not at all like the last parliamentary seat he had won, NA-56 in Rawalpindi, which he scarcely ever gone to) implies that he will invest more energy with his constituents. Be that as it may, Imran has likewise recorded papers from NA-35 Bannu, NA-95 Mianwali — his hereditary main residence, and NA-131 Lahore.