Election Results* 51/51
Party NA Votes %
BAP Balochistan Awami Party 15 33.3%
MMA Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) 9 16.5%
BNP Balochistan National Party (BNP) 6 11.8%
PTI Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) 4 6.1%
ANP Awami National Party (ANP) 3 3.7%
BNP-A Balochistan National Party (Awami) 3 8.2%
HDP Hazara Democratic Party 2 1.7%
PML-N Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz 1 1.6%
JWP Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP) 1 3.6%
PkMAP Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party 1 0.6%


Election Results* 51/51
Party NA Votes %
PMAI-PashtoonKhwa Pak Milli Awami Ittehad Pashtoonkhwa 10 8.4%
PML-N Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz 9 5.5%
NP National Party (NP) 7 3.6%
JUI-F Jamiat-e-Ulema Islam (F) 6 5.7%
PML-Q Pakistan Muslim League  Quaid-e-Azam (PML Q) 5 2.4%
BNP Balochistan National Party (BNP) 2 2.3%
ANP Awami National Party (ANP) 1 0.6%
JQM Jamote Qaumi Movement 1 0.6%
MWM Majlis Wahdat- Ul- Muslimeen 1 0.6%


Balochistan is the largest province of Pakistan in terms of area. The political situation in Baluchistan is complex. Suicide bombings, target killing of prominent leaders, and violence have adversely affected the politics of Baluchistan. Various nationalist and religious parties have lost their connection with the people of Baluchistan due to these reasons. No prominent political gatherings or Jalsas are held in the province until it is the election year. National political parties like PML N, PTI, and PPPP are unable to grab the interest of the local people due to mistrust.

Baluchistan Provincial Assembly is a single chamber legislature of the province. It was established by Article 106 of the Constitution of Pakistan. Baluchistan Assembly has 51 directly elected Members of the Provincial Assembly. The elected members represent constituencies from each district, as well as 11 seats, are reserved for women and 3 seats reserved for non-Muslims. The Baluchistan Assembly is elected for five years and it gets dissolved after completing the term period.

Baluchistan Election Results depicts the same political situation. Despite being the largest province of the country, it has the lowest provincial assembly seats. As witnessed in the past Baluchistan Election Results 2013, no political party is able to claim huge majority, therefore political parties usually established the coalition government in Balochistan Provincial Assembly. It is expected that the past Baluchistan Election Result 2018 will also enforce political parties to make the coalition government.

In 2013, PML-N, National Party, and Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) formed a coalition government. Abdul Malik Baloch from the National Party became the CM Balochistan and served till 2015. However, PML-N’s SanaUllah Khan Zehri replaced him in 2015.

There are 51 Baluchistan Assembly Constituencies which include PB–41 KHUZDAR, PB-22 KILLA ABDULLAH, PB–51 LASBELA, PB–4 KILLA SAIFULLAH, PB–38 Kalat, PB–32 QUETTA, and PB–20 PISHIN to name a few. Nothing can be predicted about which political party will win from these constituencies.

A tough competition is expected among PML-N, NP, PkMAP, PML-Q, and JUI-F in the upcoming General Elections 2018. This page will publish the latest Baluchistan Election Result 2018 as soon as it is officially announced. National Assembly Election of Baluchistan is of huge significance this year. National Assembly Election results of Baluchistan seats will be available here. This year elections 2018 is expected to change the fate of the province. Many political powers will clash to claim their dominance in each constituency of Baluchistan.