Balloting has ended for Azad Jammu Kashmir elections across the country amid violence and rigging allegations. The vote count is currently ongoing.
The elections sparked widespread violence with reports of two people being killed in Mirpur and Muzzafarabad.
Also in Lahore, voting for LA-37 was cancelled by the Election Commission after workers of the PPP and PML-N clashed with each other.
More than 2.9 million voters were expected to take part in the elections. In Lahore, 13 polling stations were set up and at least 600 police officials were deployed to provide security to up to 6,000 voters in the city.
Eight polling stations were set up in Multan, Bahawalpur, Vehari, Rahimyar Khan, Layyah and Muzaffargarh, where around 18,000 people were expected to cast their votes.
Polling took place in Faisalabad and Jhang, with three polling stations in each city. Polling also took place in 18 districts of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, including Peshawar, Chitral, Dir, Mardan and Dera Ismail Khan.
Around 3,200 Kashmiri refugees were expected to cast their votes in the province.