MIRPUR (AJK) - Since unofficial results of the June 26 AJK polls, 35 out of 41 seats of the AJK Legislative Assembly have been declared and according to which PPP has emerged as the victorious party winning 20 seats so far. Hectic struggle to capture the top slot of Prime Minister of AJK by four candidates has started, according to observers. All the four candidates for the Prime Ministers office belong to PPP. They include the party's AJK unit President Ch.Abdul Majeed, former Prime Minister and Incharge Election Campaign of the party in AJK Barrister Sultan Mahmood Chaudhry, (both from Mirpur district), Senior Vice President of PPP AJK Ch. Muhammad Yasin (from Kotli district) and Sardar Qamar Zaman, senior leader of the party from Bagh District, highly placed PPP sources told this scribe here on Tuesday. All the four candidates of the top position have moved to Islamabad to muster the support of the top leadership of the party for the nomination to the office of the Leader of the House in the newly-elected AJK Legislative Assembly for next five-year term. At the same time, the four candidates to the top slot of Premiership of AJK have, in separate formal and informal talks to the media, expressed their feelings of accepting the final decision of the top leadership of the PPP led by Co-Chairperson of the party and President Asif Ali Zardari about the nomination of the Leader of the House in the newly-elected AJK Assembly. Elections to 37 out of 41 seats was held on Sunday. On the reports of the concerned District Returning Officers, the AJK Election Commission on Tuesday announced holding of re-polling in three electoral constituencies including LA-37 ( Lahore-Kashmir Valley-2) which will be held on July 10, in constituency LA-6 (Bhimbher district) on July 11 and in constituency LA-17 (Abbaspur Poonch-1) re-polling will be held on July 18. The elections in these constituencies were postponed by the AJK Election Commission reportedly due to severe disturbance on the part of the rival political groups. The electoral college of 41 members of the newly-elected 9th AJK Legislative Assembly will elect the law-makers against eight reserved seats including five meant for women and one each reserved for technocrats, religious scholars and overseas Jammu & Kashmir people, within the stipulated time-frame according to the Interim Act-1974 (Constitution of AJK).