Neither party has a realistic prospect of winning, but both are likely to primarily draw supporters from the religious base of the PML-N.
Nisar recently said Maryum could not be accepted as party leader.
Nearby, a few PML-N workers rode by on motorcycles, raising the party's slogan, referencing their electoral symbol of a lion: "Look who's come, it's the lion, it's the lion!"
Right wing parties including Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and Milli Muslim League (MML) also fielded their candidates.
JuD is considered by the U.S. and India to be a front for Lashkar-e-Taiba, the militant group blamed for the attack on India's financial capital, Mumbai, that killed more than 160 people. The activists of the JuD and its another front Falah-i- Insaniat (FIF), campaigned for their candidate Sheikh Yaqoob.
Saeed is subject to a United States bounty of $10m and has been named by both the U.S. and UN as a "terrorist". "That would be a victory for them", said Hasan Askri a political analyst.
"If you give them money, they actually do good work", says Muhammad Naseer, a first-time voter from the Islampura neighbourhood, who voted for the MML.
Asad Hashim is Al Jazeera's digital correspondent in Pakistan.
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