Qadir Khan Mandokhel wins vital Karachi seat: KARACHI: The PPP has safeguarded success in the NA-249 by-election held on Thursday in the city’s District West, with unofficial, provisionary outcomes revealing a close contest in between the PML-N and also PPP in the final count.
PPP’s Abdul Qadir Mandokhel got 16,156 ballots to win the seat, adhered to by PML-N’s Miftah Ismail who protected 15,473, unofficial arise from ballot stations revealed.
While Nazir Ahmed of outlawed TLP tracked on the 3rd placement by obtaining 11,125 votes.
PSP’s Mustafa Kamal can obtain just 9,227 ballots, followed by PTI’s Amjad Afridi with 8,922 ballots as well as MQM-P’s Muhammed Mursaleen with 7,511 votes.
Both parties had claimed victory for their candidates mid-way into checking, catching the focus of target markets waiting for results.
The PML-N drew no punches in blaming the PPP for trying to rig the outcome, claiming they would certainly decline the outcome without testing the Election Compensation.
After the final count was revealed, the PML-N’s Maryam Nawaz claimed the election had actually been “swiped” from her party.
“The Political election Commission need to have kept the outcomes of this debatable election,” she claimed.
“Even if it does not keep the result, this win will be momentary. This seat will certainly go back to PML-N soon,” Maryam declared.
On the other hand, the ECP guaranteed that all issues will be heard due to the legislation and if any type of evidence of irregularity is located, stringent activity will certainly be taken.
The remaining prominent prospects of the 30 overall objecting to were the outlawed TLP’s Nazeer Ahmed, who for the most part preserved 3rd place, adhered to by PTI prospect Amjad Iqbal Afridi, previous Karachi mayor and also PSP prospect Mustafa Kamal, as well as MQM-P prospect Hafiz Muhammad Mursaleen.