PML-N Miftah Ismail challenges NA-249: KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) candidate Miftah Ismail has tested the election results of NA-249 Karachi by-polls and also required a forensic audit of polling stations
Miftah Ismail has actually sent out three created demand to the Returning Officer (RO) of NA-249 by-elections. The PML-N prospect required ballot stating of the by-polls, as well as looked for forensic audit of 15 polling terminals.
Ismail looked for looking for information of the voting process from the Election Payment of Pakistan (ECP) as well as asked the compensation to scrutinise the thumb expressions of citizens.
Earlier in the day, PML-N Vice Head of state Maryam Nawaz hinted to challenge the by-elections results of the NA-249 constituency in Karachi where the Pakistan People’s Celebration (PPP) candidate won the surveys.
She slammed the political challengers in a Twitter message, saying that the strategies to defeat her political celebration will certainly be subjected quickly.
The PML-N VP intimidated that the lion might not be hounded so conveniently, adding that they need to remember it and also wait on the feedback. She claimed that PML-N will reclaim the right of the people.
Maryam said that the political celebration will accept loss if it is the decision of the residents.
Maryam Nawaz added that PML-N will combat against every choice taken by stealing ballot boxes as well as vote-rigging. ‘Make indisputable concerning it.’
Pakistan Individuals’s Party (PPP) had won the by-poll in the National Assembly constituency in Karachi NA-249 with a close margin of 683 ballots on Thursday.
According to unofficial results of all 276 polling terminals released by the Area Returning Policeman (DRO), Pakistan Individuals’s Celebration (PPP) prospect Qadir Khan Mandokhail had safeguarded 16,156 votes to win the NA-249 Karachi West-II by-election, while Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) candidate Miftah Ismail got 15,473 votes to remain 2nd.
Nazir Ahmed bagged 11,126 votes as well as came third. Pak Sarzameen Event (PSP) chief Mustafa Kamal obtained 9,227 votes. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) candidate Amjad Afridi safeguarded the fifth placement by getting 8,922 votes.
The National Assembly seat had dropped vacant due to the resignation of PTI MNA Faisal Vawda from the Area West-II constituency.