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PPPP won the most seats in Sindh Assembly

2024-02-10
PPPP won the most seats in Sindh Assembly

The Election Commission of Pakistan has released preliminary results for all 130 constituencies of the Sindh Assembly.

 

According to the unofficial results, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has secured victory on 84 seats, while the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan is second with 28 seats. Independent candidates have won 14 seats, while Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) have secured 2 seats each.

 

Here is a breakdown of results for some key constituencies:

 

PS-1 (Jacobabad):

PPP's Sher Muhammad Mughari secured the first position with 48,385 votes, while independent candidate Abdul Razaq Khan secured the second position with 18,115 votes.

 

PS-3 (Jacobabad):

Independent candidate Mir Mumtaz Hussain Khan won with 39,600 votes, while PPP's Orangzeb Panhwar secured the second position with 31,587 votes.

 

PS-4 (Kashmore):

PPP's Haji Abdul Rauf Khoso is leading with 278 votes, and independent candidate Mir Ghaleb Dhomki is trailing with 66 votes.

 

PS-5 (Kashmore):

PPP's Sardar Ghulam Abid is in the lead with 31,132 votes, while GDA's Rabnawaz has secured the second position with 21,052 votes.

 

PS-6 (Kashmore):

PPP's Mehboob Ali Khan Bijarani secured victory with 86,365 votes, while PTI's Abdul Qayyum Khan is in the second position with 9,945 votes.

 

PS-7 (Shikarpur):

PPP's Imtiaz Ahmed Sheikh won with 60,354 votes.

 

PS-8 (Shikarpur):

PPP's Muhammad Arif Khan Mahar is leading with 64,016 votes.

 

PS-9 (Shikarpur):

PPP's Agha Siraj Durrani secured victory with 63,760 votes.

 

PS-12:

PPP's Suhail Anwar won with 54,777 votes, while GDA's Moazam Ali Khan secured the second position with 31,850 votes.

 

PS-14:

PPP's Mir Nadir Magsi is leading with 10,189 votes, and GDA's Muzaffar Brohi is in the second position with 5,002 votes.

 

PS-15:

PPP's Nisar Khoro is leading with 13,332 votes, while GDA's Humayun Khan is in the second position with 3,257 votes.

 

PS-18:

Independent candidate Jam Mahtab Dahr is leading with 40,686 votes, and PPP's Shahryar Shar is in the second position with 34,258 votes.

 

PS-20:

PPP's Muhammad Baksh Mehr secured victory with 87,431 votes, and JUI-F's Muhammad Ishaq Laghari is in the second position with 9,401 votes.

 

PS-26:

PPP's Qaim Ali Shah won with 49,866 votes, while GDA's Imam Bakhsh Phulpoto secured the second position with 14,528 votes.

 

PS-27:

PPP's Hala Roshan won with 91,131 votes, and PTI's Muhammad Sharif Barzoi secured the second position with 10,734 votes.

 

PS-33:

Independent candidate Gul Hasan Magsi is leading with 520 votes, while PPP's Hasan Shah is in the second position with 210 votes.

 

PS-56:

PPP's Makhdoom Mehboob Zaman won with 72,178 votes, and PML-N's Nasir Ahmed secured the second position with 35,432 votes.

 

PS-57:

PPP's Makhdoom Fakhar Zaman won with 52,175 votes, and GDA's Syed Jalal Shah secured the second position with 44,873 votes.

 

PS-60:

PPP's Jam Khan Shoro won with 33,477 votes, while PTI's Ayaz Latif Palijo secured 6,451 votes.

 

PS-61:

PPP's Sharjeel Inam Memon won with 63,638 votes, and PTI's Saeed Ahmed Talpur secured the second position with 11,719 votes.

 

PS-67:

PPP's Khurram Karim Soomro won with 578 votes, and the Sindh Qaumi Ittehad's Dr. Qadir Magsi is in the second position with 152 votes.

 

PS-68:

PPP's Muhammad Ali won with 63,348 votes, and GDA's Mansoor Ali Nazamani secured the second position with 14,203 votes.

 

PS-72:

Independent candidate Murad Sheikh is leading with 7,784 votes, while PPP's Shah Nawaz is in the second position with 3,675 votes.

 

PS-77:

PPP's Murad Ali Shah won with 66,100 votes, and GDA's Roshan Ali secured the second position with 6,150 votes.

 

PS-80:

According to preliminary results, PPP's Abdul Aziz Junejo is leading with 26,703 votes, while GDA's Kareem Ali Jatoi is in the second position with 16,173 votes.

 

PS-99:

In polling station number 154, independent candidate Zeen Parveen is leading with 142 votes, while JI's Yunus is in the second position with 139 votes, and PPP's Masti Khan is in the third position with 77 votes.

 

PS-105:

In 3 polling stations, PPP's Saeed Ghani is leading with 1,050 votes, while GDA's Irfanullah Marwat is in the second position with 649 votes.

 

PS-108:

In PS-108 South Karachi, MQM's Muhammad Dillar is leading with 20,014 votes, and independent candidate Murad Sheikh is in the second position with 16,850 votes.

 

PS-111:

In polling station number 182, PPP's Liaquat is leading with 237 votes, while independent candidate Shah Nawaz is in the second position with 164 votes.

 

PS-114:

In polling station number 54, JI's Abdul Razzaq is leading with 282 votes, while independent candidate Muhammad Shabir is in the second position with 210 votes.

 

PS-120:

In Karachi's polling station number 89, MQM's Muzahir Amir is leading with 408 votes, and JI's Nazar Muhammad is in the second position with 355 votes.

 

PS-125:

In 24 polling stations, PPP's SM Naqvi is leading with 7,984 votes, while independent candidate Fauzia Siddiqui is in the second position with 6,177 votes.

 

These are preliminary and unofficial results, and the official results are yet to be announced by the Election Commission of Pakistan.