Pakistan election results 2018 Full list of Sindh Provincial Assembly winners and leads, live updating: PPP’s Murad Ali Shah wins from PS-80
Pakistan election results 2018: More than 3,000 candidates are contesting for the 272 general seats of the four provincial assemblies - Punjab, Sindh, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and Pak-occupied Balochistan. Coming to the Sindh province, the total number of seats for the Assembly through the direct vote is 168, of which 29 seats are reserved for women and 9 seats for non-Muslims. Here is the full list of Sindh Provincial Assembly winners and leads, live updating:
26 July 2018,
Full list of Sindh Provincial Assembly winners and leads, live updating
Amid a number of violent incidents, millions of Pakistanis are voting to elect a new government and prime minister in Pakistan on Wednesday. While over 800,000 police personnel were deployed at different polling stations across the country, a series of deadly attacks and clashes were seen at different places. More than 3,000 candidates are contesting for the 272 general seats of the four provincial assemblies – Punjab, Sindh, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, and Pak-occupied Balochistan. The three important parties contesting are former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) or PML-N, cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf or PTI, and former (late) prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s party Pakistan Peoples Party, which is being led by her son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
Coming to the Sindh province, the total number of seats for the Assembly through the direct vote is 168, of which 29 seats are reserved for women and 9 seats for non-Muslims.
Here are the LIVE updates of Sindh Provincial Assembly Election Results 2018:
06:19pm(IST)| From Khairpur -7, (PS-32), Grand Democratic Alliance’s Syed Muhammad Rashid Shah came out to be the winner with 36,137 votes.
04:30pm(IST)| From Karachi South-5 (PS-111), PTI’s Imran Ismail has won with 30,576 votes, while from Mallir -5 (PS -91), Khalil Ur Rehman Jadoon has achieved the victory.
01:41pm(IST)| From PS -80, PPP’s Murad Ali Shah is the winner while from PS-26 PPP’s Syed Qaim Ali Shah is the winner.
01:31pm(IST)|: PPP’s Sohail Anwar wins from Larkana -3 (PS-12) with 48,997 votes while GDA’s Syed Akbar Hussain Rashidi came out to be the runner-up with almost half of the votes as Rashidi.
01:22pm(IST)| PPP candidate Tariq Ali wins from Mirpurkhas – 4 (PS-50) with 50,119 votes after defeating GDA’s Inayat Ullah, said sources.
12:53pm(IST)| Grand Democratic Alliance’s Ali Ghulam has emerged as a winner from Sanghar-1 (PS-41) with 36,024 votes. He defeated PPP’s Mashooque Alo who got 35,922 votes into his account.
12:36pm: PPP’s Sayed Qareeb Shah wins from Karachi West – 5 (PS-116) with 1904 votes after defeating independent candidate Jamal Khan, who could not even open his account.
11:30am(IST)| Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians’ AGHA SIRAJ KHAN DURRANI won from Shikarpur -3 (PS-9) with 51,660 votes. Grand Democratic Alliance’s MUZAFFAR ALI ISSANI is the runner-up in the elections with 15,059 votes.
11:20am(IST)| Sources said that Independent candidate Ameer Ali Jatoi with 26,893 votes lost to Grand Democratic Alliance’s Muhhammad Shahryar Khan Mahar who has won with 37,706 votes from Shikarpur (PS-8).
11:15am(IST)| PTI’s Haleem Adil Sheikh defeated independemt candidate Manzoor Burfat from Karachi East-1 (PS-99). While PTI candidate won with 6058 votes, the independent candidate was not able to get a single votve into his account.
11:10am(IST)| Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians’ Syed Zia Abbas Shah won from the Tando Allahayar (PS-60) with 51,293 votes. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s Ali Ahmad Palh is the runner-up in the elections with 34,726 votes.
09:00am(IST)| PTI has secured the NA 135 Lahore seat. Malik Karamat has won from Ali Khokar and PMLN’s Malik Saiful Malook Khokar as emerged the runner-up.
08:30am(IST)| Actor Kasturi Shankar congratulated Imran Khan with a tweet said, the former cricketer is all set to lead the country.