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Imran Khan challenged: Pakistan’s Peoples Party wins Umerkot by-polls
Bilwal Bhutto
Image: Mansoor Shahani Twitter page

Imran Khan challenged: Pakistan’s Peoples Party wins Umerkot by-polls

| @indiablooms | 20 Jan 2021, 05:06 pm

Islamabad: PPP’s Ameer Ali Shah has clinched the by-polls in the Umerkot’s PS-52 seat, giving a challenge to the PM Imran Khan-led government in Pakistan.

Unofficial results of 128 polling stations showed that Shah secured over 58,968 votes against GDA’s Arbab Ghulam Rahim, who bagged nearly 30,832 votes, reports Geo News.

The polling process started under the supervision of the police and Rangers, however, some incidents of minor clashes were reported and polling was suspended for some time, but again resumed, the Pakistan news channel reported.

PPP PSF Sindh Province President Mansoor Shahani tweeted: "Today Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari visited Kharoro Syed on 1st death anniversary of Ali Mardan Shah where he also congratulated MPA Ameer Ali Shah on his huge victory against the seleted and their selectors. Next target is NA seat of tharparkar. @BBhuttoZardari."

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