Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) senior leader and former Sindh chief minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has emerged victorious in the PS-77 Jamshoro constituency of the Sindh Provincial Assembly.
Based on the inconclusive unofficial results, the PPP leader secured a notable win in the general elections, reflecting the ongoing democratic process in the country.
Amidst the nationwide polling, citizens exercised their voting rights from 8 am to 5 pm, contributing to the democratic exercise. With millions participating in the electoral process, the counting of votes continues across various constituencies.
In the PS-77 Jamshoro 1 constituency, the results from all 169 polling stations have been tabulated. According to the unofficial count, Murad Ali Shah of the PPP clinched victory with 66,100 votes, while Roshan Ali Barro of the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) secured second place with 6,150 votes.
Shah’s win underscores the political dynamics in Sindh, as parties vie for representation in the provincial assembly. As the official results are awaited, the electoral landscape reflects the engagement and participation of citizens in shaping the future of the province and the nation.