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PML-N’s Malik Moazzam wins PP-84 Khushab by-polls

Defeats PTI's Ali Hussain by 10,000 votes

SAMAA | - Posted: May 6, 2021 | Last Updated: 5 hours ago
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Posted: May 6, 2021 | Last Updated: 5 hours ago
PML-N’s Malik Moazzam wins PP-84 Khushab by-polls

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PML-N's Malik Moazzam clinched victory in the PP-84 Khushab by-polls with 73,081 votes, according to unofficial and unverified results of the Election Commission. PTI's Ali Hussain came in second with 62,903 votes. The turnout rate was recorded at 52%. Polling for PP-84 Khushab by-elections started at 8am on Wednesday and ended at 5pm. The PS-84 seat fell vacant after PML-N MPA Malik Muhammad Waris Kallu died from the novel coronavirus last year. Kallu won the elections in 2018 with 66,775 votes. Eight candidates contestes this year. A tough competition was expected between PPP's Ghulam Habib, PML-N's Malik Moazzam, and PTI's Ali Hussain. The government has sent 10 teams to polling stations across the constituency. They will monitor both the voting and the results. CCTV cameras have been installed at all stations as well. More than 2,800 police officers and 500 Rangers personnel have been deployed. Earlier this week, Sargodha Regional Police Officer Ashfaq Khan instructed the deputy commissioner and assistant commissioner to ensure smooth voting, safe delivery of ballot boxes, and implementation of coronavirus SOPs. According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, 292,627 voters have been registered. Two hundred and twenty-seven polling stations have been set up in the constituency of which 14 have been declared sensitive. Forty-four polling stations have been set up for men and 322 for women voters. There are three tehsils that the constituency covers: Nurpur Thal, Quaidabad, and Khushab.
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PML-N’s Malik Moazzam clinched victory in the PP-84 Khushab by-polls with 73,081 votes, according to unofficial and unverified results of the Election Commission.

PTI’s Ali Hussain came in second with 62,903 votes. The turnout rate was recorded at 52%.

Polling for PP-84 Khushab by-elections started at 8am on Wednesday and ended at 5pm.

The PS-84 seat fell vacant after PML-N MPA Malik Muhammad Waris Kallu died from the novel coronavirus last year. Kallu won the elections in 2018 with 66,775 votes.

Eight candidates contestes this year. A tough competition was expected between PPP’s Ghulam Habib, PML-N’s Malik Moazzam, and PTI’s Ali Hussain.

The government has sent 10 teams to polling stations across the constituency. They will monitor both the voting and the results. CCTV cameras have been installed at all stations as well.

More than 2,800 police officers and 500 Rangers personnel have been deployed.

Earlier this week, Sargodha Regional Police Officer Ashfaq Khan instructed the deputy commissioner and assistant commissioner to ensure smooth voting, safe delivery of ballot boxes, and implementation of coronavirus SOPs.

According to the Election Commission of Pakistan, 292,627 voters have been registered. Two hundred and twenty-seven polling stations have been set up in the constituency of which 14 have been declared sensitive. Forty-four polling stations have been set up for men and 322 for women voters.

There are three tehsils that the constituency covers: Nurpur Thal, Quaidabad, and Khushab.

 
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