PPP beats PTI to retain NA-221 seat


THARPARKAR: The PPP has received the NA-221 seat, beating fundamental rival PTI with an enormous margin, in response to unofficial outcomes.

PPP candidate Pir Ameer Ali Shah Jilani bagged 103,502 votes whereas his rival PTI candidate Nizamuddin Rahimoon received 50,570 votes, giving a significant increase to the ruling PPP which claimed that the Prime Minister Imran Khan-led PTI has been rejected by the individuals of Sindh.

In a press release after the NA-221 victory on Monday, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto mentioned that the individuals of Tharparkar have proven the mirror to “illegal and incompetent” rulers.

“Recent by-elections were the first test of the selected regime in which Imran Khan has failed in all the four provinces,” the PPP chief mentioned.

Bilawal mentioned the failure is written of their destiny within the subsequent spherical as effectively and it’s higher for Imran Khan to resign and go home.

“Victory will be of the people in Senate polls as well.”

The NA-221 seat had fallen vacant after PPP chief Pir Noor Muhammad Shah Jillani handed away battling coronavirus at a hospital in Karachi.

According to the district returning officer, the constituency has a complete variety of 281,900 votes whereas a complete of 318 polling stations have been arrange within the constituency.

Out of those 318 polling stations, 95 had been declared extraordinarily delicate whereas 130 have been thought of delicate.

An estimated 2,000 police and Rangers personnel had been stationed exterior the polling stations to make sure security and safety. Polling stations that had been deemed “extremely sensitive” additionally had CCTV cameras put in in them.