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Election Results PS-91 - 2018

Last Updated: 19 Jan, 2020
Position Candidates Party Votes
  1
MAHMOOD ALAM JAMOT PPPP
17876
  2
KHALIL UR REHMAN JADOON PTI
12601
  3
HAJI MUZAFAR ALI SHUJRA IND
8620
  4
MALIK MUHAMMAD TAJ PML-N
7996
  5
AHSAN ULLAH MMA
6928
  6
SIRAJ AHMED ANP
2531
  7
SAMIULLAH KHAN TLP
2061
  8
Syed Imdad Hussain Shah IND
574
  9
MUHAMMAD ASLAM BHUTTO IND
466
  10
HAROON RASHEED PML(sher-e-bangal)
430
  11
KAMAL PMA
398
  12
MUMTAZ ALI MQM-P
340
  13
ABDUL SATTAR HAKIM IND
319
  14
Khursheed Ali
293
  15
ASIF KHAN IND
225
  16
NAZIR AHMED IND
209
  17
SHER ALI KHAN IND
143
  18
MUHAMMAD HANIF PSP
109
  19
RAHIM DAD KHAN IND
30
  20
RASOOL KHAN IND
30
  21
MUHAMMAD SAJID IND
25

PS-91 Election Result 2018 - Malir-V Sindh

PS-91 Election Result 2018 - There are 21 candidates are participating in general election 2018 in PS-91 Malir-V constituency of Sindh Province. MAHMOOD ALAM JAMOT PPPP, KHALIL UR REHMAN JADOON PTI, HAJI MUZAFAR ALI SHUJRA IND and others are the main candidates in PS-91. Get all the updates of PS-91 Election Result 2018 here.

Find all the complete details of PS-91 Provincial Assembly, Election Results, candidates’ details, party position, election campaign, election turn around, live courage, pre poll results & constituency report and previous results of 2008, 2002, 2013 of PS-91.

Also find the top parties detail of PS-91 which were Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML N), Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PML Q) , Awami National Party (ANP) , Independent & other famous political parties are take part in constituency PS-91.

PS 91 Election Result 2018 - MAHMOOD ALAM JAMOT PPPP has lead the Malir-V election by receiving 17876 votes by defeating KHALIL UR REHMAN JADOON PTI got 12601 votes on PS 91 Malir-V.

Reviews & Comments

PS - 91 has loads of important candidates and some independent candidates too. I just hope that elections should be fair and transparent and the best suitable candidate should win.
Sajid Rehman Mughal, Pindi Tuesday, July 24 2018