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Murad for CM, Awais for Speaker & Anthony for Deputy Speaker of Sindh Assembly slots nominated

Murad for CM, Awais for Speaker & Anthony for Deputy Speaker of Sindh Assembly slots nominated

Murad for CM, Awais for Speaker & Anthony for Deputy Speaker of Sindh Assembly slots nominated

Murad for CM, Awais for Speaker & Anthony Naveed for Deputy Speaker of Sindh Assembly nominated: Bilawal

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LAHORE: Pakistan People Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has announced that Syed Murad Ali Shah will be candidate for the slot of Sindh Chief Minister whereas Awais Qadir Shah for the position of speaker and Anthony Naveed for deputy speaker of the Sindh Assembly.

Addressing the PPP’s Sindh parliamentary committee in Lahore on Friday, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari made this announcement.

He asserted that they would better perform and surpass previous achievements.

Meanwhile, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has decided to relinquish the NA-196 Qambar-Shadadkot seat, which was famously contested by Benazir Bhutto.

Bilawal emerged victorious in the National Assembly constituency NA-196 Shehdadkot-I, securing 85,370 votes, with his closest competitor being Nasir Mehmood, a candidate from the Jamait Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl group (JUI-F), who obtained 34,499 votes. Details reveal that the former foreign minister has opted to retain the NA-194, Larkana-I seat, while vacating the NA-196 seat, where he was also declared the winner in the February 8 general elections.

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Sources familiar with the situation suggest that Asif Bhutto Zardari is likely to participate in a by-election for NA-196. The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) issued directives on Thursday instructing candidates who have won multiple seats in the February 8 General Elections to choose only one seat to retain and vacate the others.

According to the ECP, candidates who have emerged victorious from multiple constituencies are required to vacate the additional seats before taking the oath. Alternatively, under Article 223(2), if no action is taken within 30 days, all seats, except the one for which the candidate is ultimately declared successful, will be considered vacant, the ECP clarified.

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