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Pakistan Elections: Imran Khan Information Nomination for Karachi’s NA-243

mran Khan filed his nomination papers from NA-243 constituency but PTI's senior leader Asad Umar said he would also be contesting on other NA seats.

Karachi: Pakistan’s cricketer-turned-politician and Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has filed nomination papers from Karachi for the upcoming

common elections due on July 25.

He had throughout a go to to Karachi final month introduced his intention to contest a Nationwide Meeting seat from Pakistan’s largest metropolis, which since 1988 has been dominated by the Mutthaida Qaumi Motion (MQM) social gathering in nationwide and provincial elections.

Khan filed his nomination papers from NA-243 constituency however PTI’s senior chief Asad Umar mentioned he would even be contesting on different NA seats.
nomination papers day from NA-246.

Bilawal’s sister Aseefa Bhutt

o and father Asif Ali Zardari will even contest elections from seats in Karachi.
Outstanding human rights activist and lawyer Jibran Nasir has additionally introduced he will probably be contesting a seat from Karachi as an impartial candidate.

Political analysts consider th

at with the MQM now scattered into a number of teams and their founder-leader Altaf Hussain banned from politics in Pakistan, different political events now see an opportune second to finish the MQM’s stronghold on Karachi.

Since 1988, the MQM has gained majority of nationwide meeting and provincial meeting seats from Karachi and dominated town’s political panorama.

Umar added that the PTI chairman would contest the elections from 4 or 5 completely different constituencies scattered throughout the nation.

Within the 2013 elections, Khan had contested from NA-1 (Peshawar – II), NA- 56 (Rawalpindi VII), NA-71 (Mianwali – I) and NA-126 (Lahore – IX).

Karachi has assumed significance within the coming elections as Pakistan Peoples Social gathering (PPP) vice chairman Bilawal Bhutto has additionally filed his nomination

papers day from NA-246.

Bilawal’s sister Aseefa Bhutto and father Asif Ali Zardari will even contest elections from seats in Karachi.
Outstanding human rights activist and lawyer Jibran Nasir has additionally introduced he will probably be contesting a seat from Karachi as an impartial candidate.

Political analysts believ

e t

hat with the MQM now scattered into a number of teams and their founder-leader Altaf Hussain banned from politics in Pakistan, different political events now see an opportune second to finish the MQM’s stronghold on Karachi.

Since 1988, the MQM has gained majority of nationwide meeting and provincial meeting seats from

Karachi and dominated town’s political panorama.

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