Sunday October 16, 2022

Tough Fight Expected On NA Seats In KP As Imran Facing Key ANP Leaders

Peshawar: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan is contesting by-elections on seven out of eight seats of Natonal Assembly (NA) which included three seats of KP where he is facing key Awami National Party (ANP) leaders at NA-31 Peshawar Ghulam Ahmed Buloor, and NA 24 Charsaddah Aimal Wali Khan.

All the 265 polling stations at NA-31 Peshawar have been declared the most sensitives while 4, 73,183 people are registered voters in the constituency.

The charged supporters of the both the parties are trying very much hard to bring voters on the polling stations.

On the other hand, provincial president of the ANP and son of Asfand Yar Wali, Aimal Wali Khan is an opponent candidate against former premier Imran Khan.

As many as 142 polling stations have been declared sensitives while 242 polling stations the most sensitives.

Registered voters on the NA-24 Charsadda are 5, 26,862.

Moreover, the PTI chief will also face tough fight in by elections at NA 22 Mardan where Jamiat Ulma-e-Islam (JUI) candidate Maulana Qasim is contesting the elections.

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