Karachi by-election:  Before Election Results Confirmation of a shooting death Rangers deployed to control the situation

By Election NA 240 :In Karachi Sindh province, firing and armed clash took place at the end of polling in NA-240 by election. Provincial Information Minister Sharjeel Memon said police had taken control of the situation and Rangers had been deployed in the area. Meanwhile, the director of Jinnah Hospital said that one person's body and four injured people have been brought from Landhi so far.

Karachi  NA-240 By election Dead man shot in the head'

One death has been confirmed as a result of firing and clash in NA-240 constituency of Karachi while political parties have blamed each other for it.

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court IHC has quashed the decision of the Election Commission of Pakistan ECP to announce the decision of the prohibited funding case within 30 days on the appeal of PTI.

Karachi  NA-240 By election Dead man shot in the head'

Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif has said that due to the IMF agreement of the PTI government, the present government had no choice but to increase the prices of petroleum products.

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PTI Chairman Imran Khan has said that when the conspiracy was known the neutrals were told not to allow instability in Pakistan.

Minister of State for Petroleum Dr. Musaddiq Malik has said that they are ready for political suicide to save the country from bankruptcy.

PML-Q leader Monis Elahi has said that the FIA ​​interrogated him for four and a half hours in a money laundering case aimed at diverting attention from the real issues.

Breaking Karachi by-election: Dead man shot in the head

According to police surgeon Dr Samia Saeed, the deceased was identified as Saifuddin, who was shot in the head and was rushed to Jinnah Hospital.

He told theCCR News that 30 year old Muhammad Idrees had been hit in the head. Waleed 18 was shot in the leg, while Khalid Chauhan 42 also suffered a head injury۔

None of the 309 polling stations in NA-240 were normal. 203 polling stations were declared highly sensitive and 106 sensitive.

The counting of votes is underway in this constituency after the completion of the polling process in this constituency while security is on high alert after the incident of firing in the area.

Pak Sarzamin Party and Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan workers have accused each other of firing on each other.

The number of registered voters in the constituency was 529,855, of which 294,385 were male voters and 235,470 were female voters.

There were 25 candidates in the by-elections but the main contest is expected to be between MQM, PPP, Tehreek-e-Libek and Pak Sarzamin Party.

It may be recalled that the PTI had announced a boycott while the Jamaat-e-Islami did not participate in the election process.

In the general elections 2018, MQM Pakistan Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan had won with 611165 votes while Muhammad Asif of Tehreek-e-Lubaik Pakistan was second with 30535 votes and Farrukh Manzoor of PTI was third with 29941 votes.