Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI)’s candidate Syed Hafeezuddin won the party’s first seat in the Sindh Assembly for the PS-93 constituency with a total of 15,617 votes, according to the official results from the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP).
In second place was Abdul Razzaq, a candidate of the Jamaat-e-Islami who polled 10,723 votes in total.
PTI came up as the second largest party in Karachi after election results were announced.
In Azizabad, PTI’s Muhammad Jawed Jeelani secured 20,259 votes against Mutahida Qaumi Movement’ (MQM)’s Khalid bin Wilayat, who won with 71,318 votes.
In Lyari too, PTI candidate Subhab Ali Sahil won 26,348 votes even though the PPP has been sweeping this constituency since it was formed in 1968. PPP’s Shah Jahan Baloch – who was contesting Lyari’s seat from the jail – defeated Sahil with 84,530 votes , the latter’s position was better than Nabeel Gabool and PPP-Shaheed Bhutto leader Ghinwa Bhutto, who hardly managed 537 votes