Qaim Ali Shah out-muscles Ghous Ali Shah in PS-29

Shah won the PS-29 elections by securing 27,155 votes against the PML-N Sindh chief.

May 11, 2013
Qaim Ali Shah of Pakistan Peoples Party won his Khairpur seat.

While the Pakistani Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP) suffered heavy defeats elsewhere, their traditional vote banks came through with former Sindh chief minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah retaining his seat in Khairpur, Express News reported.

Shah won the PS-29 elections by securing 27,155 votes.

The former chief minister’s rival was the veteran politician Syed Ghous Ali Shah. The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Sindh chief could only secure 16,277 votes.


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