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Murad Ali Shah Re-elected Sindh Chief Minister for Third Term

Syed Murad Ali Shah of the PPP has been elected as the chief minister of Sindh for the third consecutive term. He secured 112 votes, defeating Ali Khurseedi from MQM-Pakistan, who received only 36 votes. This marked Murad’s first election with a two-thirds majority, prompting enthusiastic PPP slogans in the assembly hall.

The Sindh Assembly experienced heightened activity as the process for the leader of the House election unfolded on Monday. Speaker Owais Shah presided over the session, overseeing the swearing-in of the chief minister. The assembly members took their positions as the voting commenced.

Murad Ali Shah, PPP’s nominee, garnered support from his party members on the right side of the assembly hall. In contrast, Ali Khursheedi, the MQM nominee, had his supporters on the left side. The assembly, charged with political tensions, witnessed factions vying for their preferred candidate.

As the assembly convened, the speaker played a crucial role in managing the proceedings. The outcome of this pivotal election held significant importance for the political landscape of Sindh, captivating the attention of all present.


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