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Election Results PS-53 - 2018

Last Updated: 28 Jan, 2023
Position Candidates Party Votes
  1
Muhammad Taimur Talpur PPPP
55155
  2
Dost Muhammad PTI
31623
  3
Mir Amanullah Khan Tal.. PML-N
3386
  4
Moolchand IND
667
  5
Muhammad Jam IND
377
  6
Gulzar Ali TLP
201
  7
Ashok Parmar IND
198
  8
Muhammad Younis Talpur IND
127
  9
Muhammad Bux IND
103
  10
Salma MMA
56
  11
Muhammad Farhan Khan PSP
47
  12
Gul Zaman IND
41
  13
Bushra ATP
30
  14
Babar Hayat Baloch IND
24
  15
Muhammad Raheem SUP
24
  16
Mir Ghazanfar Ali Talpu.. IND
15
  17
Abdul Haq IND
14
  18
Mir Muzafar Talpur IND
10

PS-53 Election Result 2018 - Umerkot-III Sindh

PS-53 Election Result 2018 - There are 18 candidates are participating in general election 2018 in PS-53 Umerkot-III constituency of Sindh Province. Muhammad Taimur Talpur PPPP, Dost Muhammad PTI, Mir Amanullah Khan Talpur PML-N and others are the main candidates in PS-53. Get all the updates of PS-53 Election Result 2018 here.

Find all the complete details of PS-53 Provincial Assembly, Election Results, candidates’ details, party position, election campaign, election turn around, live courage, pre poll results & constituency report and previous results of 2008, 2002, 2013 of PS-53.

Also find the top parties detail of PS-53 which were Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML N), Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (PPPP), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PML Q) , Awami National Party (ANP) , Independent & other famous political parties are take part in constituency PS-53.

PS 53 Election Result 2018 - Muhammad Taimur Talpur PPPP has lead the Umerkot-III election by receiving 55155 votes by defeating Dost Muhammad PTI got 31623 votes on PS 53 Umerkot-III.

Reviews & Comments

My best friend lives in the area of this PS - 53 constituency. He will be casting his vote for the first time. I just hope that he is able to cast vote perfectly. He was really nervous about electoral polls.
Sohail Ahmad, Islamabad Tuesday, July 24 2018