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Election Results PS-59 - 2018

Last Updated: 30 Nov, 2022
Position Candidates Party Votes
  1
Makhdoom Rafik Zaman PPPP
46320
  2
Syed Jalal Shah GDA
24366
  3
Sarang Khan Mangwano MQP
7739
  4
Syed Meer Kazim Shah Hu.. IND
1649
  5
Imtiaz Ali IND
786
  6
Awais Gul Memon IND
557
  7
Muhammad Siddique Khidr.. IND
541
  8
Akhtar Hussain IND
509
  9
Abdul Razaque Jafrani K.. PTI
457
  10
Nargis naz PML-N
392
  11
Syed Mir Ali Shah IND
288
  12
Saeed Ahmed IND
130
  13
Muhammad Saleh Jakhrejo IND
124
  14
Ali Sher IND
111
  15
Syed Ali Hussain Shah IND
99
  16
Altaf Hussain Burdi PSP
84
  17
Nawab Tarique Hussain IND
84

PS-59 Election Result 2018 - Matiari-II Sindh

PS-59 Election Result 2018 - There are 17 candidates are participating in general election 2018 in PS-59 Matiari-II constituency of Sindh Province. Makhdoom Rafik Zaman PPPP, Syed Jalal Shah GDA, Sarang Khan Mangwano MQP and others are the main candidates in PS-59. Get all the updates of PS-59 Election Result 2018 here.

Find all the complete details of PS-59 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-59.

Also find the top parties detail of PS-59 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-59.

PS 59 Election Result 2018 - Makhdoom Rafik Zaman PPPP has lead the Matiari-II election by receiving 46320 votes by defeating Syed Jalal Shah GDA got 24366 votes on PS 59 Matiari-II.

Reviews & Comments

My best friend lives in the area of this PS - 59 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.
Sidra Shafique, Pindi Tuesday, July 24 2018