Makhdoom Amin Fahim recieved 95843 votes on NA-218 which is the only National Assembly seat of the district.
“The party has never been in power politics and the mandate it got is beyond everybody’s expectations.”
Minorities face uncertainty in exercising their right to vote even though 49 per cent of Umerkot voters are non-Muslims.
For decades, not a single woman in this dusty Pakistani village surrounded by wheat fields and orange trees has voted.
Intikhab Amir takes a look at campaign tactics employed by PPP, ANP, JUI-F and JI in parts of KP.
In one district of the country's northwest, Pakistan's two main parties are united in brotherly harmony.
Gilgit-Baltistan's politically inclined residents are keeping an eye on who wins elections come May 11.
The recent escalation in terror attacks against candidates of some political parties is the clear manifestation of its intentions.
Due to sectarian division and pluralistic society, the electoral dynamics in Kurram Agency are different from other administrative units of Fata.
The two parties, which have to their credit the extension of the Political Parties’ Act 2002 to Fata, have not fielded candidate for NA-40.
Corruption continues to weaken Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), and this time it is the food department which is causing loss of billions of rupees.
Karachi and Larkana have the highest prevalence of HIV, according to the National AIDS Control Programme.
As FBR announced a tax amnesty for non-custom paid vehicles, people thronged Wazir Dhand Market to buy them.
All political, religious parties in Lower Dir agreed on Tuesday to back women’s participation in voting and follow the election code of conduct during elections.
Insiders said the senior workers of PPP were demanding intra-party elections and that sincere candidates be awarded tickets.
Section 83-A of the Representation of Peoples Act prohibits affixing hoardings, banners and posters larger than the prescribed size.
While other parties have been flagrantly violating the code, PTI proved to be no different despite its slogan of “change”.
Raja Muhammad Asad Khan, MNA from Jhelum, has announced to contest the next election as an independent candidate rather than a nominee of the PPP.
After a strong group quit PML-Q in Mansehra district, there are many from KP who are planning to jump ship.
After surviving another crisis, Ibad lost no time in thanking President Zardari and the MQM chief for putting their trust in him.