Final phase of LBs polls at district Zhob Balochistan: Photo provided by Ali Khan Mandokhail

Manan Mandokhail, Sardar Muhammad Khondai, Imran Sumalani, Munir Baloch, Ali Khan  Mandokhail:

QUETTA: The ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) has emerged victorious in majority districts in the final phase of local bodies elections in the province. As per unofficial results, the BAP has won chairmen and deputy chairmen seats in Dera Bugti, Jhal Magsi, Barkhan, Awaran, Lasbela, Hub, Zhob, Ziarat, Loralai districts.

However, this time an alliance between Jamiat ul Ulema e Islam (JUI) and Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) has worked. The two parties’ alliance emerged successfully in winning chairmen and deputy chairmen in Chaman, Killa Abdullah, Pishin, Sherani, Musakhail, Killa Saifullah, Harnai districts of Balochistan.

BNP won Noshki, Gwadar and  Kharan seats 

Balochistan National Party (BNP) has won Noshki, Gwadar, Kharan districts. However, National Party (NP) has won Panjgur, Kalat and  Mastung with the support of political allies.

In Chaghi, the Pakistan  Peoples Party (PPP) has won. The party has also won chairmen and deputy chairmen seats in Khuzdar, Sohbat Pur, Sorab, Jaffarabad, Kech districts of Balochistan.

Muhammad Khan Lehri sweeps Naseerabad 

Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind maintained his position by winning the elections of district Kachhi. However, Balochistan education minister, Mir Naseebuallah Marri also won district Kohlu’s chairman and deputy chairman seats.

Similarly, Muhammad Hassani panel won district Washuk elections. In Naseerabad, Balochistan for Irrigation, Muhammad Khan Lehri’s panel won. In district Sibi, the Sardar Domki panel won the final phase of local bodies elections.

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