Sardar Hussain vs GM in in seven polling stations

CHITRAL, Dec 18: In the May 11 election, PPP candidate Sardar Hussain was ahead by 22 votes against his rival Ghulam Muhammad of the APML in the seven polling stations where re-polling is to be held. But the tribunal ordered re-polling because there were large-scale irregularities in handling the rejected votes in these polling stations. In the May 11 elections, Sardar Hussain had scored 713 and Ghulam Muhammad 693 votes in these seven polling stations. The detail of the votes scored by the two men is as under. Polling station No 6 (Govt High School Barum) Sardar Hussain 22, Ghulam Muhammad 72; PS No 30 (Govt Primary School Zizdi) Sardar Hussain 13 and Ghulam Muhammad 77, PS 56 (Rech Bala) Sardar Hussain 102 and Ghulam Muhammad 217, PS 61 (Govt Girls’ High School Booni), Sardar Hussain 401, Ghulam Muhammad 136, PS 65 (Govt primary School Charun-Oveer) Sardar Hussain 55, Ghulam Muhammad 99, PS 80 (Govt Primary School Awi Lasht) Sardar Hussain 50, Ghulam Muhammad 28 and PS No 89 (Govt Primary School Mastuj) Sardar Hussain 70 and Ghulam Muhammad 64.]]>

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