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Counting again in Pakistan’s restive Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, firing took place, 2 people died, 14 casualties – India TV Hindi

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Recounting in Pakistan’s troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Pakistan News: Elections were held in Pakistan on the scheduled date with great difficulty. After this there was a delay in counting of votes. Now there is a delay in forming the alliance. It is not known exactly when the oath will be taken and by whom. Meanwhile, recounting of votes was conducted in Pakistan’s troubled Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. But this time too there was a conflict between the two political parties. Two people died in a bloody clash between supporters of the two parties. And 14 people were injured. Police gave this information on Thursday.

According to the information received, a clash took place between supporters of Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) outside the office of the Returning Officer in Hub, the industrial city bordering Karachi. In the election held on 8 February, BAP’s Muhammad Saleh Bhutani claimed victory after unofficial results were declared, but PPP’s Ali Hassan Zahari demanded a recount.

Election Commission had ordered recounting

After this, the Election Commission of Pakistan ordered recounting of votes. Hub Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Manzoor Ahmed Buledi told reporters, “A clash broke out during the recount on Wednesday and a fight broke out between supporters of the two candidates.” Two people died and 14 others were injured.

PPP supporters made a big claim, said this was a conspiracy

PPP supporters claimed that it was a conspiracy to delay the declaration of results. A doctor at Jam Ghulam Qadir Memorial Hospital said the injured and the two killed had suffered multiple bullet injuries. Buledi said that Frontier Corps was called to control the situation. There has been unrest in Balochistan province since the general elections held last week.

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