KARACHI: Five political parties have agreed over seat adjustment on the national and provincial assemblies’ seats in Sindh, citing sources ARY News reported on Thursday.
According to sources, PML-N’s Bashir Memon will contest against People’s Party’s Makhdoom Jameel-uz-Zaman from NA-216 (Matiari) while PML-N’s Asghar Shah will contest from NA-205 (Naushehro Feroze-I).
JUI’s Allama Rashid Soomro will challenge Bilawal Bhutto in National Assembly constituency from Larkana, sources shared.
JUI candidates will also contest from Ghotki district’s PS-18, Kashmore and Shikarpur’s seats.
Meanwhile, PML-N candidates will contest from PS-5 and PS-6 in Kashmore and PS-9 Shikarpur.
Sources said that the allied parties likely to support PML-N candidates at Karachi’s NA-229, NA-230 and NA-231. All allied parties will support Irfanullah Marwat of GDA at PS-105.
A JUI candidate or former MNA Abdul Shakoor Shad, who is contesting election as an independent could be a joint candidate of the coalition to challenge People’s Party’s Nabeel Gabol from NA-239 Lyari.
Moreover, the PML-N wants to give ticket to Awais Noorani from NA-232. PML-N’s Tanveer Jadoon likely to become joint candidate from PS-107.
Awami National Party (ANP) will also contest on a provincial seat from Karachi with the support from other parties of the alliance.
The coalition parties also considering over backing Nasir Mehmood of JUI from Lyari’s provincial constituency PS-106. Another JUI candidate likely to be fielded from PS-111 and PS-114 from Keamari district.
A PML-N candidate could contest from NA-211 Mirpur Khas with support of other allied parties, sources said.
Meanwhile, JUI and PML-N candidates will likely to be nominated on most seats of Shikarpur, Kashmore and Jacobabad districts.