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Amir Dogar defeats Javed Hashmi in Multan by-election

17 October, 2014

MULTAN: Independent candidate from Multan constituency NA-149 Amir Dogar with backing of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Thursday defeated former PTI president Javed Hashmi in a supposedly decisive and historic power battle.

As per unofficial and inconclusive results, Dogar locked in his win by a difference of more than 11,000 votes.

As per the unofficial and inconclusive results, Dogar led the race with 58,142 votes while Javed Hashmi was in the second p ... read more

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