Amir Khan takes back decision for not contesting Senate elections

KARACHI: (HRNW) The Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) leader Amir Khan has taken back its decision for not contesting the upcoming Senate elections.

MQM-P’s Amir Khan has decided to take part in the forthcoming Senate elections after withdrawing its previous decision for not participating in the run for the Upper House’s seat. The politician decided for contesting the polls on the last day of filing nomination papers by the election commission.

Amir Khan said in a statement that he has decided to submit his nomination papers after being insisted on by the party members. He added that Rabita Committee will take the final decision for the issuance of the party tickets.


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