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Monday, December 18, 2023

How the Parties and Candidates are Gearing Up for the 2023 General Elections in Sukkur District

     Sukkur is a district and a division of Sindh province, Pakistan. It is the third largest city in Sindh and the 14th largest in Pakistan. Sukkur is located on the east bank of the Indus River, across from Rohri, another major city in the district. Sukkur has a population of about 1.4 million, according to the 2017 census. The main languages spoken in Sukkur are Sindhi, Urdu, Punjabi, and Saraiki. Sukkur is known for its historical and cultural heritage, as well as its economic and political significance.

Sukkur district is divided into four tehsils or sub-districts: Sukkur, Rohri, Salehpat, and Pano Aqil. The district has 26 union councils, of which 14 are in Sukkur city and 12 are in rural areas. Sukkur district has two National Assembly seats (NA-198 and NA-199) and four Provincial Assembly seats (PS-1, PS-2, PS-3, and PS-4). The district is considered a stronghold of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), which has won most of the elections in Sukkur since the 1970s.

     The next general elections in Pakistan are scheduled to be held in 2023, in which the voters of Sukkur district will elect their representatives for the National and Provincial Assemblies. The elections will be conducted by the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), which is an independent constitutional body responsible for organizing and conducting free and fair elections in the country. The elections will be held under the first-past-the-post system, in which the candidate with the most votes in each constituency wins the seat.

     The main political parties that are expected to contest the elections in Sukkur district are the PPP, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), and the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA). The PPP is the ruling party in Sindh province and the main opposition party in the federal government. The PPP has a loyal vote bank in Sukkur district, especially among the Sindhi-speaking population. The PPP is led by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the son of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and former President Asif Ali Zardari.

     The PTI is the ruling party in the federal government and the main opposition party in Sindh province. The PTI has a strong support base in urban areas, especially among the youth and the middle class. The PTI is led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, a former cricketer and philanthropist. The PTI aims to bring about a change in the political system and end corruption and nepotism.

     The MQM is a regional party that represents the Urdu-speaking population, mainly in Karachi and Hyderabad. The MQM has a significant presence in Sukkur city, where it has won one Provincial Assembly seat (PS-1) in the 2018 elections. The MQM is led by Dr. Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, a former federal minister and a technocrat. The MQM advocates for the rights and interests of the urban dwellers and the middle class.

     The GDA is a coalition of several smaller parties, mainly in rural Sindh. The GDA includes the Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F), the National Peoples Party (NPP), the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), and some independent candidates. The GDA is led by Pir Pagara, the spiritual leader of the Hur Jamaat and the head of the PML-F. The GDA challenges the PPP's dominance in rural Sindh and claims to represent the true aspirations of the Sindhi people.

     The election campaign in Sukkur district is expected to be intense and competitive, as the parties will try to woo the voters with their manifestos, slogans, rallies, and advertisements. The main issues that are likely to dominate the election discourse are the development and infrastructure of the district, the provision of basic services and amenities, the law and order and security situation, the corruption and accountability of the politicians, and the provincial and national policies and interests. The voters of Sukkur district will have to make an informed and rational choice, based on their preferences and expectations, and the performance and credibility of the candidates and parties.

     The election results in Sukkur district will have an impact on the political landscape of Sindh province and Pakistan as a whole. The results will reflect the public opinion and sentiment of the people of Sukkur district, and their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with the current government and opposition. The results will also determine the strength and representation of the parties in the National and Provincial Assemblies, and their influence and bargaining power in the formation of the government and the policy-making process. The results will also indicate the trends and patterns of the electoral behavior and dynamics of the voters of Sukkur district, and their similarities and differences with the voters of other districts and regions of the country.


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PS Sindh Election: A Battle for Karachi and Rural Sindh

    The provincial assembly election in Sindh, scheduled for July 25, 2023, is expected to be a fierce contest between the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), the resurgent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), and the fractured Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM). The election will also determine the fate of the newly formed PS Sindh Electric, a provincial power regulatory authority that aims to improve energy equity and eliminate energy poverty in the province.

PPP’s stronghold in rural Sindh

The PPP has been ruling Sindh since 2008, and enjoys a strong support base in the rural areas of the province, especially in the districts of Larkana, Dadu, Jamshoro, Thatta, Badin, and Sanghar. The party has 98 seats in the 168-member Sindh Assembly, and is confident of retaining its majority in the upcoming election. The party’s chief minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah, has been praised for his development projects and his handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the province. The PPP also claims to have empowered the local governments and improved the delivery of public services in Sindh.

However, the PPP also faces several challenges, such as allegations of corruption, nepotism, and misgovernance. The party has been accused of neglecting the urban areas of the province, especially Karachi, the largest and most populous city of Pakistan. The PPP also faces a strong opposition from the PTI, which has emerged as the second largest party in Sindh, with 30 seats in the assembly. The PTI has been campaigning aggressively in the province, highlighting the issues of water scarcity, load shedding, garbage disposal, and law and order. The PTI’s leader, Imran Khan, has also promised to grant more autonomy and funds to the provincial government, if his party wins the election.

MQM’s decline in urban Sindh

The MQM, once the dominant party in the urban areas of Sindh, especially Karachi and Hyderabad, has seen a steep decline in its popularity and influence in the recent years. The party has been marred by internal rifts, defections, and factionalism, following the controversial speech of its founder and leader, Altaf Hussain, in August 2016. The party split into two factions, MQM-Pakistan and MQM-London, with the former led by Farooq Sattar, and the latter by Hussain. The MQM-Pakistan further split into MQM-PIB and MQM-Bahadurabad, over the issue of Senate tickets in 2018. The MQM has also lost many of its supporters and workers to the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP), a new political party formed by Mustafa Kamal, a former MQM leader and mayor of Karachi, in 2016.

The MQM currently has 21 seats in the Sindh Assembly, down from 51 in 2013. The party faces a tough challenge from the PTI, which has gained popularity in the urban areas of Sindh, especially among the youth and the educated class. The PTI has also formed alliances with some smaller parties, such as the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) and the Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP), to challenge the MQM’s stronghold in the urban constituencies. The MQM, on the other hand, has been trying to revive its appeal among the Muhajir community, a term used for the Urdu-speaking migrants who settled in Sindh after the partition of India in 1947. The MQM has also been demanding more representation and rights for the Muhajirs, who constitute about 20% of the population of Sindh.

PS Sindh Electric: A game changer?

One of the key issues that may influence the outcome of the PS Sindh election is the establishment of PS Sindh Electric, a provincial power regulatory authority that aims to regulate the generation, transmission, distribution, and tariff of electric power services within the province. The Sindh cabinet approved the formation of PS Sindh Electric in April 2023, after the Sindh Assembly passed a bill for the same in June 2022. PS Sindh Electric is expected to improve the energy situation in the province, which suffers from chronic load shedding, power theft, and high electricity bills. PS Sindh Electric also plans to utilize the renewable and indigenous resources of the province, such as coal, solar, and wind, to generate cheap and clean electricity.

However, PS Sindh Electric also faces several hurdles, such as legal challenges, political opposition, and technical difficulties. The federal government has challenged the legality of PS Sindh Electric, arguing that it violates the constitution and encroaches upon the domain of the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA), the federal power regulator. The PTI and the MQM have also opposed the creation of PS Sindh Electric, alleging that it is a ploy by the PPP to monopolize the power sector and exploit the consumers. Moreover, PS Sindh Electric also faces the challenge of building the infrastructure and capacity to generate and distribute electricity in the province, which requires huge investments and expertise.


The PS Sindh election is a crucial test for the political parties and the people of Sindh, as it will determine the future direction and development of the province. The election will also reflect the changing dynamics and preferences of the voters, who are faced with multiple issues and choices. The PPP, the PTI, and the MQM are the main contenders in the election, but they also have to contend with the smaller parties, the independent candidates, and the new entrants, such as PS Sindh Electric. The election will also have implications for the national politics and the federal-provincial relations, as Sindh is the second largest and the most diverse province of Pakistan.

2023 Election 

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پی ، ایس ۔ 84 ملیر کراچی ۔

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