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PPP newly-elected MPA Abdul Aziz Junejo passes away

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February 13, 2024 11:00 AM


PPP newly-elected MPA Abdul Aziz Junejo passes away

Abdul Aziz Jenejo

Pakistan Peoples Party’s (PPP) newly-elected member of Sindh Assembly Abdul Aziz Junejo passed away in Khairpur Nathan Shah on Tuesday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Abdul Aziz Junejo was has been under treatment for a long time.

The funeral prayers of Abdul Aziz Junejo will be offered at his native village of Khanpur Junejo today.

Abdul Aziz Junejo won his provincial assembly seat from PS-80 Dadu by getting 35,549 votes while his rival from GDA Karim Jatoi had secured 24,946 votes.

 

Reporter: Fiyaz Jaffery


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