Murad Ali Shah elected as CM Sindh for third time

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Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Murad Ali Shah has been elected as the chief minister of Sindh for the third consecutive time .

Murad Ali Shah previously served as the chief executive of Sindh from 2016 to 2018 and then again from 2018 to 2023.

A total of 148 members of the provincial assembly took part in the electoral process, with Murad securing 112 votes to become the 25th chief minister of Sindh.

MQM-P leader Abdul Waseem congratulated Murad Ali Shah on becoming CM Sindh.

“We all need to respect the elected members and resolve the problems. I hope Murad Ali Shah will live up to people’s expectations,” he said.

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