PTI bags six seats in Cantonment Board polls

Our Correspondent
Tuesday, Sep 14, 2021

GUJRANWALA: The PTI has won six seats out of ten in cantonment board elections while PML-N and independent candidates got two seats each.

According to unofficial results in ward No 1, PTI candidate Qamar Ali Cheema stood first with 2,431 votes, in ward No 2, PTI candidate Nasir Hussain won with 1,227 votes, in ward No 3, independent candidate Irfan Chand Butt defeated his opponents by grabbing 1,368 votes, in ward No 4, Ghulam Moha-ud-Din of PTI was declared successful with 1,727 votes, in ward No.5 independent candidate Kashif Hafeez won with 1,411 votes, in ward No 6, PTI candidate Sajid Ikram stood first with 1,038 votes, in ward No 7, Nisar Ahmad of PTI defeated his opponents by grabbing 1,289 votes, in ward No. 8 PML-N candidate Kamran Malik declared successful with 702 votes, in ward No 9, PML-N candidate Abdul Majeed won with 348 votes while in ward No10 Ghulam Muhayu Din of PTI has won with 607 votes.

PROFITEERS: Commissioner Zulifqar Ahmad said an indiscriminate action would be initiated against hoarders and profiteers. He asked price control magistrates to ensure consumers rights, besides imposing fines, those whom involved in overcharging. The commissioner directed the price magistrates to increase their performance by controlling the price hikes in the markets. The commissioner was briefed that 58,603 profiteers have been imposed fine to the tune of Rs100 million during the current year amd 1,773 FIRs were registered and 673 people were arrested for violation of price control lists.