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Peshawar: The people of the NA-22 seat in the National Assembly in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa’s Mardoni district declared the winner even before the election.
Mardan National Assembly NA-22 is likely to be a tight contest between Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf candidate Atif Khan and Awami National Party candidate Amir Haider Hoti.
Awami National Party candidate Amir Haider Hoti became the youngest Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after winning the provincial assembly seat in 2008 and during his tenure the border was renamed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
In 2018, Atif Khan was defeated for the National Assembly seat by 200 votes and Amir Haidar Hoti was declared successful. Amir Haider Hoti, the candidate of Awami National Party and Atif Khan, the candidate of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf are contesting for the upcoming elections.
People said that Imran Khan does whatever he says, he does not lie, he is honest, while the current government has heated up the inflationary market. The current government has imposed mountains of oppression on the people, and today people think ten times to buy flour.
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Voters of Atif Khan said that Imran Khan has provided facilities like Health Card for the people of Pakistan, due to which people are getting treatment in good hospitals.
People say about Amir Haidar Hoti that he has done a lot in the constituency, but Atif Khan has done very little compared to him. Amir Haidar Hoti thinks for the people of his constituency and when he succeeds, development works take place in the constituency.
The people of this district considered Imran Khan responsible for inflation and said that this time the vote will be in favor of the Muslim League-N.
In the Hum News poll, the majority of public opinion was for Amir Haider and Atif Khan, while supporters of other parties were less visible. During this time, most people were dissatisfied with the politicians and said that none of us have done better, so they will not vote for anyone this time.