Pakistan General Elections: Independent candidate commits suicide; polls in two constituencies postponed
An independent candidate contesting in Pakistan's 25 July polls to Parliament and the provincial assembly from the Punjab province has reportedly committed suicide over a dispute with his sons, a media report said on Saturday.
Lahore: An independent candidate contesting in Pakistan's 25 July polls to Parliament and the provincial assembly from the Punjab province has reportedly committed suicide over a dispute with his sons, a media report said on Saturday.
Mirza Mohammad Ahmed Mughal was contesting from NA-103 and PP-103 constituencies in Faisalabad as an independent candidate.
He reportedly shot himself dead after some dispute with his sons, Geo News reported.
The body of Mughal was recovered from a graveyard. He was contesting the polls on the electoral symbol of pickup truck.
Following the death, the Election Commission of Pakistan has postponed the polls in both the constituencies, the report said.
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