Salute to services & struggle of Jahangir Badar, symbol of courage & commitment, an inspiration, a true democratic leader.Jahangir Badar,pic.twitter.com/hawMxaISoF
Congratulations @SardarMBuxMahar , this is a well deserved victory. Your hard work paid off. Congratulations @BBhuttoZardari
SMBB, introducing two friends to each other.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari & Sardar Muhammad Bux Mahar !
Now they both will be together & next to each other in National Assembly! What a moment for both friends. Congratulations @SardarMahar3 and @BBhuttoZardaripic.twitter.com/90cAMltyO7
Yeh hota hai leader aur ruler mein farq. #SelectedRulerhttps://twitter.com/bbhuttozardari/status/1153590459765329920 …
Good luck #PPP candidate @SardarMBuxMahar @SardarMahar3 . Inshallah Jeet #Teer Ka. Appeal to my brothers & sisters in Ghotki; come out & vote for a candidate who can stand up to Selected govt. No matter results Im proud of the campaign that has changed Ghotki politics forever.pic.twitter.com/pIG9fmQjba
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