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Sadiq Khan of Pakistani descent was elected Mayor of London for the third time

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London: Sadiq Khan of Pakistani origin has been elected Mayor of London for the third time. The leader of the British Labor Party, Sadiq Khan of Pakistani descent, was elected Mayor of London for the third time in a row.

According to the report, according to the data coming from different places, Sadiq Khan has defeated his opponent Susan Hall.

According to British media reports, Sadiq Khan won 43% and Susan Hall 33% of the votes There was a tough competition between Sadiq Khan from the Labor Party and Susan Hall from the Conservative Party for the election of mayor in London, in which Sadiq won Khan 43% and Susan Hall won 33 percent of the votes.
Sadiq Khan was first elected Mayor of London in 2016, in 2016, Sadiq Khan defeated Conservative candidate Zach Goldsmith Before becoming mayor, Sadiq Khan served as an MP between 2005 and 2016.
The development comes as Prime Minister Rishi Sonak suffered a crushing defeat on the first day of council election results as he anxiously awaits the results of mayoral elections in the capital and the west midlands.
Full results for 102 out of 107 councils were announced yesterday, with the Conservative Party losing more than 400 councillors, while its position in 10 councils was significantly weakened.

South Yorkshire and Liverpool voted for a Labor mayoral candidate, while in the west midlands Rishi Sonak’s victory over Tory candidate Andy Street could help prevent the prime minister’s opposition to the key leadership post.

Sadiq Khan also introduced the controversial Zone of Change plan to improve London’s air quality. He was among those who spoke out against the atrocities on Palestinians in Gaza.

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