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Constituency-wise List of MNAs

 

General Seats-North-West Frontier Province

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

1

NA-1, Peshawar-I

Shabir Ahmad Khan

2

NA-2, Peshawar-II

Maulana Rehmatullah Khalil

3

NA-3, Peshawar-III

Qari Fayaz-ur- Rehman Alvi

4

NA-4, Peshawar-IV

Sabir Hussain Awan

5

NA-5, Nowshera-I

Qazi Hussain Ahmad

6

NA-6, Nowshera-II

Maulana Hamid-ul-Haq Haqanni

7

NA-7, Charsadda-I

Maulana Muhammad Gohar Shah

8

NA-8, Charsadda-II

Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao

9

NA-9, Mardan-I

Maulana Shuja-ul-Mulk

10

NA-10, Mardan-II

Maulana Muhammad Qasim

11

NA-11, Mardan-Ill

Maulana Atta-ur-Rehman, Dr

12

NA-12, Swabi-I

Muhammad Usman, Advocate

13

NA-13, Swabi-Il

Maulana Khalil Ahmed

14

NA-14, Kohat

Mufti Ibrar Sultan

15

NA-15, Karak

Maulana Shah Abdul Aziz

16

NA-16, Hangu

Akhunzada Muhammad Sadiq

17

NA-17, Abbottabad-I

Amanullah Khan Jadoon

18

NA-18,

Abbottabad-II

Sardar Muhammad Yaqub

Deputy Speaker, National Assembly

19

NA-19, Haripur

Omar Ayub Khan

20

NA-20, Mansehra-I

Sardar Shah Jehan Yousaf

21

NA-21, Mansehra-II

Maulana Abdul Malik

22

NA-22, Battagram

Maulana Qari Muhammad Yousaf

23

NA-23, Kohistan

Maulana Abdul Haleem

24

NA-24, D.I.Khan

Maulana Fazal-ur-Rehman

25

NA-25, D.I.Khan-cum-Tank

Maulana Attaur Rehman

26

NA-26, Bannu

Maulana Syed Nasib Ali Shah

27

NA-27, Lakki Marwat

Maulana Amanullah Khan

28

NA-28, Bunair

Sher Akbar Khan

29

NA-29, Swat-I

Qari Abdul Baees Siddiqui

30

NA-30, Swat-II

Fazle Subhan

31

NA-31, Shangla

Amir Muqam, Engr.

32

NA-32, Chitral

Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali

33

NA-33, Upper Dir

Maulana Asadullah

34

NA-34, Lower Dir

Ahmad Ghafoor

35

NA-35, Malakand

Muhammad Inayatur Rahman

 

General Seats - Federally Administered Tribal Areas – FATA

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

36

NA-36, Tribal Area-I

Maulana Ghulam Muhammad Sadiq

37

NA-37, Tribal Area-II

Sayed Javed Hussain, Dr.

38

NA-38, Tribal Area-III

Munir Khan Orakzai

39

NA-39, Tribal Area-IV

G. G. Jamal, Dr.

40

NA-40, Tribal Area-V

Maulana Syed Naik Mohammad

41

NA-41, Tribal Area-VI

Maulana Abdul Malik

42

NA-42, Tribal Area-VII

Maulana Merajudin

43

NA-43, Tribal Area-VIII

Maulvi Muhammad Sadiq

44

NA-44, Tribal Area-IX

Sahibzada Haroon-u-Rashid

45

NA-45, Tribal Area-X

Noor-ul-Haq Qadri

46

NA-46, Tribal Area-XI

Maulana Haji Khalil-ur-Rehman

47

NA-47, Tribal Area-XII

Naseem Afridi, Dr.

 

General Seats - Federal Capital, Islamabad

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

48

NA-48, Islamabad-I

Mian Mohammad Aslam

49

NA-49, Islamabad-11

Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari

 

General Seats – Punjab

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

50

NA-50, Rawalpindi-I

Ghulam Murtaza Satti

51

NA-51, Rawalpindi-Il

Raja Pervez Ashraf

52

NA-52, Rawalpindi-III

Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan

53

NA-53, Rawalpindi-IV

Ghulam Sarwar Khan

54

NA-54, Rawalpindi-V

Zamurd Khan

55

NA-55, Rawalpindi-VI

Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad

56

NA-56, Rawalpindi-VII

Muhammad Hanif Abbasi

57

NA-57, Attock-I

Malik Amin Aslam Khan

58

NA-58, Attock-II

Malik Allah Yar Khan

59

NA-59, Attock-III

Eman Wasim

60

NA-60, Chakwal-I

Tahir lqbal Maj. (R)

61

NA-61, Chakwal-II

Muhammad Faez Tamman

62

NA-62,  Jhelum-I

Chaudhry Shahbaz Hussain

63

NA-63, Jhelum-II

Raja Muhammad Asad Khan

64

NA-64, Sargodha-l

Inam ul Haq Piracha

65

NA-65, Sargodha-II

Chaudhry Ghias Ahmed Mela

66

NA-66, Sargodha-III

Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi

67

NA-67, Sargodha-IV

Chaudry Anwar Ali Cheema

68

NA-68, Sargodha-V

Mazhar Ahmed Qureshi

69

NA-69, Khushab-I

Sumaira Malik

70

NA-70, Khushab-II

Malik Muhammad Saifullah Tiwana

71

NA-71, Mianwali-I

Imran Khan

72

NA-72, Mianwali-Il

Sher Afgan Khan Niazi, Dr.

73

NA-73, Bhakkar-I

Muhammad Sanaullah Khan Masti Khail

74

NA-74, Bhakkar-II

Rashid Akbar Khan

75

NA-75, Faisalabad-I

Ghulam Rasool Sahi, Lt. Col.(R)

76

NA-76, Faisalabad-II

Mohammad Wasi Zafar

77

NA-77, Faisalabad-III

Chaudhry Muhammad Asim Nazir

78

NA-78, Faisalabad-IV

Rajab Ali Khan

79

NA-79, Faisalabad-V

Chaudhry Safdar Shakir

80

NA-80, Faisalabad-VI

Rana Asif Tauseef

81

NA-81, Faisalabad-VII

Nisar Ahmed, Dr.

82

NA-82, Faisalabad-VIII

Sahibzada Haji Muhammad Fazal Karim

83

NA-83, Faisalabad-IX

Mushtaq Ali Cheema

84

NA-84, Faisalabad-X

Chaudhry Abid Sher Ali

85

NA-85, Faisalabad-XI

Raja Nadir Pervaiz Khan

86

NA-86, Jhang-I

Muhammad Tahir Shah

87

NA-87, Jhang-II

Ghulam Bibi

88

NA-88, Jhang-III

Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat

89

NA-89, Jhang-IV

Vacant

90

NA-90, Jhang-V

Saima Akhtar Bharwana

91

NA-91, Jhang-VI

Sahibzada Mehboob Sultan

92

NA-92, T.T. Singh-I

Amjad Ali Warraich

93

NA-93, T.T.Singh-II

Mian Muhammad Farhan Latif

94

NA-94, TTSingh-III

Riaz Fatyana

95

NA-95, Gujranwala-I

Chaudhry Imran Ullah

96

NA-96, Gujranwala-II

Qazi Hameed ullah Khan

97

NA-97, Gujranwala-III

Shahid Akram Bhinder

98

NA-98, Gujranwala-IV

Imtiaz Safdar Waraich

99

NA-99, Gujranwala-V

Rana Omar Nazir Ahmed

100

NA-100, Gujranwala-VI

Chaudhry Bilal Ijaz

101

NA-101, Gujranwala-VII

Hamid Nasir Chattha

102

NA-102, Hafizabad-l

Chaudhry Mehdi Hassan Bhatti

103

NA-103, Hafizabad-II

Chaudhry Liaqat Abass Bhatti

104

NA-104, Gujrat-I

Chaudhry Wajahat Hussain

105

NA-105, Gujrat-I

Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain

106

NA-106, Gujrat-III

Qamar Zaman Kaira

107

NA-107, Gujrat-IV

Rehman Naseer Chaudhry

108

NA-108, M.B.Din-I

Ijaz Ahmad Chaudhry

109

NA-109, M.B.Din-II

Zulfiqar Ali Gondal

110

NA-110, Sialkot-I

Khawaja M. Asif

111

NA-111, Sialkot-11

Chaudhry Amir Hussain

Speaker, National Assembly

112

NA-112, Sialkot-III

Umer Ahmed Ghuman

113

NA-113, Sialkot-IV

Ali Asjad Malhi

114

NA-114, Sialkot-V

Zahid Hamid Khan

115

NA-115, Narowal-I

Mohammad Nasir Khan

116

NA-116, Norowal-II

Danial Aziz Chaudhry

117

NA-117, Norowal-III

Riffat Javaid Kahlon

118

NA-118, Lahore-I

Hafiz Salman Butt

119

NA-119, Lahore-II

Khawaja Saad Rafique

120

NA-120, Lahore-III

Mohammad Pervaiz Malik

121

NA-121, Lahore-IV

Farid Ahmad Piracha, Dr.

122

NA-122, Lahore-V

Sardar Ayaz Sadiq

123

NA-123, Lahore-VI

Makhdoom Javed Hashmi

124

NA-124, Lahore-VII

Aitzaz Ahsan

125

NA-125, Lahore-VIII

Humayun Akhtar Khan

126

NA-126, Lahore-IX

Liagat Bloch

127

NA-127, Lahore-X

Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri, Dr.

128

NA-128, Lahore-XI

Malik Zaheer Abbas Khokhar

129

NA-129, Lahore-XII

Habibullah Warraich, Major(R)

130

NA-130, Lahore-XIlI

Samina Khalid Ghurki

131

NA-131, Sheikhupura-I

Zulfiqar Ahmad Dhillon, Brig. (R)

132

NA-132, Sheikhupura-II

Sahibzada Mian Jalil Ahmed Sharaqpuri

133

NA-133, Sheikhupura-III

Chaudhry Saeed Virk

134

NA-134, Sheikhupura-IV

Khurram Munawar Manj

135

NA-135, Sheikhupura-V

Mian Shamim Haider

136

NA-136, Sheikhupura-VI

Bilal Ahmed Virk

137

NA-137, Sheikhupura-VII

Rai Mansab Ali Khan

138

NA-138, Kasur-I

Sardar Tufail Ahmad Khan

139

NA-139, Kasur-II

Chaudhry Manzoor Ahmed

140

NA-140, Kasur-Ill

Mian Khursheed Mahmud Kasuri

141

NA-141, Kasur-IV

Sardar Muhammad Asif Nakai

142

NA-142, Kasur-V

Sardar Talib Hassan Nakai

123

NA-143, Okara-l

Rai M. Aslam Kharal

144

NA-144, Okara-I I

Rao Sikandar lqbal

145

NA-145, Okara-III

Syed Gulzar Sabtain

146

NA-146, Okara-IV

Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan

147

NA-147, Okara-V

Rubina Shaheen Wattoo

148

NA-148, Multan-I

Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi

149

NA-149, Multan-II

Malik Liaquat Ali Dogar

150

NA-150, Multan-III

Rana Mahmood-ul-Hassan

151

NA-151, Multan-IV

Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan

152

NA-152, Multan-V

Makhdoomzada Syed Asad Murtaza Gillani

153

NA-153, Multan-VI

Makhdoom Diwan Syed Jaffar Hussain Bukhari

154

NA-154, Lodhran-I

Nawab Aman Ullah Khan

155

NA-155, Lodhran-II

Mohammad Akhtar Khan Kanju

156

NA-156, Khanewal-I

Muhammad Raza Hayat Harraj

157

NA-157, Khanewal-II

Hamid Yar Hiraj

158

NA-158, Khanewal-III

Pir M. Aslam Bodla

159

NA-159, Khanewal-IV

Malik Ghulam Murtaza Maitla

160

NA-160, Sahiwal-I

Chaudhry Nouraiz Shakoor Khan

161

NA-161, Sahiwal-II

Rana Tariq Javed

162

NA-162, Sahiwal-Ill

Rai Azizullah khan

163

NA-163, Sahiwal-IV

Saeed Ahmad Chaudhary

164

NA-164, Pakpattan-I

Pir Mohammad Shah Khagga

165

NA-165, Pakpattan-II

Ahmad Raza Maneka

166

NA-166, Pakpattan-I I I

Junaid Mumtaz Joya, Dr.

167

NA-167, Vehari-I

Chaudhry Nazir Ahmed Jatt

168

NA-168, Vehari-II

Ishaq Khan Khakwani

169

NA-169, Vehari-III

Aftab Ahmed Khan Khichi

170

NA-170, Vehari-IV

Azhar Ahmed Khan Yousaf Zai

171

NA-171, D.G.Khan-l

Khawaja Sheraz Mehmood

172

NA-172, D.G.Khan-II

Sardar Farooq Ahmad Khan Leghari

173

NA-173, D.G.Khan-III

Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari

174

NA-174, Rajanpur-I

Sardar Muhammad Jaffar Khan Leghari

175

NA-175, Rajanpur-II

Sardar Nasrullah Khan Dareshak

176

NA-176, Muzaffargarh-I

Khalida Mohsin Qureshi

177

NA-177, Muzaffargarh-II

Hina Rabbani Khar

178

NA-178, Muzaffargarh-III

Muhammad Shahid Jamil Qureshi, Engr.

179

NA-179, Muzaffargarh-IV

Makhdoomzada Basit Bukhari

180

NA-180, Muzaffargarh-V

Abdul Qayyum Khan Jatoi

181

NA-181, Layyah-I

Sardar Bahadur Ahmed Khan

182

NA-182, Layyah-II

Malik Niaz Ahmad Jakhar

183

NA-183, Bahawalpur-l

Syed Ali Hassan Gillani

184

NA-184, Bahawalpur-II

Sardar Malik Aamir Yar Waran

185

NA-185, Bahawalpur-III

Muhammad Farooq Azam Malik

186

NA-186, Bahawalpur-IV

Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada

187

NA-187, Bahawalpur-V

Syed Tasneem Nawaz

188

NA-188, Bahawalnagar-I

Syed Mohammad Asghar Shah

189

NA-189, Bahawalnagar-II

Mumtaz Ahmed Matiyana

190

NA-190, Bahawalnagar-III

Abdul Sattar Laleka

191

NA-191, Bahawalnagar-IV

Muhammad Ijaz-ul-Haq

192

NA-192, R.YKhan-I

Makhdoom Syed Ahmad Alam Anwar

193

NA-193, R.YKhan-II

Tanveer Hussain Syed

194

NA-194, R.YKhan-III

Makhdum Khusro Bakhtyar

195

NA-195, R.YKhan-IV

Jahangir Khan Tareen

196

NA-196, R.YKhan-V

Chaudhry Zafar Ali Igbal Waraich

197

NA-197, R.YKhan-VI

Rais Munir Ahmed

 

General Seats – Sindh

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

198

NA-198, Sukkur-I

Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah

199

NA-199, Sukkur-II

Abdul Mujeeb Pirzada

200

NA-200, Ghotki-I

Sardar Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund

201

NA-201, Ghotki-II

Ali Nawaz Khan Mahar

202

NA-202, Shikarpur-I

Muhammad Ibrahim Jatoi

203

NA-203, Shikarpur-II

Ghous Bux Khan Mahar

204

NA-204, Larkana-I

Mohammad Anwar Bhutto

205

NA-205, Larkana-II

Hizbullah Bughio

206

NA-206, Larkana-III

Khalid Igbal Memon

207

NA-207, Larkana-IV

Shahid Hussain Bhutto

208

NA-208, Jacobabad-I

Meer Aijaz Khan Jakhrani

209

NA-209, Jacobabad-II

Mir Hazar Khan Bijrani

210

NA-210, Jacobabad-III

Sardar Saleem Jan Mazari

211

NA-211, Naushero Feroze-I

Abdul Ghaffar Khan Jatoi, Dr.

212

NA-212, Naushero Feroze-II

Syed Zafar Ali Shah

213

NA-213, Nawabshah-I

Azra Fazal Pechuho, Dr.

214

NA-214, Nawabshah-II

Syed Ghulam Mustafa Shah

215

NA-215, Khairpur-I

Manzoor Hussain Wasan

216

NA-216, Khairpur-II

Syed Javaid Ali Shah

217

NA-217, Khairpur-III

Pir Syed Fazal Ali Shah Jillani

218

NA-218, Hyderabad-I

Makhdoom Muhammad Amin Fahim

219

NA-219, Hyderabad-II

Khalid Wahab, Prof.

220

NA-220, Hyderabad-III

Sahibzada Abul Khair Mohammad Zubair

221

NA-221, Hyderabad-IV

Amir Ali Shah Jamot

222

NA-222, Hyderabad-V

Syed Naveed Qamar

223

NA-223, Hyderabad-VI

Shamshad Sattar

224

NA-224, Badin-I

Ghulam Ali Nizamani

225

NA-225, Badin-II

Fehmida Mirza, Dr.

226

NA-226, Mirpurkhas-I

Pir Aftab Hussain Gillani

227

NA-227, Mirpurkhas-II

Syed Qurban Ali Shah

228

NA-228, Mirpurkhas-III

Nawab Yousaf Talpur

229

NA-229, Tharparkar-I

Arbab Zakaullah

230

NA-230, Tharparkar-II

Ghulam Haider, Dr.

231

NA-231,  Dadu-I

Nawab Abdul Ghani Talpur

232

NA-232, Dadu-II

Rafiq Ahmed Jamali

233

NA-233, Dadu-III

Liaqat Ali Jatoi

234

NA-234, Sanghar-I

Haji Khuda Buksh Nizamani

235

NA-235, Sanghar-II

Kazi Abdul Qudoos Rajar

236

NA-236, Sanghar-III

Muhammad Khan Junejo

237

NA-237, Thatta-I

Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sherazi

238

NA-238, Thatta-II

Muhammad Ali Malkani

239

NA-239, Karachi-I

Hakim Qari Gul Rahman

240

NA-240, Karachi-II

Sarkarudin Advocate

241

NA-241, Karachi-III

Muhammad Laeeque Khan

242

NA-242, Karachi-IV

Abdul Kadir Khanzada, Dr.

243

NA-243, Karachi-V

Sultan Ahmed Khan

244

NA-244, Karachi-VI

Syed Haider Abbas Rizvi

245

NA-245, Karachi-VII

Kunwar Khalid Yunus

246

NA-246, Karachi-VIII

Haji Azizullah Brohi

247

NA-247, Karachi-IX

Israr-ul-Ebad Khan

248

NA-248, Karachi-X

Nabil Ahmed Gabol

249

NA-249, Karachi-XI

Aamer Liaquat Hussain, Dr.

250

NA-250, Karachi-XII

Abdus Sattar Afghani

251

NA-251, Karachi-XIII

Syed Safwanullah

252

NA-252, Karachi-XIV

Muhammed Husain Mehanti

253

NA-253, Karachi-XV

Asadullah Bhutto

254

NA-254, Karachi-XVI

Nawab Mirza, Advocate

255

NA-255, Karachi-XVII

Muhammad Farooq Sattar

256

NA-256, Karachi-XVIII

Igbal M. Ali Khan

257

NA-257, Karachi-XIX

Muhammad Shamim Siddiqui

258

NA-258, Karachi-XX

Sher Muhammad Baloch

 

General Seats - Balochistan

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

259

NA-259, Quetta

Molvi Noor Muhammad

260

NA-260,Quetta-cum­ Chagai-cum-Mastung

Hafiz Hussain Ahmed

261

NA-261, Pishin-cum-Ziarat

Haji Gul Muhammad Dummar

262

NA-262, Killa Abdullah

Mahmood Khan Achakzai

263

NA-263, Loralai

Sardar Muhammad Yaqoob Khan Nasir

264

NA-264,Zhob-cum-KiIIa-Sherani Sa

Maulana Mohammad Khan Sherani

265

NA-265,Sibi-cum­- Kolhu-cum-Dera Bugti

Mir G. Haider Bugti

266

NA-266, Nasirabad

Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali

Prime Minister of Pakistan

267

NA-267, Kachhi

Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind

268

NA-268,Kalat-cum-Mastung Haidri

Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haidery

269

NA-269, Khuzdar

Abdul Rauf Mengal

270

NA-270,Awaran-cum­- Lasbella

Alsyed Abdul Qadir Algillani

271

NA-271,Kharan-cum­- Panjgur

Molvi Rehmatullah

272

NA-272,Kech-cum­- Gwadar

Zobaida Jalal

 

Reserved Seats for Women – Punjab

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

273

NA-273, Women Punjab-I

Mehnaz Raffi

274

NA-274, Women Punjab-II

Hajra Tariq Aziz, Dr.

275

NA-275, Women Punjab-III

Tanzeela Amir Cheema

276

NA-276, Women Punjab-IV

Donya Aziz, Dr.

277

NA-277, Women Punjab-V

Kashmala Tariq

278

NA-278, Women Punjab-VI

Saira Tariq, Dr.

279

NA-279, Women Punjab-VII

Riffat Amjad

280

NA-280, Women Punjab-VIII

Attiya Inayatullah, Dr.

281

NA-281, Women Punjab-IX

Bushra Rahman

282

NA-282, Women Punjab-X

Farzeen Ahmed Sarfaraz

283

NA-283, Women Punjab-XI

Shahzadi Umer Zadi Tiwana

284

NA-284, Women Punjab-XII

Rahila Yahya Munawar

285

NA-285, Women Punjab-XIII

Aasiya Azeem

286

NA-286, Women Punjab-XIV

Firdous Ashiq Awan, Dr.

287

NA-287, Women Punjab-XV

Tehmina Dasti

288

NA-288, Women Punjab-XVI

Onaza Ehsan

289

NA-289, Women Punjab-XVII

Bushra Anwar Sipra

290

NA-290, Women Punjab-XVIII

Rozina Tufail, Dr.

291

NA-291, Women Punjab-XIX

Tahira Asif

292

NA-292, Women Punjab-XX

Naheed Khan

293

NA-293, Women Punjab-XXI

Belum Hasnain

294

NA-294, Women Punjab-XXII

Shakila Khanam Rashid

295

NA-295, Women Punjab-XXIII

Fauzia Habib

296

NA-296, Women Punjab-XXIV

Mehreen Anwar Raja

297

NA-297, Women Punjab-XXV

Yasmeen Rehman

298

NA-298, Women Punjab-XXVI

Shahnaz Sheikh

299

NA-299, Women Punjab-XXVII

Rukhsana Bangash

300

NA-300, Women Punjab-XXVIII

Naseem Akhtar

301

NA-301, Women Punjab-XXIX

Samia Raheel Qazi

302

NA-302, Women Punjab-XXX

Maimoona Hashmi

303

NA-303, Women Punjab-XXXI

Ishrat Ashraf

304

NA-304, Women Punjab-XXXII

Tahmina Daultana

305

NA-305, Women Punjab-XXXIII

Rehana Aleem Mashhadi

306

NA-306, Women Punjab-XXXIV

Meena Ehsan Laghari

307

NA-307, Women Punjab-XXXV

Ayla Malik

 

Reserved Seats for Women – Sindh

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

308

NA-308, Women Sindh-I

Fiza Junejo

309

NA-309, Women Sindh-II

Sherry Rehman

310

NA-310, Women Sindh-III

Rukia Khanam Soomro

311

NA-311, Women Sindh-IV

Fauzia Wahab

312

NA-312, Women Sindh-V

Rubina Saadat Qaimkhani

313

NA-313, Women Sindh-VI

Nafisa Munawar Raja

314

NA-314, Women Sindh-VII

Shagufta Jumani

315

NA-315, Women Sindh-VIII

Farida Ahmad Siddiqui

316

NA-316, Women Sindh-IX

Kaniz Aisha Munawar

317

NA-317, Women Sindh-X

Shamim Akhtar

318

NA-318, Women, Sindh-XI

Afsar Begum

319

NA-319, Women Sindh-XII

Shabina Talat

320

NA-320, Women Sindh-XIIl

Gul-e-Farkhanda

321

NA-321, Women Sindh-XIV

Khurshid Afghan

 

Reserved Seats for Women – NWFP

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

322

NA-322, Women NWFP-l

Zeb Gohar Ayub

323

NA-323, Women NWFP-II

Sayyeda Farhana Khalid Banoori

324

NA-324, Women NWFP-III

Razia Aziz

325

NA-325, Women NWFP-IV

Nayyer Sultana

326

NA-326, Women NWFP-V

Jamila Ahmad

327

NA-327, Women NWFP-VI

Ambareen Naeem

328

NA-328, Women NWFP-VII

Inayat Begum

329

NA-329, Women NWFP-VIII

Shahida Akhtar

 

Reserved Seats for Women – Balochistan

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

330

NA-330, Women Balochistan-I

Noor Jahan Panezai, Dr.

331

NA-331, Women Balochistan-II

Bilgees Saif

332

NA-332, Women Balochistan-Ill

Imrana Khawar

 

Reserved Seats for Non Muslims

 

S. No.

Constituency

Name

333

NA-333, Non Muslim-I

Akram Masih Gill

334

NA-334, Non Muslim-II

Chaudhry Haroon Qaiser

335

NA-335, Non Muslim-Ill

Gyan Singh, Engr.

336

NA-336, Non Muslim-IV

M.P Bhandara

337

NA-337, Non Muslim-V

Mushtaq Victor, Prof.

338

NA-338, Non Muslim-VI

Ramesh Lal

339

NA-339, Non Muslim-VII

Pervez Masih

340

NA-340, Non Muslim-VIII

Asiya Nasir

341

NA-341, Non Muslim-IX

Krishan Bheel

342

NA-342, Non Muslim-X

Dev Das

 

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Profile of the 12th National Assembly of Pakistan

 

Unless specifically mentioned otherwise, the Profile of the 12th National Assembly of Pakistan has been prepared on the basis of the information collected from MNAs by PILDAT through Data Forms which were received by December 4, 2003. The total data forms received were 283 out of a total strength of 342 MNAs. 

 

 

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National Legislature of Pakistan: 1947 - 2003

1ST LEGISLATURE

Period
August 10, 1947 to October 24, 1954

Presiding Officer
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, President (August 11, 1947 to September 11, 1948)
Moulvi Tamizuddin Khan, President (December 14, 1948 to October 24, 1954)
Constituent Assembly dissolved by the Governor General on charges of inability to frame a constitution for the country

 

2nd LEGISLATURE

Period
May 28, 1955 to October 7, 1958

Presiding Officer­
Mr. Abdul Wahab Khan, Speaker (August 12, 1955 to October 7, 1958)
Constituent Assembly dissolved upon imposition of Martial Law by the President of Pakistan

 

3rd LEGISLATURE

Period
June 8, 1962 to June 12, 1965

Presiding Officer
Moulvi Tamizuddin Khan, Speaker (June 11, 1962 to August 19, 1963)
Chaudhry A.K.M.Fazulul Quader, Speaker (November 29, 1963 to June 12, 1965)
Assembly dissolved by the President for holding new election

 

 

4th LEGISLATURE

Period
June 12, 1965 to March 25, 1969

Presiding Officer­
Mr. Abdul Jabbar Khan, Speaker (June 12, 1965 to March 25, 1969)
The National Assembly dissolved upon imposition of Martial Law by the Commander-in-Chief of the Army

 

5th LEGISLATURE

Period
April 14, 1972 to January 10, 1977

Presiding Officer­
Mr. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, President (April 14, 1972 to April 12, 1973)
Mr. Fazal Elahi Chaudhry, Speaker (August 15,1972 to August 7, 1973)
Sahibzada Farooq Ali, Speaker (August 9, 1973 to March 27, 1977)
The National Assembly dissolved at the advice of the Prime Minister for holding new election

 

6th LEGISLATURE

Period
March 26, 1977 to July 5, 1977

Presiding Officer
Malik Miraj Khalid, Speaker (March 27, 1977 to July 5, 1977)
The National Assembly dissolved upon imposition of Martial Law by the Chief of Army Staff.

 

7th LEGISLATURE

Period
March 20, 1985 to May 29, 1988

Presiding Officer.
Syed Fakhar Imam, Speaker (March 22, 1985 to May 26, 1986)
Mr. Hamid Nasir Chattha, Speaker (May 31, 1986 to December 3, 1988)
The National Assembly dissolved by the President of Pakistan on Charges of corruption.

 

8th LEGISLATURE

Period
November 30, 1988 to August 6, 1990

Presiding Officer.
Malik Miraj Khalid, Speaker
(December 3, 1988 to November 4, 1990)
The National Assembly dissolved by the President of Pakistan on Charges of corruption

 

9th LEGISLATURE

Period
November 3, 1990 to July 17, 1993

Presiding Officer
Mr. Gohar Ayub Khan, Speaker (November 4, 1990 to October 17, 1993)
The National Assembly dissolved by the President on charges of corruption, restored by the Supreme Court and finally dissolved for holding fresh election.

 

 

10th LEGISLATURE

 

Period
October 15, 1993 to November 5, 1996

Presiding Officer
Syed Yousaf Raza Gillani, Speaker (October 17, 1993 to February 16, 1997)
The National Assembly dissolved by the President of Pakistan on charges of corruption.

 

11th LEGISLATURE

Period
February 15, 1997 to October 12, 1999

Presiding Officer
Mr. Illahi Bukhsh Soomro, Speaker (February 15, 1997 to August 20, 2001)
The National Assembly suspended upon take-over of the Government By the Chief of Army Staff.

 

12th LEGISLATURE

Period
November 16, 2002 to date

Presiding Officer
Chaudhry Amir Hussain, Speaker (November 19, 2002 to date)

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Chronology of elections in Pakistan 1970 to 1997
Compiled and consolidated by Momin Bullo

 

1969

July 28: Justice Abdul Satter appointed as Chief Election Commissioner.

August 27: Preparation of voters lists announced.

November 1: Mujeebur Rehman protests against publication of voters lists in Urdu. Bhutto demands that voters lists should be published in Sindhi as well.

 

1970

January 1: Political activities allowed.

March 28: October 25 and October 22 set as dates for NA and PA elections respectively.

March 29: Legal Framework Order, containing the constitutional and electoral framework, is issued.

April 1: One-unit dissolution orders issued. Way 1: Draft delimitation of West Pakistan issued.

August 15: Elections shifted to December 7 and 17, due to floods in East Pakistan.

December 7: First ever NA polls held. Awami league sweeps the polls in eastern wing but fails to secure even a single seat from West Pakistan. PPP emerges as the largest political party in Pakistan.

December 17: PA polls held.

 

1971

January 3: Mujeeb demands constitution on six-point basis.

January 12: Mujeeb and Yahya Khan hold talks in Dhaka. Yahya asks Mujeeb to amend his six-point proposal.

January 17: By-elections held in Pakistan.

January 27: Mujeeb and Bhutto hold talks on constitutional and political issues.

January 30: Air India plane hijacked by two Kashmiris, who demand release of comrades from Indian custody.

February 2: Commandeered plane blown up by hijackers.

February 4: India bans Pakistani overflights. February 6: Pakistan refuses to hand over hijackers to India.

February 13: Yahya Khan calls National Assembly session on March 3 in Dhaka.

February 15: Bhutto refuses to attend NA session in Dhaka.

March 1: NA session postponed by Yahya Khanve move criticised by Mujeeb.

March 2: Curfew imposed in Dhaka.

March 3: Yahya Khan invites 12 leaders of elected assembly to resolve issues. Regarding future political and constitutional setup. Mujeeb rejects invitation.

March 4: Leaders of various parties demand immediate calling of NA session.

March 5: Army withdrawn from East Pakistan.

March 6: Yahya Khan calls NA session on March 25.

March 14: Bhutto demands his share in power.

March 22: NA session called off.

March 26: Mujeeb declares independence of Bangladesh. Yahya Khan bans political activities and outlaws Awami League.

March 27: Mujeeb arrested from his house in Dhaka.

November 22: India attacks East Pakistan.

December 3: India attacks West Pakistan.

December 5, 6: USSR twice vetoes US peace call in UN Security Council.

December 7: Yahya Khan appoints Nurul Amin as PM and Bhutto as Deputy PM and FM.

December 8: Ceasefire called by UN general assembly.

December 14: USSR again vetoes peace call.

December 15: Bhutto walks out from UN Security Council.

December 16: Dhaka falls.

December 17: India recognises Bangladesh.

December 23: Yahya Khan quits and Bhutto sworn in as chief martial law administrator.

December 27: Bhutto holds talks with Mujeeb regarding the latter's safe passage to Dhaka.

 

1972

January 1: Bhutto announces his intentions to free Mujeeb unconditionally.

January 8: Mujeeb flies to London and onwards to Dhaka where he assumes office as president of Bangladesh.

April 14: First session of NA held.

April 17: NA passes interim constitution to be implemented by April 21, and appoints constitutional committee; comprising 25 NA members under the chairmanship of Mahmood Ali Kasuri to draft a permanent constitution.

April 21: Interim constitution comes into effect and martial law ends. Bhutto takes oath as president of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan under the new constitution.

May 2: PA session held for the first time after the elections.

December 31: Constitution cogw74tee's report presented in NA

 

1973

April 10: NA passes the constitution.

August 14: Constitution comes into effect. Chaudary Fazal Elahi sworn in as president and Bhutto as prime minister.

 

1977

January 2: Chief Election ­Commissioner Justice Sajjad Ahmad Jan announces final list of constituencies, numbering 200 for national and 460 for provincial assemblies

January 7: March 7 and March 10 set as dates for NA and PA elections respectively.

January 10: President Chaudhry Fazal Elahi dissolves NA on the recommendation of prime minister Z. A. Bhutto.

January 17: Election Commission allots symbols to political parties. PPP gets Arrow and PNA, Plough.

January 19 Filing of nomination papers starts.

January 21: PPP wins 17 NA seats unopposed, including Z.A. Bhutto's constituency- ,

January 22: PPP wins 40 PA seats unopposed in 3 provinces.

March 7: NA elections held. PPP sweeps the polls. PNA the main opposition group, refuses to accept the results and demands removal of CEC, PM and fresh NA elections. Calls for boycott of the provincial elections.

March 10: Elections for PA held. Low turnout observed.

March 12: Bhutto invites PNA leaders for talks.

March 28: Bhutto becomes PM for a second term but only PPP members attend inaugural session.

April 11: PNA calls for civil disobedience movement.

April 15: Bhutto offers fresh elections for PA and for the NA if PNA wins majority in provincial polls.

May 5: PNA issues 32-point demands charter: Also demands Bhutto's dismissal.

May 13: Bhutto offers to hold referendum regarding his removal from the office.

June 15: PPP, PNA agree on power sharing formula, PNA movement suspended.

July 4: Agreement reached between PPP and PNA, although some minor points remain unresolved. Bhutto informs his cabinet and General Zia of decision to break deadlock.

July 5: Army imposes martial law, taking political leaders including Z.A. Bhutto into custody.

 

1985

January 12: Zia announces non-party elections. MAD announces boycott.

February 25: NA elections held.

February 28: Elections for PA held.

March 23: Newly elected parliament holds first session.

March 24: Junejo secures vote of confidence.

December 30: Martial Law ends, amended constitution revived after nearly nine years.

 

1988

May 29: Zia dismisses NA and Junejo's government on charges of corruption, inefficiency and mismanagement.

July 21: Zia announces elections on non-party basis; NA polls on November 16, PA polls on November 19.

August 17: Zia dies in air crash.

September 28: Lahore High Court terms dissolution of NA and PA illegal but rules in favour of fresh elections.

October 2: Supreme Court gives verdict in favour of party-based elections. The same day, the SC upholds LHC verdict of September 28.

October 6: Eight political parties form Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (IJI).

October 10: Jamat-e-Islami joins IJI, making it a nine-party alliance along the lines of the Pakistan National Alliance of 1977.

November 16: NA polls on party basis held after 11 years. Hung parliament results as no party wins a clear majority.

November 19: PA polls held. PPP gets majority in Sindh, IJI in the Punjab.

November 30: NA holds its first session.

December 1: Ghulam Ishaq Khan nominates Benazir Bhutto as prime minister.

December 12: Ghulam Ishaq Khan elected as President. Benazir wins vote of confidence.

 

1990

August 6: Ghulam Ishaq Khan dismisses Benazir Bhutto's government, dissolves the NA and PA on charges of corruption and mismanagement. Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi is appointed caretaker PM. NA and PA elections announced for October 24 and 27 respectively.

August 27: IJI announces it will contest elections as a single party.

August 31: PPP-led People's Democratic Alliance formed.

October 24: Elections for NA held. IJI sweeps the polls with a two-thirds majority.

October 27: Polls for PA held. IJI sweeps polls in the Punjab and emerges as the single largest party in the NWFP. PPP bags a bare majority in Sindh.

November 3: First session of NA held.

November 6: Nawaz Sharif elected PM.

 

1993

March 18: Former PM and sitting PML president Mohammad Khan Junejo passes away.

March 27: Nawaz Sharif nominated as PML president. Hamid Nasir Chattha, Ejazul Haq and Anwar Saifullah resign from the federal cabinet in protest against Sharif's nomination.

April 17: Nawaz Sharif publicly accuses President Ghulam Ishaq Khan of conspiring against his government. PML formally splits into two, the Nawaz and Junejo factions.

April 18: President Ghulam Ishaq Khan dismisses Nawaz Sharif government and his cabinet. Mir Balakh Sher Mazari appointed as caretaker PM.

April 20: Rebellion against the IJI government in the Punjab. Speaker Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo elected leader of the house in the PA.

April 25: Punjab CM Ghulam Hyder Wyne ousted through a vote of no confidence. Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo takes oath as new CM. Nawaz Sharif files petition against his dismissal in Supreme Court.

May 23: Balochistan CM Mir Taj Mohammad Jamali resigns and Zulfiqar Ali Magsi elected in his place.

May 26: Supreme Court restores NA and reinstates Nawaz Sharif's government by declaring the President's action unconstitutional.

May 28: Benazir calls for struggle for fresh elections.

May 29: Punjab assembly dissolved. Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo appointed as caretaker CM.

May 30: NWFP assembly dissolved. Mir Afzal Khan appointed caretaker CM.

June 9: Punjab assembly temporarily restored by Lahore High Court. June 28: Restoration of Punjab assembly confirmed by Lahore High Court. Punjab governor Altaf Hussain dissolves the assembly seven minutes later.

June 29: Nawaz Sharif calls joint session of parliament and passes resolution placing the Punjab under federal rule through a presidential order. President Ghulam Ishaq Khan denies signing the proclamation. Wattoo government seeks army's help in retaining control of the province.

July 2: Army gives two weeks to the government to resolve dispute and advises fresh polls.

July 18: COAS intervenes, forcing both PM and president to resign. Moin Qureshi and Waseem Sajjad appointed as caretaker PM and acting president respectively.

October 6: Elections for NA held. No party wins even a simple majority.

October 9: Election for PA held. PPP secures majority in Sindh but hung parliament results in the Punjab and NWFP.

October 14: First session of NA held.

October 19: Benazir Bhutto takes oath after NA elects her as PM.

November 13: Farooq Leghari elected president.

 

1996

November 5: President FaroogLegharl dismisses . Benazir Bhutto on charges of extra-judicial killings, corruption and complete breakdown of law and order. Malik Mairaj Khalid is appointed caretaker PM. NA, PA elections to be held on February 3.

December 4: Meeting between Farooq Leghari and Nawaz Sharif hints at secret deal.

December 12: President announces adult franchise for FATA.

 

1997

February 3: Elections for NA and PA. PML(N) sweeps the polls with a two-thirds majority in NA and the Punjab. February 15: First NA session held.

February 17: Nawaz Sharif sworn in as PM for the second time

 

 

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