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PML-N to win NA-120 by-election: Maryam Nawaz

[Posted on : 2017-08-28 by Madiha Maqbool] PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz said on Sunday that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) would win bye-election of NA-120 and people's love for Nawaz Sharif could not be eliminated from their hearts.

Presiding over a meeting held at Model Town to discuss a strategy regarding NA-120 bye-election here, Maryam said.

She said, 'She is not going to London and will run election campaign and she will start soon door to door campaign'.

Despite whatever political opponents do, the PML-N would win bye-election of NA-120 with the grace of Almighty Allah, she said.

Maryam Nawaz said people would bring Nawaz Sharif back with their votes.

65 contenders for NA-120 by-electon

[Posted on : 2017-08-14 by Madiha Maqbool] PML-N's Kulsoom Nawaz, PTI's Dr Yasmin Rashid, and PPP's Faisal Mir are prominent among 65 candidates who have filed their nomination papers at the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) for NA-120 by-election.

Four candidates from the Jamaat-i-Islami, including Ziaud Din, Zikarullah Mujahid, and two others whose names have not been disclosed, are among the nominees. The name of the main candidate for NA-120 will be announced subsequently.

Pakistan People's Party has fielded Zubair Kardar as a cover candidate.

The other candidates who filed their nomination papers include Ghulam Shabbir, Mickal Sarwyaa, Muhammad Shakeel Shah, Zubair Qadir, Ishtiaq Ahmad, Mian Aziz Ur Rehman Chann, Arshad Mehmood, Nawab Amber, Ashraf Butt, Nadeem Hafiz Khan, Chaudhary Abid Hussain, Sajida Mir, Arshad Mehmood Nauman, Noor Naeem, Gulab Khan, Irfan Khalid, Yasir Islam, Liaqat Abbas, Muhammad Ashfaque, Andleeb Abbas, Sheikh Azhar, Zeeshan Ahmad, Rohi Bano, Javed Yousaf, Muhammad Husnain, Jamil Asghar, Muhammad Munsif, Muhammad Yaqoob Sheikh, Khalid Naik, Saifullah, Muhammad Khurram, Laiqur Rehman, Muhammad Zubair Khan Niazi, Sardar Hur Bukhari, Nasir Saleem, Ziaud Din Ansari, Parvez Akhtar, Qaisar Mehmood, Sumair Ali, Amir Bhadur, Muhammad Aslam Sharif, Rana Zahid Hussain, Micle Faris, Muhammad Nawaz, Muhammad Waseem and Muhammad Hadi and Zia Ullah Mujahid.

August 12 was the last day to file nomination papers for the National Assembly seat that fell vacant after Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court in the Panamagate case on July 28.

According to the Election Commission, scrutiny of nomination papers would be held from August 15 to August 17 while appeals could be filed against acceptance or rejection of nomination papers by August 21.

The appellate tribunals would decide filed appeals till Aug 24 while candidates could withdraw their papers till Aug 25. The returning officers would publish revised list of candidates on Aug 26 and the by-polls would be held on September 17, 2017.

Kulsoom, Maryam top list of PML-N nominees for NA-120

[Posted on : 2017-08-08 by Wajahat Hussain Mian] Though ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif is yet to make a final decision about the PML-N candidate for NA-120, Lahore-III, the party officials say former first lady Begum Kulsoom Nawaz or her daughter Maryam Nawaz are also being considered for the ticket.
In the internal party discussions so far names of Begum Kulsoom and Ms Maryam have emerged as first and second priority, respectively, as PML-N candidates for the seat (that) fell vacant after disqualification of the prime minister, a party official told Dawn here on Monday.
He, however, quoted Mr Sharif as telling the consultative meeting that he would make a final decision on the issue after reaching Lahore as the party had already given him a free hand for picking a candidate for NA-120. The former prime minister had earlier wished that his younger brother Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif should succeed him as prime minister (after contesting from NA-120 to become a National Assembly member).

PML-N fails to decide on NA-120 contender

[Posted on : 2017-08-04 by Umais Butt] Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, earlier proposed as a successor to his brother, Nawaz, was expected to contest the NA-120 by-poll in order to acquire membership of the National Assembly, and then go on to become prime minister.

However, recent reports suggest the party is reevaluating its strategy amid fears that the PML-N's focus will be diverted from the crucial province of Punjab ─ the home of the party's electoral base ─ if Shahbaz leaves the post of chief minister.

The Punjab government has admitted to the debate over the chief minister's elevation. Some party leaders think Punjab is very important for the PML-N and Shahbaz Sharif should continue serving here, while others want to see him as premier, the Punjab government's spokesperson Malik Ahmad told Dawn.

Result of Election 2008
S.No.Name of CandidatePartyVotes
1Bilal YaseenPakistan Muslim League (N)65946
2Jahangir BadarPakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians24380
3Kh. Tahir ZiaPakistan Muslim League4270
4Hafiz Sana UllahMutthida Majlis-e-Amal Pakistan (MMA)843
5Gull Muhammad Bhatti (Retired)Azad Pakistan Party703
6Maqsood Ahmed AwanMuttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan73
7Muazzam Iqbal Gill AdvocateIndependent41
8Azhar Khan Lodhi0

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ECP orders installation of CCTV cameras at NA-120 polling stations

[06-Sep-2017] Commission of Pakistan (ECP) Wednesday directed the Chief Secretary of Punjab to install CCTV cameras at all polling stations of constituency NA-120 and Printing Press Lahore for up-coming bye-election.

According to the ECP, through a letter, the chief secretary had been asked to immediately install closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Printing Corporation of Pakistan, Lahore and polling stations of the concerned constituency NA-120 Lahore-III.

The NA seat fell vacant after former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was disqualilfied by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Panama Papers case.

Kulsoom Nawaz, wife of deposed prime minister, is running for her home constituency. She is expecting a strong contest from PTI's Yasmeem Rashid. .... [read more]


Army personnel to be deployed for NA-120 by-polls

[24-Aug-2017] Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Thursday issued a notification directing the defence ministry to deploy army personnel during the by-polls at the NA-120 constituency.
The ECP has decided to deploy army personnel in and outside the voting stations during the polling process. The army personnel have been asked to remain at the stations until the counting of votes.
Earlier, PPP and PTI had demanded the ECP to deploy army personnel during the polling process to ensure transparency as well as to maintain law and order.

The returning officer for the constituency had also also appealed to the authorities to deploy army men during the polling. .... [read more]


Yasmin Rashid claims pre-poll rigging in NA-120

[05-Aug-2017] candidate for the NA-120 seat Dr Yasmin Rashid has alleged that PML-N has started pre-poll rigging in the constituency.
Addressing a press conference and flanked by PTI leaders, Dr Yasmin Rashid said that pre-poll rigging was underway since various development works were being carried out in the constituency.
She said that till date the Election Commission of Pakistan had not issued the voters list. Dr Yasmin further said that she was waiting for PML-N to nominate its candidate.

I am waiting impatiently for PML-N to announce their candidate to contest the NA-120 by-election, she said. .... [read more]


PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi new cabinet finalised

[04-Aug-2017] new federal cabinet of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has been finalized by the senior leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
According to details, Mushahid Ullah Khan will be the Environment Minister while Khawaja Asif will be appointed as the Foreign Minister.
Khurram Dastagir will be the new Defence Minister of Pakistan, the portfolio previously held by Khawaja Asif.
Ahsan Iqbal will be the successor to Chaudhry Nisar as he will take oath as the country's new Interior Minister. Ishaq Dar will resume his responsibilities as the Finance Minister.
Junaid Anwar Chaudhry and Irshad Laghari will also be part of the new cabinet.
The former cabinet stood dissolved after Nawaz Sharif was disqualified by the Supreme Court of Pakistan in the Panama Papers case for not disclosing 10,000 dirhams which were receivable to him. .... [read more]


Claims by Ayesha Gulalai

[04-Aug-2017] Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Ayesha Gulalai said on Thursday alleged that party chief Imran Khan had hinted towards tying the knot in the texts sent to her, which also included misappropriate messages.
Gulalai further claimed that she had informed her father that Imran had asked her to meet alone. She said she went along with her father and brother to meet Imran, which irked him.
She added that her father had asked Imran regarding what he wanted, but Imran dodged the question.
I am ready to sit infront of Imran and can confront him on the obnoxious messages that he sent. He put me through mental torture and pain, said Gulalai. <br /> <br /> She reiterated that Imran had sent her the first inappropriate message in 2013.
Gulalai claimed that her exposure to the media was also reduced, through Shireen Mazari, and she was not appreciated for highlighting public issues.
After all this, I decided to quit the party, said Gulalai.
When asked why she broke her silence after years, Gulalai said, I felt embarrassed, hence I held back for four years before finally speaking up. .... [read more]


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