Apr 21

PML-N Gujranwala Candidates List Election 2013

PML-N Gujranwala Lists for General Election 2013 has been announced by the party Head (Mian Nawaz Sharif). Here is the Latest Information of Gujranwala Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz Candidates List Issued by Party.PML-N Gujranwala Candidates List Election 2013

Candidates who got PML-N Tickets from their areas are very happy and hoping to winGeneral Election 2013. Gujranwala District consists of following seats of National Assembly i.e NA-95 (Gujranwala-I), NA-96 (Gujranwala-II), NA-97 (Gujranwala-III), NA-98 (Gujranwala-IV), NA-99 (Gujranwala-V), NA-100 (Gujranwala-VI) and NA-101 (Gujranwala-VII).

NA-95 Gujranwala-I: Usman Ibrahim
PP-91 Gujranwala-I: Imran Khalid Butt
PP-92 Gujranwala-II: Muhammad Nawaz Chohan
NA-96 Gujranwala-II: Eng. Khuram Dastgir Khan
PP-93 GujranwaIa-III: Ashraf Ali Ansari
PP-94 Gujranwala-IV: Abdul Rauf Mughal
NA-97 Guyanwala-III: Ch. Mehmood Bashir Virk
PP-95 Gujranwala-V: Sahibzada Ghulam Farid
PP-96 Gujranwala-VI: Muhammad Taufeeq Butt
4. NA-98 Gujranwala-IV: Mian Tariq Mehmood
PP-97 Gujranwala-VII: Ch. Muhammad Ashraf Warraich
PP-98 Gujranwala-VIII: Ch. Muhammad lqbal Gujjar
NA-99 Gujranwala-VI: Rana Umar Nazir Ahmed Khan
PP-99 Gujranwala-IX: Qaiser lqbal Sindhu
PP-100 Gujranwala-X: Ch. Shamshad Ahmed Khan
NA-100: Gujranwala-Im Azhar Qayyum Nahra
PP-101 Gujranwala-XI: Riaz Bibi w/o Amanat Ali
PP-102 Gujranwala-XII: Ch. Rafaqat Hussain
NA-101 Gujranwala-VIII: Justice ® lftikhar Ahmed Cheema
PP-103 Gujranwala-XIII: Akmal Saif Chatha
PP-104 Gujranwala-XIV: Shaukat Manzoor Cheema

Apr 16

PPP, PML-N agree to postpone Local Government elections

The ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and opposition Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) have agreed not to push for local government elections ahead of the parliamentary polls scheduled for early next year.Election Top leaders from the country’s two largest political parties came to the consensus during their talks earlier this year which culminated in the unanimous passage of the 20th Constitutional Amendment.

Insiders from both sides confirmed to The Express Tribune on Sunday that withholding the local government elections – a system introduced by ousted military ruler Pervez Musharraf to devolve powers to the grassroots level – was part of the negotiations.

“We have agreed not to force the issue. We feared there would be political complications which should be avoided,” an official revealed.

On the surface, the talks were aimed at giving legal cover to the election of more than two dozen members of parliament (MPs) suspended by the Supreme Court — on the pretext that they were elected during the period when the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) was not complete, following the passage of the 18th Constitutional Amendment back in 2010.

Officials said that though the two parties specifically decided contours of the transition that has to take place after the fresh parliamentary polls later this year or by March 2013, an understanding on local government polls was also the outcome of the intense parleys that lasted for more than a week.

The revelation came three days after the Supreme Court asked all top legal officers of the provinces and the attorney general to submit a schedule for the local government elections.

Officials from both the PPP and PML-N, however, did not admit that there was “secret deal or understanding” to withhold the local government elections. Rather, they kept on pinning blame on each other for the delay.

PPP Punjab chapter leader Raja Riaz said that it was the provincial administration led by the PML-N that was shying away from seeking votes from people despite PPP’s willingness to accept the challenge.

He, however, did not specify why the PPP did not go for local elections in provinces other than Punjab.

“I can only talk about Punjab,” he said.

PML-N spokesperson Senator Mushahidullah Khan said his party did not see any possibility of local government elections ahead of the parliamentary polls because the electoral rolls were not complete and the task might take ECP some more time.

He, however, denied that his party had any secret deals with the PPP to delay the elections.