February, 22, 2024
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Election Nomination Papers: Candidates Actively Participate

Election Nomination Papers: Candidates Actively Participate

Infostani Sources- The process of submitting and receiving nomination papers by candidates for the upcoming general election on February 8 continued into the third day. The imprisoned Founding Chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), currently held in Adiala Jail, actively participated by submitting his nomination papers for National Assembly Constituency NA-89 in Mianwali. Simultaneously, People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto eagerly submitted his nomination papers for the fiercely contested NA-128 in Lahore, and Shahbaz Sharif of the President-e-League passionately submitted his papers for NA-132 in Kasur.

PTI Founder Chairman Bilal Umar Bodla personally delivered his nomination papers for Mianwali NA-89. Yesterday, the dynamic Founding Chairman PTI personally signed the nomination papers while in Adiala Jail, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to the election process. The active engagement of these key political figures sets the tone for a spirited electoral campaign.

Election Highlights: Key Players Submit Nomination Papers for Hotly Contested Constituencies

PTI central chairman Barrister Gohar Ali Khan, reflecting the party’s dedication, actively submitted his nomination papers for his native constituency NA-10 in Buner. Simultaneously, the energetic People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto eagerly fulfilled the requirements for National Assembly Constituency NA-128 in Lahore. The stage is set for a spirited contest between Bilawal Bhutto and PML-N’s Mian Ahmed Ehsan.

In the same fervor, People’s Party leader Asif Ali Zardari submitted his nomination papers for NA-207 in Nawab Shah, underscoring the party’s strong presence in the election arena. PDM chief and JUI Central Amir Wilana Fazal Rehman actively participated in the democratic process by submitting nomination papers for Pishin NA-265. His determination is evident as he prepares to contest elections both in his native Dera Ismail Khan and Balochistan’s Pishin.

PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif, known for his strategic political moves, strategically submitted his nomination papers to contest the election from the crucial NA-132 in Kasur constituency. Notably, he also received nomination papers for N123 in Lahore, along with provincial constituencies PP 158 and 164 in Lahore. PML-N Vice President Maryam Nawaz, a key player in the election dynamics, ensured her nomination papers were received as she gears up to contest the MPA election from provincial constituency 143 in Jandiala Sher Khan, a rural area of Sheikhupura. She is anticipated to personally submit her nomination papers today, injecting further momentum into the election fervor.

Diverse Leaders Engage in Active Nomination Submission Ahead of Elections

Election Nomination Papers: Candidates Actively Participate

Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Siraj-ul-Haq, embodying the spirit of the democratic process, actively submitted his nomination papers for NA-6 Lower. National Assembly Speaker Raja Pervez Ashraf, a seasoned participant in electoral politics, demonstrated his commitment by submitting nomination papers for NA-52 in Gujjar Khan.

League leaders Maryam and Nagzeeb actively participated in securing seats reserved for women in both the National Assembly and the Punjab Assembly, underlining the importance of gender representation in the election landscape.

The election buzz extended to diverse candidates, with Khawaja Asif actively participating by submitting nomination papers for NA-71 and two provincial seats. Zakia Shahnawaz, Shamaila Rana, and Zartaj Gul of PTI, along with Sanam Javed, Sara Bukhari of the Satwath Party, and other candidates, actively submitted nomination papers for minority and reserved seats for women, adding to the vibrant electoral mosaic.

Diverse Leaders Engage in Active Nomination Submission Ahead of Elections

Jahangir Khan Tareen, chief of the Pakistan Stabilization Party, actively participated by submitting papers from NA-155, emphasizing his party’s role in the upcoming election. Simultaneously, party president Abdul Aleem Khan energetically submitted papers for national NA-117, 119, and 147, as well as provincial PP-149 in Lahore and PP-209 in Khanewal.

People’s Party leader Yusuf Raza Gilani, a prominent figure in electoral politics, actively submitted his nomination papers for NA-148 in Multan. Notably, his sons Abdul Qadir Gilani, Ali Musa Gilani, and Ali Haider Gilani also actively participated in the election process by submitting their papers.

Chairman of Tehreek-e-Insaf Parliamentarians Pervez Khattak, a key player in PTI’s election strategy, energetically submitted papers for NA-33 and provincial constituencies PK-87 and 88. Inamullah Khan Niazi, reflecting the party’s diverse participation, actively submitted nomination papers for PP-87. The vibrant electoral landscape is marked by the active participation of candidates from various political backgrounds, reflecting the democratic spirit as the nation approaches the February 8 elections.

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