- Tickets issued to Azeem-ul-Haq Minhas in Punjab and Farhatullah Babar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, sources say
- Tickets issued to PPP’s Palwasha Khan and Khairunisa Mughal for the ladies’s seat
- Taj Haider, Shahadat Awan, Jam Mehtab Dahar, Abdul Ghani Talpur, and Sadiq Ali Memon additionally issued tickets
- Tickets issued to Farooq H. Naek and Karim Ahmed Khawaja for the technocrat seat
ISLAMABAD: PPP leaders Sherry Rehman, Farooq H. Naek, and Saleem Mandviwalla are among the many hopefuls who’ve been issued tickets by their social gathering forward of the upcoming Senate polls, Geo Information reported Friday citing sources.
The PPP has issued tickets to 14 of its candidates, together with Rehman and Mandviwalla, who’s at present the deputy chairperson of the Senate.
Sources advised Geo Information that the PPP issued tickets to Taj Haider, Shahadat Awan, Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar, Nawab Abdul Ghani Talpur, and Sadiq Ali Memon for Sindh’s common seats.
For the technocrat seats, nevertheless, tickets had been issued to the Sindh-based social gathering’s Farooq H. Naek and Karim Ahmed Khawaja, whereas Palwasha Khan and Khairunisa Mughal for the ladies’s seat.
As well as, sources stated the PPP has issued ticket to Azeem-ul-Haq Minhas in Punjab and Senator Farhatullah Babar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Vawda, Nishtar finalised as PTI candidates
Earlier right now, the ruling PTI had additionally finalised its candidates for the Senate elections, asserting Faisal Vawda and Sania Nishtar among the many hopefuls.
Saifullah Abro was to contest from PTI’s platform for the technocrat’s seat, whereas Saifullah Niazi, Dr Zarqa, and Barrister Ali Zafar had been to take action from Punjab, Science and Know-how Minister Fawad Chaudhry had introduced on Twitter.
“From Islamabad, Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh and Fauzia Arshad have been selected as the PTI’s candidates,” Chaudhry had written on Twitter.
“Shibli Faraz, Mohsin Aziz, Dost Mohammad, Sania Nishtar and Farzana have been included in the list of final names [for Senate election candidates],” he had added.