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- Mar 2nd, 2012, 05:47 AM #1
Senate polls are being held today, and two news basically have caught my eyes regarding them.
1) Ch Nisar alleges that massive rigging is taking place in the elections (horse trading is being done on a massive scale)
2) A PMLN MPA from Punjab has resigned as PMLN has asked their members to show their votes before casting...
Nisar blames PPP for rigging by-polls | Pakistan | DAWN.COM
Senate polls: Forced to show ballot, PML-N MPA resigns
When will our political process mature so that every one can freely cast their votes in Senate polls?
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 05:49 AM #2
Elections on 50 seats have been conducted today, and the results should start pouring in shortly...
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 06:40 AM #3
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 06:44 AM #4
Congratulations to people's party
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 06:46 AM #5
Noway without a new social and regional contract .
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 06:52 AM #6
People's party is leading in 7 seats from sindh and 6 from Punjab, where as pmln will be getting 4 from Punjab. Big win for ppp this!
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 07:03 AM #7
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- Apr 9, 2006
It seems Establishment is with PPPNo Sindhi No Balochi,No Muhajir No Pathan, No Punjabi No Saraiki
P A K I S T A N............Z I N D A B A D
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 07:13 AM #8
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its not the question of our political system being mature,its a question of politiicians being sincere,loyal to the country and its ppls...but as shown in news votes has been purchased,saled.....there's being
bargaining bw politicians for senate seats....they are ready to amplay some retrictions against meida before elections so no rigging shell be reported....its like chooroon ka tola nothing more then that..
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 07:14 AM #9
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- Feb 13, 2009
- On the move
Dont worry these are all small steps for the PPP and the current elite in power... the big leap will come later Insha Allah there are only two ways this will end.
A real and fair general election that significantly changes the current political status...
Or (And I pray fervently things dont come to this) There will be much blood and violence either by a millitary coup or a civillian uprising the water is at boiling point and the tide has come to crash right up to the very threshold of our nations struts.Everyone knows "Jaws" was Chuck Norris's Goldfish, but not many folk know that "Godzilla" was Faris Udeen's pet Iguana.
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 08:51 AM #10
this man is funny...raisani...
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 01:55 PM #11
Unless and until voter lists are cleaned up, and election commission is made wholly independent, we will continue to see the same sheet in our parliament and senate.The Thread Killer!
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 01:58 PM #12
Think about future of Ik after this
No way without Zardari .
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 05:46 PM #13
1) As far as removal of fake votes is concerned EC is treading slowly in the matter, I dont know if they will meet their deadline of May
2) Who will (amongst the rulers) would want to have a fully independent EC?
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 10:24 PM #14
Can somebody confirm
Zulfiqar Khosa, who is governor of Punjab is also one of elected senators?Today a warning issued, for posting sarcastic remarks, good going, from now on, putting up a comment which is sarcastic is against the policy ( and i am not being sarcastic) specially if mods and admin have no idea what it means and again i am not being sarcastic
- Mar 2nd, 2012, 11:55 PM #15
Yes I have read in some newspaper that he has been elected.
- Mar 3rd, 2012, 12:09 AM #16
After the senate elections the party position in Senate is as follows:
PPP- 41 seats
PMLN- 14 seats
ANP- 12 seats
and so on...
PPP dominates Senate elections
PPP dominates Senate elections
LAHORE/KARACHI: The announcement of unofficial results of Senate elections, being held here on Friday, has completed.
Lawmakers cast their votes for candidates contesting in the Senate elections. Polling was held on 45 Senate seats, while 9 senators were elected unopposed.
The results are as follows:
PPP candidate Hari Ram Kishori Lal was elected to the minorities seat, while Sehar Kamran (PPP) and Nasreen Jalil (MQM) were elected on the women seats.
Those elected to the general seats include MQM leaders Tahir Mashadi, Mustafa Kamal and Raza Rabani, Saeed Ghani, Ajiz Dharma and Dr. Karim Khawaja from the PPP.
Muzzafar Hussain Shah from the PML-F was also elected.
Abdul Hazfeez Sheikh (PPP) and Faroog Naseem (MQM) had been elected unopposed to the technocrat seats in Sindh.
PML-N leaders Sardar Zulfiqar Khosa, Rafique Ranjwa, Zafarullah Dhandla and M Hamza were elected to the general seats.
PPP leader Babar Awan and independent candidate Mohsin Leghari were also successful.
From PML-Q, Kamil Ali Agha was elected.
Those elected unopposed include Nurdat Sadiq (PML-N), Khalida Parveen (PPP) on the women seats, while Kamran Michael (PML-N) was elected on the minorities seat.
Aitzaz Ahsan and Khalid Mohsin Qureshi from the PPP and Ishaq Dar (PML-N) were elected unopposed to the technocrat seats.
Mushahid Hussain (PML-Q) was elected unopposed to the technocrat seat, while Usman Saifullah (PPP) was elected to the general seat.
Those elected to the general senate seats in Balochistan include Mir Israrullah Zehri (BNP-Awami), Nawabzada Saifullah Magsi, Muhammad Yousuf Baloch and Sardar Fateh Muhammad Hasni from the PPP.
Syed Ul Hassan Mandokhel from the PML-Q and Hamdullah Saboor and Mufti Abdul Sattar Shahwani from JUI-F were also elected.
ANP candidate Advocate Dawood Khan Achakzai and Rozi Khan Kakar from the PPP was also successful.
Naseema Ehsan from the BNP-Awami and Rubina Irfan from the PML-Q have also been successful on the women's seat from Balochistan.
The minorities seat was won by Heman Kumar (JUI-F).
Hidayatullah, Najamul Hassan, Saleh Shah and Hilalur Rehman were elected as senators from FATA.
Rubina Khalid (PPP) and Zahida Khan (ANP) have been elected to the women seats while Amirjeet Malhotra (ANP) has been elected to the minorities seat.
Ilyas Bilour (ANP) and Farhatullah Babar (PPP) have been elected to the technocrat seats.
Shahi Syed, Baz Muhammad Khan and Azam Hoti from the ANP have been elected to the general seats while Talha Muhammad from the JUI-F was also elected.
Saifullah Bangash and Ahmed Hasan Khan from the PPP were also elected to the general seat.
Nisar Muhammad Khan (PML-N) also won a senate seat from the province.
- Mar 3rd, 2012, 03:42 AM #17Today a warning issued, for posting sarcastic remarks, good going, from now on, putting up a comment which is sarcastic is against the policy ( and i am not being sarcastic) specially if mods and admin have no idea what it means and again i am not being sarcastic
- Mar 3rd, 2012, 05:08 AM #18
Zulfiqar Khosa is the PMLN's man from South Punjab, the governor is Latif Khosa.
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