Punjab Assembly: PPP wins reserved seat after draw

The draw was between Tanzeela Amir Cheema of PML-N and Belum Hasnain of PPP, who won.


Web Desk June 01, 2013
The draw was between two females. PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) won a reserved seat for women after a draw conducted by the Punjab election commission during the inaugural session of Punjab Assembly, reported Express News on Saturday.

The draw was between Tanzeela Amir Cheema of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Belum Hasnain of PPP.

The reserved seat was won by Belum Hasnain.

There are 70 reserved seats in the NA, 60 for women and 10 for minorities. There are 137 seats reserved for women in the four provincial assemblies.

In the Punjab Assembly, 61 seats are reserved for women, 37 seats in the Sindh Assembly, 25 in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly and 14 seats in the Balochistan Assembly.

COMMENTS (4)

Mirza | 8 years ago | Reply

After taking the beating from TTP and in elections it looks like a good day for PPP today. They won two NA and two Sindh seats in the elections today and one by toss in Punjab. The best of all they defeated the lota pir, feudal and turncoat in Sindh. The reason he contested from multiple seats is he was not sure he would win any seat for sure. Looking at the results of Sindh today, PPP should make seat adjustment with ANP for all by-elections and there would be dozens of seats to go for.

Shahid Bhatti | 8 years ago | Reply

Proportional to the total seats of a party in the house

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