Saira, Fayyaz bag PML-N tick­ets


Most of the po­lit­i­cal par­ties have not yet awarded tick­ets to their po­ten­tional can­di­dates, ac­cept PML-N which has awarded ticket for NA-102 to out­go­ing MNA Saira Afzal Tarar, out­go­ing MPA Ma­lik Fayyaz Ah­mad Awan, ex-District Pres­i­dent District PPP, Hafizabad, for PP-105, Mian In­ti­sar Hus­sain for NA-103, out­go­ing MPA Asad Ul­lah Arian for PP-106 and out­go­ing MPA Mian Shahid Hus­sain Bhatti for NA-103.

The PML-Q has also awarded party ticket for NA102 to its District Pres­i­dent Ch. Me­hdi Has­san Bhatti, Dr. Muza­far Ali Shiekh for PP-105, Rai Ri­asat Ali Kharal for PP106, Syed Shoaib Shah for PP- 107 and out­go­ing MNA Ch. Li­aquat Ab­bas Bhatti for NA103. Ac­cord­ing to in­sid­ers, PML-Q lead­ers were also in touch with PTI high com­mand to get ticket for all the five con­stituen­cies but they were of­fered three seats.

Ac­cord­ing to a leader of PML-Q Hafizabad, with the con­di­tion of anonymity, if they suc­ceeded in get­ting tick­ets for all the five con­stituen­cies from PTI, the group would file their nom­i­na­tion pa­pers as PTI can­di­dates, oth­er­wise, they would say good bye to PML-Q also and file their nom­i­na­tion pa­pers as In­de­pen­dent can­di­dates on Sun­day. ***** Ac­qui­si­tion of mod­ern ed­u­ca­tion and tech­nol­ogy was ‘sine qua non’ for the progress, sta­bil­ity and na­tional co­he­sion, de­clared DCO Dr. Farah Ma­sood here to­day. While ad­dress­ing 16th Foun­da­tion Day and An­nual Prize Distri­bu­tion of DPS Hafizabad, she urged the stu­dents to con­cen­trate on their stud­ies as well as to take part is co-cur­ric­u­lar ac­tiv­i­ties to brighten their ca­reer as well as to come up to the ex­pec­ta­tions of their par­ents.

***** DPO Hafizabad Go­har Mushtaq Bhutta has warned that he would show zero tol­er­ance to cor­rupt and neg­li­gent of­fi­cials. Ad­dress­ing of­fice-bear­ers of Con­cil­i­a­tion Com­mit­tees of the district, he stressed upon t hem to use their good of­fices in mak­ing con­cil­i­a­tion among the par­ties in petty cases.

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