- Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has stated that PTI will emerge as a number one get together in Senate.
- The chief minister congratulates Aoun Abbas Buppi who has been elected unopposed on the PTI ticket.
- Buzdar says the nation has lauded the steps taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan for ensuing and upholding transparency.
LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has stated that the ruling PTI will emerge as a number one get together within the Senate, including that by means of a “profitable technique” within the province, senators have been elected unopposed, The News reported on Sunday.
The chief minister expressed these views in a ceremony held in honour of PTI senator-elect from Punjab, Aoun Abbas Buppi at a neighborhood lodge on Saturday which was attended by provincial ministers and meeting members had been additionally current on this event.
Congratulating Aon Abbas Buppi over his election, Buzdar stated that the Opposition has at all times promoted politics of horse-trading whereas the steps being taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan for ensuing and upholding transparency within the polls have been lauded by the nation.
The corrupt parts had gathered to guard their pursuits and the Opposition had used each unfavorable tactic towards the federal government however failed, he acknowledged.
The chief minister stated that the Opposition’s politics of double requirements couldn’t hoodwink individuals as the federal government was making all-out efforts for the welfare of the individuals.
Senators elected unopposed in Punjab
On Thursday, the Election Fee Punjab introduced that every one candidates for the Senate election from Punjab have been elected unopposed.
All candidates on the technocrat and basic seats from Punjab have been elected unopposed, stated the election fee.
The candidates had been elected in any case challengers withdrew their nomination papers.
The names of the candidates who’ve been elected from Punjab are:
Azam Nazir Tarar (PML-N)
Syed Ali Zafar (PTI)
Dr Zarqa (PTI)
Saadia Abbasi (PML-N)
Sajid Mir (PML-N)
Irfan-ul-Haq Siddiqui (PML-N)
Ijaz Chaudhry (PTI)
Aun Abbas (PTI)
Kamil Ali Agha (PML-Q)
Saifullah Sarwar Niazi (PTI)
Afnanullah Khan (PML-N)
In response to the break-up, 5 Senators every from the PML-N and the PTI have been elected whereas one, Kamil Ali Agha, has been elected unopposed from the PML-Q’s platform.
The candidates, who withdrew their nomination papers on Thursday embrace Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman, Jamshed Iqbal Cheema, Zahid Hamid, Malik Zaheer Abbas Khokhar, Omar Sarfraz Cheema, Azeem-ul-Haq Minhas and Saif-ul-Malook Khokhar on basic seats.
After the withdrawal of the seven nomination papers, a complete of seven candidates had been left within the run for Senate elections on seven basic seats, who had been declared elected unopposed consequently.