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ECP allocates 34 reserved seats for women in NA from Punjab, Sindh.

The Election Commission of Pakistan has announced the allotment of twenty reserved seats for women in the National Assembly from Punjab and fourteen from Sindh. According to ECP spokesperson, the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz received seventeen seats, with one seat each allocated to the Pakistan People's Party, the Pakistan Muslim League, and Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party. Pakistan People's Party has been allocated ten reserved seats for women, while four have been granted to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement from Sindh. Meanwhile, the Commission issued the notification of the winners of eleven reserved seats for women and three seats for non-Muslims in Balochistan Assembly. As per the ECP spokesperson, the PPPP secured three seats for women, PML-N also obtained three, JUI-P got two seats while ANP and NP secured one seat for each in the Balochistan Assembly. PPPP women included Ghazala Gola Begum, Meena, Shehnaz Umrani and the three women elected on reserved seats from PML-N included Rahila Hameed Khan Durrani, Hadia Nawaz and Rubaba Khan. The women elected on special seats for Balochistan Assembly from Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam include Shahida Rauf and Safia. Salma Bibi and Ume Kalsoom were declared victorious for the reserved seats for women in the Balochistan Assembly from the Awami National Party and National Party. Sanjay Kumar affiliated with PPPP, Patrick Sant Masih of PML-N, and Ravi Pahuja from JUI-P have notified winners of reserved seats for Non-Muslims in the Balochistan Assembly. Source: Radio Pakistan

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