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Sahib Zaman

 
Affiliation :  Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
Party Designation :  N/A
Constituency :  PK-72
Province :  KPK
City :  N/A


 
2013 Registered votes in Constituency: 108129
2013 Total Vote casted in Constituency: 40072
2013 Total Vote casted to Candidate: 0
2013 Gov Position: N/A

2008 Registered Votes in Constituency :  92324
2008 Total Votes Casted in Constituency :  43857
2008 Total Votes Casted  to Candidate : 10437
2008 Govt Position :  N/A


Other Contestants
Candidate Party Vote polled
in 2013
Sahib Zaman
Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
0
SYED MUNIR AGHA
Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI)
0
Muhammad Shoaib Khan
Pakistan Peoples Party
0
Alhaj Yousaf Khan
JAMAAT-E-ISLAMI
0
Rast Baz Khan
Awami National Party
0
Malik Shoukat Ullah Khan Advocate
Pakhtoonkhawa Milli Awami Party
0
Malik Rehman Ullah Khan Barakzai
All Pakistan Muslim league (APML)
0
Hamid Shah
Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal
0
Hamid Shah
Jamiat Ulamai Islam Pakistan
0
Adnan Khan
Independent
0
Asghar Ali Khan
Independent
0
Asti Khan
Independent
0
Dr. Raham Baz Khan
Independent
0
Hazrat Bibi
Independent
0
Javed Khan
Independent
0
Malik Maveez Khan
Independent
0
Muhammad Jaffar Shah
Independent
0
Rahmatullah Khan
Independent
0
Raibullah
Independent
0
Shah Muhammad Khan
Independent
0
Syed Farid Ullah Shah
Independent
0
Umer Jan
Independent
0
 

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