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Dr. Malik Mukhtar Ahmed Bharath

 
Affiliation :  Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
Party Designation :  Member: Wildlife
Constituency :  PP-28
Province :  Punjab
City :  N/A
Dr.   Malik Mukhtar Ahmed Bharath

Dr Malik Mukhtar Ahmad Bherth son of Dr Malik Ijaz Ahmad Bherth was born on September 29, 1976 in Lahore. He obtained the degree of MBBS in 2001 from Quaid-e-Azam Medical CollegeBahawalpur. A medical practitioner, who served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab during 2002-07 and also functioned as Parliamentary Secretary during 2006-07. He has returned to Punjab Assembly for the second consecutive term in general elections 2008. His father served as Member, Provincial Assembly of thePunjab during 1988-90 and 1993-96.


 
2013 Registered votes in Constituency: 170738
2013 Total Vote casted in Constituency: 103655
2013 Total Vote casted to Candidate: 39712
2013 Gov Position: N/A

2008 Registered Votes in Constituency :  179208
2008 Total Votes Casted in Constituency :  76758
2008 Total Votes Casted  to Candidate : 0
2008 Govt Position :  MPA


Other Contestants
Candidate Party Vote polled
in 2013
Dr. Malik Mukhtar Ahmed Bharath
Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
39712
HASSAN INAM PIRACHA
Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI)
0
Muhammad Rizwan Asif Ghoghiyal
Pakistan Peoples Party
0
RANA KHURSHEED ALI
JAMAAT-E-ISLAMI
0
Muhammad aaarshad Gandhi
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM)
0
Peer Syed Mudassar Shah
Sunni Tehreek
0
SHAFIQUE AHMAD QADRI
Pakistan Saraiki Party
0
MUHAMMAD ANWAR RAZA
Pakistan Freedom Party
0
MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN
Independent
0
 

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