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Rana Ejaz Ahmad Noon

Affiliation :  Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
Party Designation :  Member: Services & General Administration , Religious Affairs and Auqaf
Constituency :  PP-204
Province :  Punjab
City :  N/A
Rana Ejaz Ahmad Noon

Rana Ejaz Ahmad Noon son of Rana Shaukat Hayat Noon was born on April 8, 1968 at Multan. He graduated in 1989 from Government College, Lahore. An agriculturist, who served as Member, District Council during 1998-99; as Nazim, Union Council during 2001-02; and as Chairman, Market Committee, Shujaabad, Multan during 2003-04. He served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab during 2002-07 and has returned to the Punjab Assembly for the second consecutive term in general elections 2008. He belongs to a famous political family of Multan, his father was a Member of National Assembly during 1985-88, his grandfather, Rana Shafi Ahmad Noon was Senior Vice Chairman of District Multan during 1952; his granduncle, Rana Gul Muhammad Noon was a Member of Punjab Legislative Assembly during 1951-55 and a Member of Provincial Assembly of West Pakistan during 1956-58; his uncle, Rana Taj Ahmed Noon was MNA during 1972-77, 1977 and 1988-90.

2013 Registered votes in Constituency: 156298
2013 Total Vote casted in Constituency: 92528
2013 Total Vote casted to Candidate: 26632
2013 Gov Position: N/A

2008 Registered Votes in Constituency :  157032
2008 Total Votes Casted in Constituency :  64672
2008 Total Votes Casted  to Candidate : 0
2008 Govt Position :  MPA

Other Contestants
Candidate Party Vote polled
in 2013
Rana Ejaz Ahmad Noon
Pakistan Muslim League (PML N)
Pakistan Tehreek e Insaaf (PTI)
Rana Sohail Ahmed Noon
Pakistan Peoples Party
Haji Muhammad Khalid Mayo
Chaudhry Abdul Majeed Mehno
Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM)
Rana Shafiq
Jamiat Ulamai Islam Pakistan
Chaudhary Javed Akhtar Mayo
Rana Qasim Noon

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