Akram Ansari (Politician)

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Haji Muhammad Akram Ansari also famous as a Akram Ansari is a Pakistani politician.Akram Ansari is the current Minister of State for Commerce and Textile in office from August 2017.He was also elected as a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan (MNA) from 2008. Before that, he has was a member of the National Assembly from 1990 to 1999.
  • Personal
  • Name:

    Akram Ansari

  • Famous As:

    اکرم انصاری‬‎

  • Nationality:

    Pakistani

  • Residence:

    Faisalabad

  • Religion:

    Islam

  • Profession:

    Politics

  • Born
  • Date:

    4 April 1954

  • Career
  • Political Party:

    Pakistan Muslim League (N)

  • Serve As:

    Leader

  • Member of the National Assembly
  • Constituency:

    NA-63 (Faisalabad-VII)

  • Member of the provincial Assembly
  • Constituency:

    NA-85 (Faisalabad-XI)

  • In Office
  • Role:

    Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan

  • Dates:

    1990–1999

  • In Office 2
  • Role:

    Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan

  • Dates:

    2008

  • Elected As:

    Minister of State for Commerce and Textile

  • Dates:

    4 August 2017

  • President:

    Mamnoon Hussain

  • Prime Minister:

    Shahid Khaqan Abbasi

  • Constituency :

    NA-85 (Faisalabad-XI)

Biography

He is one of the senior members of the part Pakistan Muslim league (N) and a very seasoned politician with regards to election.Well educated and from a respectable family.He was born on 4 April 1954.

Political Career

Election 2008

Haji Akram Ansari, who has returned to the National Assembly four times from this constituency, has been preferred by the party to stalwart Raja Nadir Pervez, who won the 2002 general elections when Akram Ansari, being non-graduate, was sidelined.Haji Akram returned to the National Assembly from NA-63, which is now NA-85, from Islami Jamhoori Ittehad’s platform in 1988 and 1990 general elections by bagging 45,962 and 60,983 votes, respectively. He was again elected to the National Assembly from the same constituency in 1993 and 1997 on PML-N’s ticket by obtaining 62,592 and 62, 963 votes.[1] Career His career in politics began when he decided to join PML(N) in 2008. He was given the ticket to contest elections in that same year. Being his first experience in the elections, he was remarkably able to win by beating his rival and thus became a member of national assembly (MNA). In 2008, the candidate of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) (PMLN), Haji Muhammad Akram Ansari was succeeded by getting 72200 votes.[2] Votes

Election 2013

In the next elections, in 2013, it came as no surprise when he was given the ticket to contest in the elections. PML N wasn’t disappointed this time around either as he was able to defeat his PTI rival this time around and secured his place in the National assembly. It is said that wanted to run for 2002 elections but didn’t have the degree at the time. He was also appointed as minister of state for commerce and textile.[3]  Election 2008 

Visited NTU Faisalabad

Visited NTU Faisalabad
Visited NTU Faisalabad
State Minister for Commerce and Textile Industry, Haji Muhamad Akram visited National Textile University, Faisalabad on Friday, October 27, 2017. On his visit, he said that textile industry is the backbone for the economic development of a country. He said that the country was facing many problems back in 2013 but because of the progressive policies of the current government, there is not only significant decrease in the load shedding but the law and order situation of the country is also good. Providing uninterrupted electricity to textile industry has been ensured in this tenure. Knowing the challenges being faced by textile industry was the objective of his visit so that the adequate policies may be set to take textile industry from its current ailment, said the minister. On this occasion, Prof. Dr. Tanveer Hussain, Rector NTU briefed him about the current development projects and challenges being faced by NTU. Member Board of Governors, Mian Muhammad Latif, and Registrar, Dr. Zafar Javed were also present on the occasion.[4]  Visited NTU Faisalabad 

Contact Information

  1. Permanent Address: House.No.1077-D, Raja Chowk G.M. Abad, Faisalabad
  2. Local Address: F-210, Parliament Lodges, Ibd
  3. Contact Number: +92 41 2681949, +92 41 2691949
  4. Mobile Number:+92 300 6602549[5]  Contact Information 

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