Haseena Begum
Haseena Begum

   
Haseena Begum is a Pakistani Politician who is serving as a member of the Provincial Assembly while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League N for a long time. She is a former member of Labor and Human Resource and Labor Councillor of the Local government. This article contains all the information about her including Haseena Begum Biography.

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Personal
Name: Haseena Begum
In Urdu: حسینہ بیگم
Famous As: Politician
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Bahawalpur
Religion: Islam
Profession: Politician
Born
Date: 1st January 1961
Place: Bahawalpur
Family
Ethnicity: Asian
Spouse: Married
Children: 8
Career
Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League N
Serve As: MPA
Time Period : 2018-present
Old Political Affiliations: Pakistan Muslim League N
Member of the provincial Assembly
Constituency: Reserved seat for women
Assumed office: 29 May 2013 – 31 May 2018
In Office
Dates: 29 May 2013 – 31 May 2018
Prime Minister: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi / Nawaz Sharif
Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League N

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Haseena Begum Biography

Haseena Begum also known as Haseena Naaz hails from Bahawalpur is a Pakistani Politician who is currently functioning as a member of the Provincial Assembly after winning Pakistan General Elections while being affiliated with Pakistan Muslim League N and has returned to the Assembly for the second time. She served as a candidate of Bait-ul-Maal and Auqaf Committees Bahawalpur. She is a widow who is blessed with 8 Children.

Haseena date of birth

She was born on 1st January 1961 in Bahawalpur. Currently, she still resides there with her family from where she also contests the Elections.

Political Career

  • She started her political career in 2001 by serving as a Councillor, Union Council No.4 Bahawalpur. Later she was appointed as a Labor Councillor of the Local government in 2005. She has likewise served as a candidate of Bait-ul-Maal and Auqaf Committees Bahawalpur. 
  • She ran for the seat of the Provincial Assembly for the first time in 2013 Pakistan General Elections on a reserved seat for women while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League N and gave defeat to her opponent. She worked as a member of Labor and Human Resource.
  • She is again elected as a member of the Provincial Assembly in 2018 Pakistan General Elections on a reserved seat for women from the Constituency W-327 while being affiliated with the same party.

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