Hilal-ur-Rehman is a Pakistani politician.He is a member of Senate of Pakistan from March 2012.He is an independent candidate.

In Urdu:ہلال الرحمان‬
Famous As:Politician
Tenure:March 2012 to March 2018
Party:Independent (IND)
Seat Description:General
Oath Taking Date:12-03-2012

Pakistani PoliticianMeetingFATA SenatorsWith Other LeaderSenator Hilal-ur-Rehman called on the Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Iqbal Zafar Jhagra in Peshawar

Political Career

He was elected to the Senate of Pakistan as an independent candidate in Pakistani Senate election, 2012.[1] Political Career He was elected as a member of senate during the senate elections of 2012. His tenure ends in March 2018. Currently he is associated with a number of committees of Senate, namely; Gas Infra Structure Development Cess Bill, 2015, National Health Services Regulations and Coordination, Parliamentary Affairs, Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges. He is also serving as the chairperson of States and Frontier Regions committee.[2] Elected as

Committee Member

  1. States and Frontier Regions (Chairperson Committee) 
  2. Council of Chairmen
  3. Gas Infra Structure Development Cess Bill, 2015
  4. National Health Services Regulations and Coordination
  5. Parliamentary Affairs
  6. Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges[3]  Committee Member 

Nominated For Senate Election

The ECP considered 23 nomination papers as valid for Senate elections from Federally Administered Tribal Areas ( FATA).According to ECP, the commission also rejected the nominations papers of four candidates for FATA Senate elections.It said that the validly nominated candidates for elections to senate from FATA’s General seats included Sajid Hussain Turi, Hidayat Ullah, Shammim Afridi, Mirza Muhammad Afridi, Hillal ur Rehman, Malik Najam-ul-Hassan, Shoaib Hassan, Tahir Iqbal, Abdul Raziq, Syed Akhonzada Chittan,Saleh, Faiz ur Rehman, Said Jamal, Shahid Hussain, Pir Muhammad Aqal Shah, Shahban Ali, Haji Khan, Zia ur Rehman, Malik Afzal Din Khan, Syed Ghazi Ghazan Jamal, Farhad Shahbab, Jangriz Khan and Nizam Uddin Khan.It said that the nomination papers of four candidates have been rejected by the commission for FATA Senate elections included Irfan Ullah, Haider Shah, Adnan Sattar and Shah Khalid.[4] Senate Election

Senate Election Results 2018

The results of Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) seats were the first to come out. As many as 25 candidates contested for the four Senate seats from Fata. The four candidates who won the Senate election from Fata according to unofficial results, are Shamim Afridi, Hidayatullah, Hilal-ur-Rehman and Mirza Mohammad Afridi.[5] Senate Election Results 2018