Mirza Muhammad Afridi

Mirza Muhammad Afridi

Mirza Muhammad Afridi

Mirza Muhammad Afridi is nominated for senate election of 2018 form Fata as a Independent(IND) candidate.His goal is to serve humanity by means of political strategies.

Name:Mirza Muhammad Afridi
In Urdu:مرزا محمد آفریدی
Famous As:Politician
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Serve As:Member
Joined Date :5 March 2018

Pakistani PoliticianMuhammad AfridiElection Commission of PakistanJoined PML-N Party

Nominated For Senate Election 2018

The Election Commission of Pakistan ( ECP) 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, 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, 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.[1] Nominated for Senate Election 2018

Senate Election Results 2018

Four independent candidates were elected to the Senate from Fata after bagging seven votes apiece, Dawn NewsTV reported. These were: Shammim Afridi, Mirza Muhammad Afridi, Hidayat Ullah and Hillal ur Rehman.[2]  Senate Election Results 2018 

Joined PML-N Party

Senator Mirza Mohammad Afridi, who was elected as an independent senator from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas  (FATA) on Saturday 3 March 2018, has joined the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). After a meeting with former prime minister and PML-N president Nawaz Sharif on Monday 5 March 2018, Afridi announced joining the PML-N.In the Senate polls, PML-N-backed independent candidates emerged as the largest party in the Upper House of Parliament. The party bagged a total of 15 Senate seats across the country, according to unofficial and unverified results, taking its total strength in the 104-member Senate to 33.[3] Joined PML-N Party