MNA Waheed Alam
MNA Waheed Alam

Waheed Alam Khan is a Pakistani politician and a member of Pakistan Muslim League since 2013 when he won the general elections 2013 and became the member of National Assembly.

Name:MNA Waheed Alam
In Urdu:ایم-این-اے وحید عالم
Full Name:Waheed Alam Khan
Permanent Address:H.No.1 St.No.7 Ganpat Road New Anarkali Lahore
Education:Masters in Economics
Date:1st April 1949
Place:Annarkali Bazaar Lahore
Children:1 Son
Parents:Muhammad Sharif
Siblings :Naveed Alam Khan
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League
Serve As:MNA
Time Period :2018-present
Member of the National Assembly
Constituency:NA 125
Assumed office:13th August 2018
In Office
Dates:13th August 2018
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League

Waheed Alam contested the general elections from NA 125Waheed Alam in a wedding of Mohammad AsifWaheed Alam contested the elections against Dr Yasmeen rashidWaheed Alam during a media press confrence

Waheed Alam Khan Biography

Wahid Alam is a very passionate member of Pakistan Muslim League N since 2013 when he was elected as an MNA for the first time. He was born on 1st April 1949 in Anarkali Lahore from where he completed his masters in Economics. He is the son of Mohammad Shareef and is a father of a Single Son. His brother Naveed Alam Khan died in 2015.

Waheed Alam Khan Career

Before taking an oath as an MNA Waheed Alam  also served as a Nazim of UC-72 (Anarkali) in his home town. In 2013 he contested the General Elections as a member of Pakistan Muslim League N from the Constituency NA-127 (Lahore-X) and won the seat by securing maximum votes. In 2018 General Elections he was reelected again as an MNA and again gave defeat to his competitor.

NA-125 General Elections 2018 Result

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz applicant Waheed Alam Khan conquered PTI’s Yasmeen Rashid in the General Elections 2018 from the Constituency NA 125, as indicated by authority results. As per reports Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s (PML-N) Waheed Alam Khan packed away 122327 votes while Yasmin Rashid got 105857 votes. Somewhere around 353, surveying stations were set up in the voting public.

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