Quratulain Marri
Quratulain Marri

Quratulain Marri is a Pakistan Politician.She belongs to Sindh political party Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).She is elected for Senate of Pakistan, 5 March 2018.

Name:Quratulain Marri
In Urdu:قرۃ العین‬‎
Famous As:Politician
Political Party:Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)
Serve As:Member
In Office
Role:Member of the Senate of Pakistan
Dates:March 2018

Political Career

Quratulain Marri was nominated for the Senate of Pakistan as a candidate of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) on reserved seat for women from Sindh in Pakistani Senate election, 2018.[1]  Political Career 

Nominated for Senate Election 2018

The Pakistan People’s Party has finalized the names of its candidates for the award of tickets to contest elections on 12 seats of the Senate of Pakistan belonging to the Sindh province.The two candidates awarded tickets against the women seats are Krishna Kohli and Quratulain Marri. The one candidate of the party for seat of minorities is Anwar Lal Dean. These candidates are likely to submit their nomination papers in the office of Provincial Election Commissioner Sindh as they will visit the Election Commission office in the form of a delegation led by the Sindh chief minister.[2]  Nominated for Senate Election 2018 

Senate Election Results 2018

Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has officially announced the results of senate election 2018 on seats of general, technocrat, non-Muslim and women reserved seats from Sindh.
According to ECP, the seven winning candidates on general seats from Sindh were Mian Raza Rabbani, Syed Muhammad Ali Shah Jamot, Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah, Muhammad Farogh Naseem, Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar, Moula Bux Chandio and Imamuddin Shouqeen.On two reserved seats for technocrat/Ulema, the winning candidates were Dr Sikandar Mandhro and Rukhsana Zuberi. On two reserved seats for women Quratulain Marri and Keshoo Bai got success while Anwar Lal Dean was elected on one non-Muslim seat from Sindh.
On general seats number of valid votes were 147, on technocrat seats number of valid votes were 154 and on women reserved seats number of valid votes were 155 while on non-Muslim seat the number of valid votes were 148.[3]  Senate Election Results 2018 

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