Tehmina Daultana

Tehmina Daultana

Tehmina Daultana

Tehmina Daultana is a senior and seasoned politician associated with PML-N since 1987. She owns a strong political background, as her father, uncle, husband, and nephew all are politicians. She also served in Ministerial positions.

Her husband, Zahid Wahla, the Vice-President of PML-N, passed away on 2nd October 2004 due to blood cancer and renal failure. He was under treatment at Karachi Agha Khan Hospital but later moved to Norway for treatment, where he passed away. This article has all the information about her, including Tehmina Daultana Biography.

TitleDescription
Personal
Name:Tehmina Daultana
In Urdu:تہمینہ دولتانہ‬‎
Famous As:Politician
Nationality:Pakistani
Residence:Lahore
Education:University of the Punjab
Religion:Islam
Profession:Politician
Country :Pakistan
Province :Punjab
Constituency :NA-169 (Vehari-III)
Born
Date:1950
Career
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Serve As:Member
In Office
Role:Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan
Dates:1 June 2013
NA-169 (Vehari-III):17 March 2008 – 31 May 2013
Reserved Seat For Women:18 November 2002 – 18 November 2007
NA-130 Vehari-II:15 October 1993 – 12 October 1999

Tehmina Daultana Biography

Tehmina Daultana Biography

Tehmina is a highly educated and competent woman from Vehari and belongs to an influential political family. She joined PML-N in 1987. She has the honor to be 1st female appointed as General Secretary of PML-N’s Youth and Women wing and later designated as Vice-President of this wing.

Tehmina served as a National Assembly member from 1993 to 1996, 1997to 1999, 2002 to 2007, 2008 to 2013, and 2013-2018. She also served as State Minister for Women Development, Social Welfare, & Special Education from 1997 to 1999. Tehmina is a businesswoman associated with the hospitality sector and runs her hotels at Lahore, Murree, and Kashmir Point.

Tehmina Date of Birth

She was born to Riaz Daultana in October 1950.

Education of Tehmina

She earned a Masters’s degree in History from P.U. Lahore and a graduation degree from Kinnaird College. She completed her intermediate education from the same college while did matriculation from Lahore’s Sacred Heart School.

She completed a professional course in ‘Political Science’ from America’s State Department and another professional course NDC (New Distribution Capability) from 2004 to 2005 by the Pakistani Government.

Tehmina Daultana Family

She belongs to a political background, and her father, Riaz Daultana, served as MNA thrice. Her husband (late) was also an active politician in his area while her uncle Mumtaz Daultana served as CM Punjab and Defense Minister. Azeem Daultana is her nephew, who is National Assembly’s member and defeated her aunt from NA-168 Constituency in the 2008 elections.

Her son Mian Irfan Daultana is also following in his parents’ footsteps. Besides running the business, he is also establishing his political career and elected to Punjab Provincial Assembly in the general election 2013.

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Political Career

General Election 1993

In 1993 she got elected to Pakistan NA for 1st time from Constituency NA-130 (Vehari-II) as a PML-N candidate.

General Election 1997

In the general election 1997, she was again elected to Pakistan NA from Constituency NA-130 as a PML-N candidate and served the Ministry of Women Development, Social Welfare, & Special Education.

General Election 2002

She contested for N.A. seat as PML-N candidate from NA-168 Constituency in general election 2002 but didn’t achieve success. Later on, she was re-elected to N.A. indirectly on a women-reserved seat from Punjab.

General Election 2008

In the general election 2008, she got elected as the N.A. member as a PML-N candidate from NA-169 Constituency. She was made a federal cabinet member and designated as Minister for Culture, Science & Technology, and Women development.

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General Election 2013

She stood for the N.A. seat as a PML-N candidate from Constituency NA-169 in the general election 2013 but failed. Later she got elected to N.A. indirectly on women-reserved seats from Punjab.

Social Media Handles

Her social media account include

https://twitter.com/MadamDaultana