Lahore: Senior leader of PPP from Multan, Rai Mansab Ali Khan called on Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif at Model Town, here today and announced to join PML-N.
While welcoming joining PML-N by Rai Mansab Ali, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that PML-N has become the most popular political party of the country and with the joining of Rai Mansab Ali Khan, it would further strengthen. He said that the candidates of PML-N would win the forthcoming general elections with a heavy majority.
While speaking on the occasion, Rai Mansab Ali Khan said that PML-N, under the leadership of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, can take the country out of crisis. He said that PML-N has completed public welfare projects in the real sense. Senior Advisor, Senator Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa, Senator Ch. Jaffer Iqbal and other leaders of PML-N were also present on the occasion.
Rai Mansab Ali, son of Rai Mauj-ud-Din, was born on August 18, 1948. He obtained the degree of LL.B. in 1982 from Government Willayat Hussain College, Multan. An agriculturist, who has been elected as Member Provincial Assembly of the Punjab in General Elections 2002.He had functioned as Parliamentary Secretary for Cooperatives since December 5, 2006.
Rai Mansab Ali in October 2011 announced to join the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP).He made the announcement during a public meeting at Billiwala in the presence of former Prime Minister Syed Yosuf Raza Gilani. At that time ,Rai Mansab Ali pledged to work for the party as a party worker to serve people. He had joined politics from the PPP platform. However, later he joined the Pakistan Muslim League-Q and served as a provincial minister during the Musharraf regime and then the Pakistan Muslim League-N. During the elections Bucheki has housed the head quarters of the constituencies of both national assembly (NA 137) and provincial assembly (PP 174). In the past Bucheki has played a crucial part for the constituency by electing famous names such as Rana Shaukat Mahmood, Hanif Ramay, Rai Mansub Ali Khan and a lot of other who have come and gone.