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Dr Yasmin Rashid challenged the nomination papers of Ayaz Sadiq and Pervaiz Malik from NA 125

Lahore : The PTI candidate from NA -125 Dr Yasmin Rashid has challenged the nomination papers of Ayaz Sadiq and Pervaiz Malik from the said constituency stating that they had not showed their complete assets so the court stop them to contest elections . In her petition , Dr Yasmin ... Read More »

Ayaz Sadiq condoles with Asma Jahangir’s heirs

Lahore : National Assembly’s Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq here Wednesday visited the residence of famous lawyer and former President of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) late Asma Jahangir. Talking to the bereaved family members, the Speaker expressed his profound grief over the sad demise of the iconic personality of the human rights and ... Read More »

Ayaz Sadiq invites the students of Kinnaird College University to visit the Parliament

Lahore : Speaker National Assembly, Ayaz Sadiq, held an interactive session with the students at the Kinnaird College University Lahore. A small seminar was held to show solidarity with the Kashmiris which was named “We stand with the Kashmiris” where Mr. Sadiq was invited to enlighten the students about the ... Read More »

Indian war mongering will endanger peace in South Asia : Ayaz Sadiq

Lahore : Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has said that Indian war mongering will endanger not just the South Asian region but also the world at large. He urged that Pakistan has shown restraint up till now but any aggression from India will meet with full force. Pakistani nation ... Read More »

British Member of Parliament calls on Speaker National Assembly

Lahore : Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has said that the role of Pakistani community in UK is central to Pakistan’s outreach to United Kingdom as Britain hosts largest Pakistani community anywhere in the world. He was speaking to Ms. Tasmeena Sheikh, Member of British Parliament who called on ... Read More »

President Masood Khan calls on Speaker Ayaz Sadiq

Lahore : The Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has sent letters to the Speakers of 196 Parliaments to highlight the rampant, unending and gross human rights abuse in Indian Occupied Kashmir and to garner diplomatic and political support for the freedom struggle of Kashmiri people. He said that Kashmir ... Read More »

1st SAARC Young Parliamentarians’ Conference 2016 concludes in Islamabad

Lahore : Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has expressed his belief that it is up to the parliamentarians to resolve the issues in the battlefield or through dialogue. He stressed on the need to give a fair share to women in the politics as well as in the inter-parliamentary ... Read More »

PTI challenges Ayaz Sadiq victory in the bye-election of NA-122

Lahore: Pakistan Tehrek-e-Insaf has filed a petition to challenge Ayaz Sadiq victory in the bye-election of NA-122 and prayed that ECP to null & void the result for transferring of more than 22 thousands of votes.The petition contained 800 pages in which  it was claimed that 30500 votes were transferred,added and cancelled from ... Read More »

Aleem Khan to challenge Ayaz Sadiq success in Election Commission

Lahore: Chairman PTI Imran Khan has asked Aleem Khan to challenge Ayaz Sadiq’s success in the bye election of NA-122 in Election Commission. He gave this advise to Aleem Khan after having a detailed discussion today here in Lahore. The losing candidate Aleem Khan briefed Imran Khan that PTI legal team ... Read More »

Ayaz Sadiq should be elected unanimously:Ch Parvez Elahi

Lahore: Pakistan Muslim League (PML) senior central leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Ch Parvez Elahi held meetings with Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah and Tehrik-e-Insaaf Parliamentary Leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi and discussed with them bringing National Assembly Speaker by consensus. He first met Syed Khurshid Shah ... Read More »

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