NA 54 Rawalpindi-V
NA 54 is constituency for the seat of Pakistan’s National Assembly. It is also known as NA 54 Rawalpindi-V. There are total seven National Assembly seats in Rawalpindi and NA 54 is fifth of these seven seats from Rawalpindi District of Punjab Province.
This constituency for the National Assembly of Pakistan remained bastion of left-wing Pakistan People’s Party in the beginning but later on shifted toward conservative parties like IJI. In 1977 General Elections, when this constituency was named as NA-40, Abdul Qayyum Butt of PPP won the seat. In 1985 Election, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan won the seat as an Independent Candidate started his political career. In 1988, Nisar Ali Khan again won the seat on IJI ticket. In 1990 Elections, Nisar Ali Khan won the seat for third consecutive time on IJI Ticket. Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan contested 1993 Election from this constituency on PML-N ticket and won for the fourth consecutive time. In 1997 Election, Nissar Ali Khan won the seat for fifth consecutive time.
In 2002 the constituency was named as NA-54 and PPP’s Zamurd Khan won the seat because there was no Nissar Ali Khan. In 2008 Election, Malik Ibrar Ahmad of PML-N won the seat. In 2013 General Election again Malik Ibrar Ahmad won the seat on PML-N Ticket.
- 1977 Election Winner: Abdul Qayyum Butt (PPP)
- 1985 Election Winner: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan (Independent)
- 1988 Election Winner: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan (IJI)
- 1990 Election Winner: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan (IJI)
- 1993 Election Winner: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan (PML-N)
- 1997 Election Winner: Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan (PML-N)
- 2002 Election Winner: Zamurd Khan (PPP)
- 2008 Election Winner: Malik Ibrar Amhad (PML-N)
- 2013 Election Winner: Malik Ibrar Amhad (PML-N)
The areas/localities of this constituency are mainly around National Highway N5 bordering NA 55 and NA 56. This constituency mainly includes the Rawalpindi Cantt area but excluding some census charges of Rawalpindi District.
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