LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan will be contesting general elections on four National Assembly constituencies in Lahore, Mianwali, Rawalpindi and Peshawar.
In Lahore’s constituency NA-126, Imran Khan will be competing against Khwaja Ahmed Hasaan or Umer Sohail Butt of Pakistan Muslim League-N, and Munawar Anjum or Aslam Gul of Pakistan People’s Party.
The PML-Q has, under a seat adjustment, agreed not to field its contender from NA-126 against the PPP’s candidate.
In elections-2008 Umer Sohail Butt of PML-N had won NA-126 Lahore.
According to the decision of PTI’s parliamentary board, Imran Khan will contest the upcoming general elections from NA-126 Lahore, NA-71 Mianwali, NA-56 Rawalpindi, and NA-1 Peshawar.
Story first published: 27th March 2013