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  • Brig Zulfiqar Ahmad Dhillon

    Brig.(R) Zulfiqar Ahmad Dhillon, born on October 2, 1948 in Addian village, Punjab, has been elected to the National Assembly as a PML(Q) candidate. He was elected member of the Punjab Provincial Assembly and served as Provincial Minister for Education in Punjab from 1993-1999.
    An agriculturist by profession, he completed his a B.Sc. degree from Government College Lahore in 1959 and attended Staff College, Quetta from 1972 to 1974.
    Married with a son and two daughters, Zulfiqar Ahmad Dhillon has travelled to Saudi Arabia, China and the U.S.A.
    His hobbies include reading.

    Candidate's Party Affiliation
    Competitors as per Elections 2002
    Contact Information
    Candidate Address :
    Village Addian Tehsil Ferozwala
    District Sheikhupura, Punjab

    Phone No(res) :
    04949-414150

    In Power

    He elected as member of National Assembly in 2002 elections from NA-131 , Sheikhupura-I

    Current Status
    Areas of Legislative Interest
    • No Area of Interest

    Membership of National Assembly Committees
    • Standing Committee on Defence
    • Standing Committee on Industries
    • Standing Committee on Planning and Devel

    Contact Information in Islamabad
    G-207, Parliament Lodges
    Islamabad
    Phone No(off): 051-9222490




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