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  • Ghulam Bibi

    Ghulam Bibi was born in Jhang on May 5, 1977. She was elected for her first term as MNA on a PML ticket. She currently holds the portfolio of Minister of State for Minister of State for Youth Affairs.
    An agriculturist by profession, Ghulam Bibi completed her B.A degree from Lahore College for Women, followed by Part 1 of the LL.B degree from University of the Punjab, Lahore.
    Married, she has travelled to England and Saudi Arabia.

    Candidate's Party Affiliation
    Competitors as per Elections 2002
    Contact Information
    Candidate Address :
    Mauza Satiana
    Tehsil & District Jhang, Punjab

    Phone No(res) :
    0471-627962

    Mobile No :
    0300-4102853 , 0303-6439405

    In Power

    He elected as member of National Assembly in 2002 elections from NA-87 , Jhang-III


    Current Status
    Areas of Legislative Interest
    •Religious Affairs
    • Finance
    •Law

    Membership of National Assembly Committees
    • Standing Committee on Culture, Sports, Tourism and Youth Affairs
    • Standing Committee on Education
    • Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Resources

    Contact Information in Islamabad
    Room No. 214, 2nd Floor, Block D, Pak Secretariat
    Islamabad
    Phone No(off): 051-9202676

    F-208, Parliament Lodges
    Islamabad
    Phone No(res): 051-9221761




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