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  • Muhammad Raza Hayat Hiraj

    Born on July 21, 1969, Muhammad Raza Hayat Harraj has been elected for his first term as MNA on PPPP ticket. Later, he joined PPPP-Patriots. He currently serves as Minister of State for Overseas Pakistanis Division.
    A barrister by profession, he received his LL.B (Hons.) Degree from University of Leicester, UK in 1992. Earlier, he graduated from University of the Punjab, Lahore in 1989.
    He is married and is the father of a son and a daughter. He has visited many countries including U.K and U.S.A.

    Candidate's Party Affiliation
    Competitors as per Elections 2002
    Contact Information
    Candidate Address :
    Choki Hiraj, Tehsil Kabirwala
    District Khanewal, Punjab

    Phone No(res) :
    06512-332222

    Mobile No :
    0300-8563818

    Email :

    In Power
    He elected as member of National Assembly in 2002 elections from NA-156 , Khanewal-I
    Current Status
    Areas of Legislative Interest
    • Youth Affairs

    Membership of National Assembly Committees
    • Standing Committee on Parliamentary Affairs (Ex-Officio)

    Contact Information in Islamabad
    Room 307, Block R, Pak Secretariat,
    Islamabad
    Phone No(off): 051-9222055
    Fax No(off): 051-9222000

    House No. 15, Minister Clave
    Islamabad
    Phone No(res): 051-9222015




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