List of members of the 14th National Assembly of Pakistan

Last updated on 3 October 2017
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Party Seats Party Seats
PML (N) 189 ANP 2
PPP 47 PML (Z) 1
PTI 32 NP 1
MQM 24 AML 1
JUI (F) 14 QWP 1
PML (F) 5 BNP 1
PkMAP 3 AJIP 1
JI 4 APML 1
PML (Q) 2 Independents 9
NPP 2 Total = 340

The 14th Parliament of Pakistan is the legislature of Pakistan following the 2013 general election of members of parliament (MPs) to the National Assembly of Pakistan, the lower house of the bicameral Majlis-e-Shura. The National Assembly is a democratically elected body consisting of 342 members, who are referred to as Members of the National Assembly (MNAs), of which 272 are directly elected members; 70 reserved seats for women and religious minorities are allocated to the political parties according to their proportion of the total vote.[1]

The election saw each of Parliament's 272 geographical constituencies return one MP to the National Assembly. It resulted in a Pakistan Muslim League (N) majority, and a massive loss of seats for the Pakistan Peoples Party. Pakistan Muslim League (N) became the single largest party, though without an overall majority. The Pakistan Muslim League (N) won 188 seats in the National Assembly through a simple majority.[2] This resulted in a hung parliament. A coalition agreement was then formed following negotiations with the independent candidates who joined the PML(N) which allowed party to form a simple-majority government by bringing on-board nineteen independent candidates, thirteen more than the minimum required to form a government.[3] This swing ultimately resulted in Nawaz Sharif becoming the new Prime Minister of Pakistan for the third time.[4] Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah won a PPP leadership vote to succeed Nisar Ali Khan as permanent Leader of the Opposition.[5] Ayaz Sadiq and Murtaza Javed Abbasi of PML-N elected as the legislature’s speaker and deputy speaker, respectively.[6]

Members of the 14th National Assembly took oath on 1 June 2013,[7] and marked the historic constitutional transition of power from one democratically-elected government to another for the first time in the history of Pakistan.[8]

In July 2017, the Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from holding membership of the National Assembly following an investigation on corruption allegations regarding his family's wealth, forcing him to resign as Prime Minister.[9] Shahid Khaqan Abbasi was elected by the National Assembly as the new Prime Minister on 1 August 2017.[10]

Members

Region Constituency Political party Member Assumed office Ref.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-1 (Peshawar-I) Awami National Party Ghulam Ahmad Bilour [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [11]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-2 (Peshawar-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Hamid-ul-Haq 1 June 2013 [12]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-3 (Peshawar-III) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Sajid Nawaz 1 June 2013 [13]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-4 (Peshawar-IV)
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-5 (Nowshera-I) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khattak [Note 1] 23 September 2013 [14]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-6 (Nowshera-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Siraj Muhammad Khan 1 June 2013 [15]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-7 (Charsadda-I) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Muhammad Gohar Shah 1 June 2013 [16]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-8 (Charsadda-II) Qaumi Watan Party Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao 1 June 2013 [17]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-9 (Mardan-I) Awami National Party Ameer Haider Khan Hoti 1 June 2013 [18]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-10 (Mardan-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Ali Muhammad Khan 1 June 2013 [19]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-11 (Mardan-III) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Mujahid Ali 1 June 2013 [20]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-12 (Swabi-I) Awami Jamhuri Ittehad Pakistan Usman Khan Tarrakai 1 June 2013 [21]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-13 (Swabi-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Aqibullah [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [22]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-14 (Kohat) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Shehryar Khan Afridi 1 June 2013 [23]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-15 (Karak) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Nasir Khan Khattak 1 June 2013 [24]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-16 (Hangu) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Khial Zaman Orakzai 1 June 2013 [25]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-17 (Abbottabad-I) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Muhammad Azhar Jadoon 1 June 2013 [26]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-18 (Abbottabad-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Murtaza Javed Abbasi 1 June 2013 [27]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-19 (Haripur) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Babar Nawaz Khan [Note 1] 6 November 2015 [28]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-20 (Mansehra-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sardar Muhammad Yousuf 1 June 2013 [29]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-21 (Mansehra-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Safdar Awan 1 June 2013 [30]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-22 (Battagram) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Qari Muhammad Yousuf 1 June 2013 [31]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-23 (Kohistan) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sar Zamin Khan 1 June 2013 [32]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-24 (D.I.Khan) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Fazl-ur-Rehman 5 June 2013 [33]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-25 (D.I.Khan-Tank) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Dawar Khan Kundi [Note 1] 25 September 2013 [34]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-26 (Bannu) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Akram Khan Durrani 1 June 2013 [35]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-27 (Lakki Marwat) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Amirullah Marwat [Note 1] 26 September 2013 [36]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-28 (Buner) Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sher Akbar Khan 1 June 2013 [37]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-29 (Swat-I) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Murad Saeed 1 June 2013 [38]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-30 (Swat-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Salim Rehman 1 June 2013 [39]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-31 (Shangla) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ibad Ullah 1 June 2013 [40]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-32 (Chitral) All Pakistan Muslim League Shahzada Iftikhar Uddin 1 June 2013 [41]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-33 (Upper Dir) Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sahabzada Tariq Ullah 1 June 2013 [42]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-34 (Lower Dir) Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Sahibzada Muhammad Yaqoob 1 June 2013 [43]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-35 (Malakand) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Junaid Akbar 1 June 2013 [44]
FATA NA-36 (Mohmand Agency) Independent Bilal Rehman 1 June 2013 [45]
FATA NA-37 (Kurram Agency) Independent Sajid Hussain 1 June 2013 [46]
FATA NA-38 (Kurram Agency) [Note 2] [47]
FATA NA-39 (Orakzai Agency) Independent Ghazi Ghulab Jamal 1 June 2013 [48]
FATA NA-40 (North Waziristan Agency) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Nazeer Khan 1 June 2013 [49]
FATA NA-41 (South Waziristan Agency) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ghalib Khan 1 June 2013 [50]
FATA NA-42 (South Waziristan Agency) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Muhammad Jamal ud Din 1 June 2013 [51]
FATA NA-43 (Bajaur Agency) Independent Bismillah Khan 1 June 2013 [52]
FATA NA-44 (Bajaur Agency) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shahab Uddin 1 June 2013 [53]
FATA NA-45 (Khyber Agency) Independent Alhaj Shah Gee Gul Afridi 1 June 2013 [54]
FATA NA-46 (Khyber Agency) Independent Nasir Khan [Note 3] 12 June 2013 [55]
FATA NA-47 (Frontier Regions) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Qaiser Jamal 1 June 2013 [56]
Islamabad NA-48 (Islamabad-I) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Asad Umar [Note 1] 16 September 2013 [57]
Islamabad NA-49 (Islamabad-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tariq Fazal Chaudhry 1 June 2013 [58]
Punjab NA-50 (Rawalpindi-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi 1 June 2013 [59]
Punjab NA-51 (Rawalpindi-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Javed Ikhlas 1 June 2013 [60]
Punjab NA-52 (Rawalpindi-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nisar Ali Khan 1 June 2013 [61]
Punjab NA-53 (Rawalpindi-IV) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Ghulam Sarwar Khan 1 June 2013 [62]
Punjab NA-54 (Rawalpindi-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Ibrar Ahmed 1 June 2013 [63]
Punjab NA-55 (Rawalpindi-VI) Awami Muslim League (Pakistan) Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad 1 June 2013 [64]
Punjab NA-56 (Rawalpindi-VII) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Imran Khan 19 June 2013 [65]
Punjab NA-57 (Attock-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sheikh Aftab Ahmed 19 June 2013 [66]
Punjab NA-58 (Attock-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Ihtebar Khan 1 June 2013 [67]
Punjab NA-59 (Attock-III) Independent Muhammad Zain Elahi 1 June 2013 [68]
Punjab NA-60 (Chakwal-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tahir Iqbal 1 June 2013 [69]
Punjab NA-61 (Chakwal-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sardar Mumtaz Khan 1 June 2013 [70]
Punjab NA-62 (Jhelum-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Khadim Hussain 1 June 2013 [71]
Punjab NA-63 (Jhelum-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nawabzada Raja Matloob Mehdi [Note 1] 8 September 2016 [72]
Punjab NA-64 (Sargodha-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Amin Ul Hasnat Shah 1 June 2013 [73]
Punjab NA-65 (Sargodha-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mohsin Shahnawaz Ranjha 1 June 2013 [74]
Punjab NA-66 (Sargodha-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Hamid Hameed 1 June 2013 [75]
Punjab NA-67 (Sargodha-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Zulfiqar Ali Bhatti 1 June 2013 [76]
Punjab NA-68 (Sargodha-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sardar Shafqat Hayat Khan [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [77]
Punjab NA-69 (Khushab-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Uzair Khan [Note 1] 27 January 2014 [78]
Punjab NA-70 (Khushab-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Shakir Bashir Awan 1 June 2013 [79]
Punjab NA-71 (Mianwali-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Obaidullah Shadikhel [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [80]
Punjab NA-72 (Mianwali-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Amjad Ali 1 June 2013 [81]
Punjab NA-73 (Bhakkar-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Abdul Majeed Khan 1 June 2013 [82]
Punjab NA-74 (Bhakkar-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Afzal Khan Dhandla 1 June 2013 [83]
Punjab NA-75 (Faisalabad-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ghulam Rasool Sahi 1 June 2013 [84]
Punjab NA-76 (Faisalabad-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Tallal Chaudry 1 June 2013 [85]
Punjab NA-77 (Faisalabad-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Asim Nazir 1 June 2013 [86]
Punjab NA-78 (Faisalabad-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rajab Ali Khan 1 June 2013 [87]
Punjab NA-79 (Faisalabad-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Shehbaz Babar 1 June 2013 [88]
Punjab NA-80 (Faisalabad-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Muhammad Farooq 1 June 2013 [89]
Punjab NA-81 (Faisalabad-VII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nisar Ahmad Jutt 1 June 2013 [90]
Punjab NA-82 (Faisalabad-VIII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Afzal Khan 1 June 2013 [91]
Punjab NA-83 (Faisalabad-IX) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Abdul Manan [Note 4] 30 August 2013 [92]
Punjab NA-84 (Faisalabad-X) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Abid Sher Ali 1 June 2013 [93]
Punjab NA-85 (Faisalabad-XI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Akram Ansari 1 June 2013 [94]
Punjab NA-86 (Jhang-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Qaiser Ahmed Sheikh 1 June 2013 [95]
Punjab NA-87 (Jhang-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ghulam Muhammad Lali 1 June 2013 [96]
Punjab NA-88 (Jhang-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ghulam Bibi Bharwana 1 June 2013 [97]
Punjab NA-89 (Jhang-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sheikh Muhammad Akram 1 June 2013 [98]
Punjab NA-90 (Jhang-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sahibzada Muhammad Nazeer Sultan 1 June 2013 [99]
Punjab NA-91 (Jhang-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Najaf Abbas Sial 1 June 2013 [100]
Punjab NA-92 (Toba Tek Singh-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhary Khalid Javed 1 June 2013 [101]
Punjab NA-93 (Toba Tek Singh-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Junaid Anwar Chaudhry 1 June 2013 [102]
Punjab NA-94 (Toba Tek Singh-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Asad Ur Rehman 1 June 2013 [103]
Punjab NA-95 (Gujranwala-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Usman Ibrahim 1 June 2013 [104]
Punjab NA-96 (Gujranwala-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khurram Dastgir Khan 1 June 2013 [105]
Punjab NA-97 (Gujranwala-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Mehmood Bashir 1 June 2013 [106]
Punjab NA-98 (Gujranwala-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Tariq Mehmood 1 June 2013 [107]
Punjab NA-99 (Gujranwala-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Umar Nazir Khan 1 June 2013 [108]
Punjab NA-100 (Gujranwala-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Azhar Qayyum 1 June 2013 [109]
Punjab NA-101 (Gujranwala-VII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Iftikhar Cheema [Note 3] 7 April 2016 [110]
Punjab NA-102 (Hafizabad-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Saira Afzal Tarar 1 June 2013 [111]
Punjab NA-103 (Hafizabad-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shahid Hussain Bhatti [Note 1] 16 September 2013 [112]
Punjab NA-104 (Gujrat-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mazhar Ali 1 June 2013 [113]
Punjab NA-105 (Gujrat-II) Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi 1 June 2013 [114]
Punjab NA-106 (Gujrat-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Jaffar Iqbal 1 June 2013 [115]
Punjab NA-107 (Gujrat-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Abid Raza 1 June 2013 [116]
Punjab NA-108 (Mandi Bahauddin-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mumtaz Ahmed Tarar [Note 1] 17 June 2015 [117]
Punjab NA-109 (Mandi Bahauddin-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nasir Iqbal Bosal 1 June 2013 [118]
Punjab NA-110 (Sialkot-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khawaja Muhammad Asif 1 June 2013 [119]
Punjab NA-111 (Sialkot-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Armaghan Subhani 1 June 2013 [120]
Punjab NA-112 (Sialkot-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shamim Ahmed 1 June 2013 [121]
Punjab NA-113 (Sialkot-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Iftikhar Ul Hassan 1 June 2013 [122]
Punjab NA-114 (Sialkot-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Zahid Hamid 1 June 2013 [123]
Punjab NA-115 (Narowal-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Muhammad Rashid 1 June 2013 [124]
Punjab NA-116 (Narowal-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Daniyal Aziz 1 June 2013 [125]
Punjab NA-117 (Narowal-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ahsan Iqbal 1 June 2013 [126]
Punjab NA-118 (Lahore-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Malik Riaz 1 June 2013 [127]
Punjab NA-119 (Lahore-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Hamza Shahbaz Sharif 1 June 2013 [128]
Punjab NA-120 (Lahore-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Kulsoom Nawaz Sharif September 2017 [129]
Punjab NA-121 (Lahore-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mehr Ishtiaq Ahmed 1 June 2013 [130]
Punjab NA-122 (Lahore-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ayaz Sadiq [Note 3] 6 November 2015 [131]
Punjab NA-123 (Lahore-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Pervaiz Malik 1 June 2013 [132]
Punjab NA-124 (Lahore-VII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sheikh Rohail Asghar 1 June 2013 [133]
Punjab NA-125 (Lahore-VIII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khawaja Saad Rafique 1 June 2013 [134]
Punjab NA-126 (Lahore-IX) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Shafqat Mahmood 1 June 2013 [135]
Punjab NA-127 (Lahore-X) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Waheed Alam Khan 1 June 2013 [136]
Punjab NA-128 (Lahore-XI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Afzal Khokhar 1 June 2013 [137]
Punjab NA-129 (Lahore-XII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shazia Mubashar [Note 1] 16 September 2013 [138]
Punjab NA-130 (Lahore-XIII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sohail Shaukat Butt 1 June 2013 [139]
Punjab NA-131 (Sheikhupura-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Afzal 1 June 2013 [140]
Punjab NA-132 (Sheikhupura-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Tanveer Hussain 1 June 2013 [141]
Punjab NA-133 (Sheikhupura-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Javed Latif 1 June 2013 [142]
Punjab NA-134 (Sheikhupura-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Irfan Dogar 1 June 2013 [143]
Punjab NA-135 (Sheikhupura-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Muhammad Barjees Tahir 1 June 2013 [144]
Punjab NA-136 (Sheikhupura-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Choudhry Bilal Ahmed 1 June 2013 [145]
Punjab NA-137 (Sheikhupura-VII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shizra Mansab Ali Khan [Note 1] 24 March 2015 [146]
Punjab NA-138 (Kasur-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Salman Haneef 1 June 2013 [147]
Punjab NA-139 (Kasur-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Waseem Akhtar Shaikh 1 June 2013 [148]
Punjab NA-140 (Kasur-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Rasheed Ahmed Khan 1 June 2013 [149]
Punjab NA-141 (Kasur-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Muhammad Ishaq 1 June 2013 [150]
Punjab NA-142 (Kasur-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Muhammad Hayat 1 June 2013 [151]
Punjab NA-143 (Okara-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Nadeem Abbas 1 June 2013 [152]
Punjab NA-144 (Okara-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Riaz-ul-Haq [Note 1] 6 November 2015 [153]
Punjab NA-145 (Okara-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ashiq Husain Khan 1 June 2013 [154]
Punjab NA-146 (Okara-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rao Muhammad Ajmal Khan 1 June 2013 [155]
Punjab NA-147 (Okara-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Moeen Wattoo 1 June 2013 [156]
Punjab NA-148 (Multan-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Abdul Gafar Dogar 1 June 2013 [157]
Punjab NA-149 (Multan-II) Independent Malik Aamir Dogar [Note 1] 27 October 2014 [158]
Punjab NA-150 (Multan-III) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Shah Mehmood Qureshi 3 June 2013 [159]
Punjab NA-151 (Multan-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sikandar Hayat Bosan 1 June 2013 [160]
Punjab NA-152 (Multan-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Javed Ali Shah 1 June 2013 [161]
Punjab NA-153 (Multan-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Muhammad Qasim Noon [Note 1] 25 March 2016 [162]
Punjab NA-154 (Lodhran-I) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Jehangir Khan Tareen [Note 1] 1 January 2016 [163]
Punjab NA-155 (Lodhran-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Abdul Rehman Khan Kanju 1 June 2013 [164]
Punjab NA-156 (Khanewal-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Riyaz Hayat Hiraj 1 June 2013 [165]
Punjab NA-157 (Khanewal-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Khan Daha 1 June 2013 [166]
Punjab NA-158 (Khanewal-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Aslam Bodla 1 June 2013 [167]
Punjab NA-159 (Khanewal-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Iftikhar Nazir 1 June 2013 [168]
Punjab NA-160 (Sahiwal-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Imran Ahmed 1 June 2013 [169]
Punjab NA-161 (Sahiwal-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Muhammad Ashraf 1 June 2013 [170]
Punjab NA-162 (Sahiwal-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhary Muhammad Tufail [Note 1] 29 September 2016 [171]
Punjab NA-163 (Sahiwal-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Munir Azhar 1 June 2013 [172]
Punjab NA-164 (Pakpattan-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sardar Mansab Ali Dogar 1 June 2013 [173]
Punjab NA-165 (Pakpattan-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Athar Hussain Gilani 1 June 2013 [174]
Punjab NA-166 (Pakpattan-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rana Zahid Hussain 1 June 2013 [175]
Punjab NA-167 (Vehari-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Chaudhry Nazeer Ahmad 1 June 2013 [176]
Punjab NA-168 (Vehari-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Sajid Mehdi 1 June 2013 [177]
Punjab NA-169 (Vehari-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tahir Iqbal Chaudhry 1 June 2013 [178]
Punjab NA-170 (Vehari-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Saeed Ahmed Khan 1 June 2013 [179]
Punjab NA-171 (D.G.Khan-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Amjad Farooq 1 June 2013 [180]
Punjab NA-172 (D.G.Khan-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Hafiz Abdul Kareem 1 June 2013 [181]
Punjab NA-173 (D.G.Khan-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Awais Leghari 1 June 2013 [182]
Punjab NA-174 (Rajanpur-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Jaffar Khan 1 June 2013 [183]
Punjab NA-175 (Rajanpur-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Hafeez Ur Rehman 1 June 2013 [184]
Punjab NA-176 (Muzaffargarh-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sultan Mehmood 1 June 2013 [185]
Punjab NA-177 (Muzaffargarh-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar [Note 1] 16 September 2013 [186]
Punjab NA-178 (Muzaffargarh-III) Independent Jamshed Dasti 3 June 2013 [187]
Punjab NA-179 (Muzaffargarh-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Basit Sultan Bukhari 1 June 2013 [188]
Punjab NA-180 (Muzaffargarh-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sardar Ashiq Hussain 1 June 2013 [189]
Punjab NA-181 (Layyah-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Faiz Ul Hassan 1 June 2013 [190]
Punjab NA-182 (Layyah-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Muhammad Saqlain 1 June 2013 [191]
Punjab NA-183 (Bhawalpur-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Ali Hassan Gilani 1 June 2013 [192]
Punjab NA-184 (Bahawalpur-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Najibuddin Awaisi 1 June 2013 [193]
Punjab NA-185 (Bahawalpur-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Baligh Ur Rehman 1 June 2013 [194]
Punjab NA-186 (Bahawalpur-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Riaz Hussain Pirzada 1 June 2013 [195]
Punjab NA-187 (Bahawalpur-V) Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Tariq Bashir Cheema 1 June 2013 [196]
Punjab NA-188 (Bahawalnager-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Muhammad Asghar Shah 1 June 2013 [197]
Punjab NA-189 (Bahawalnager-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Alam Dad Lalika 1 June 2013 [198]
Punjab NA-190 (Bahawalnagar-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tahir Bashir Cheema 1 June 2013 [199]
Punjab NA-191 (Bahawalnagar-IV) Pakistan Muslim League (Z) Ijaz-ul-Haq 1 June 2013 [200]
Punjab NA-192 (Rahim Yar Khan-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Khwaja Ghulam Rasool Koreja 1 June 2013 [201]
Punjab NA-193 (Rahim Yar Khan-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sheikh Fayyaz Ud Din 1 June 2013 [202]
Punjab NA-194 (Rahim Yar Khan-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar 1 June 2013 [203]
Punjab NA-195 (Rahim Yar Khan-IV) Pakistan Peoples Party Mustafa Mehmood 1 June 2013 [204]
Punjab NA-196 (Rahim Yar Khan-V) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mian Imtiaz Ahmed 1 June 2013 [205]
Punjab NA-197 (Rahim Yar Khan-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Arshad Khan Leghari 1 June 2013 [206]
Sindh NA-198 (Sukkur-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Nauman Isla 1 June 2013 [207]
Sindh NA-199 (Sukkur-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Syed Khurshid Ahmed Shah 1 June 2013 [208]
Sindh NA-200 (Ghotki-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Ali Gohar Mehr 1 June 2013 [209]
Sindh NA-201 (Ghotki-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Ali Mohammad Mahar 1 June 2013 [210]
Sindh NA-202 (Shikarpur-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Aftab Shaban Mirani [Note 1] 12 May 2014 [211]
Sindh NA-203 (Shikarpur-II) Pakistan Muslim League (F) Ghos Bakhsh Khan Mahar 1 June 2013 [212]
Sindh NA-204 (Larkana-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Muhammad Ayaz Soomro 1 June 2013 [213]
Sindh NA-205 (Larkana-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Nazeer Ahmed Baghio 1 June 2013 [214]
Sindh NA-206 (Larkana-III) Pakistan Peoples Party Mir Aamir Ali 1 June 2013 [215]
Sindh NA-207 (Larkana-IV) Pakistan Peoples Party Faryal Talpur 1 June 2013 [216]
Sindh NA-208 (Jacobabad-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Mir Ejaz Khan Jakhrani 1 June 2013 [217]
Sindh NA-209 (Jacobabad-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Mir Shabbir Ali 1 June 2013 [218]
Sindh NA-210 (Jacobabad-III) Pakistan Peoples Party Ahsan ur Rehman Mazari 1 June 2013 [219]
Sindh NA-211 (Naushero Feroze-I) National Peoples Party (Pakistan) Ghulam Murtaza Khan Jatoi 1 June 2013 [220]
Sindh NA-212 (Naushero Feroze-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Asghar Ali Shah 1 June 2013 [221]
Sindh NA-213 (Nawabshah-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Azra Peechoho 1 June 2013 [222]
Sindh NA-214 (Nawabshah-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Syed Gulam Mustafa Shah 1 June 2013 [223]
Sindh NA-215 (Khairpur-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Nawab Ali Wassan 1 June 2013 [224]
Sindh NA-216 (Khairpur-II) Pakistan Muslim League (F) Pir Sadaruddin Shah 1 June 2013 [225]
Sindh NA-217 (Khairpur-III) Pakistan Muslim League (F) Syed Kazim Ali 1 June 2013 [226]
Sindh NA-218 (Hyderabad-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Makhdoom Saeeduz Zaman [Note 1] 12 February 2016 [227]
Sindh NA-219 (Hyderabad-II) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui 1 June 2013 [228]
Sindh NA-220 (Hyderabad-III) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Syed Waseem Hussain 1 June 2013 [229]
Sindh NA-221 (Hyderabad-IV) Pakistan Peoples Party Syed Mir Shah 1 June 2013 [230]
Sindh NA-222 (Hyderabad-V) Pakistan Peoples Party Naveed Qamar 1 June 2013 [231]
Sindh NA-223 (Hyderabad-VI) Pakistan Peoples Party Haji Abdul Sattar 1 June 2013 [232]
Sindh NA-224 (Badin-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Sardar Kamal Khan 1 June 2013 [233]
Sindh NA-225 (Badin-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Fehmida Mirza 1 June 2013 [234]
Sindh NA-226 (Mirpurkhas-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Hussain Shah Jilani 1 June 2013 [235]
Sindh NA-227 (Mirpurkhas-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Mir Munawar Ali 3 June 2013 [236]
Sindh NA-228 (Mirpurkhas-III) Pakistan Peoples Party Nawab Muhammad Yousuf 1 June 2013 [237]
Sindh NA-229 (Tharparkar-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Fakeer Sher Muhammad Bilalani 5 June 2013 [238]
Sindh NA-230 (Tharparkar-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Pir Noor Muhammad Shah Jeelani 5 June 2013 [239]
Sindh NA-231 (Dadu-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Asad Sikandar 1 June 2013 [240]
Sindh NA-232 (Dadu-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Rafiq Ahmed Jamali 1 June 2013 [241]
Sindh NA-233 (Dadu-III) Pakistan Peoples Party Imran Zafar 1 June 2013 [242]
Sindh NA-234 (Sanghar-I) Pakistan Muslim League (F) Pir Baksh Junejo 1 June 2013 [243]
Sindh NA-235 (Sanghar-II) Pakistan Peoples Party Shazia Marri [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [244]
Sindh NA-236 (Sanghar-III) Pakistan Peoples Party Roshan Din Junejo 3 June 2013 [245]
Sindh NA-237 (Thatta-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Shamas-un-Nisa [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [246]
Sindh NA-238 (Thatta-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Ayaz Ali Shah Sheerazi 1 June 2013 [247]
Sindh NA-239 (Karachi-I) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Mohammad Salman Khan Baloch 1 June 2013 [248]
Sindh NA-240 (Karachi-II) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Khuwaja Sohail Mansoor 1 June 2013 [249]
Sindh NA-241 (Karachi-III) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Iqbal Qadri 1 June 2013 [250]
Sindh NA-242 (Karachi-IV) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Mahboob Alam 1 June 2013 [251]
Sindh NA-243 (Karachi-V) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Abdul Waseem 1 June 2013 [252]
Sindh NA-244 (Karachi-VI) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Sheikh Salahuddin 1 June 2013 [253]
Sindh NA-245 (Karachi-VII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Muhammad Kamal Malik [Note 1] 9 May 2016 [254]
Sindh NA-246 (Karachi-VIII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Kunwar Naveed Jamil [Note 1] 29 April 2015 [255]
Sindh NA-247 (Karachi-IX) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Sufiyan Yousuf 1 June 2013 [256]
Sindh NA-248 (Karachi-X) Pakistan Peoples Party Shah Jahan Baloch 1 June 2013 [257]
Sindh NA-249 (Karachi-XI) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Farooq Sattar 1 June 2013 [258]
Sindh NA-250 (Karachi-XII) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Arif Alvi 1 June 2013 [259]
Sindh NA-251 (Karachi-XIII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Syed Ali Raza Abidi 1 June 2013 [260]
Sindh NA-252 (Karachi-XIV) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Abdul Rashid Godial 1 June 2013 [261]
Sindh NA-253 (Karachi-XV) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Muhammad Muzammil Qureshi 1 June 2013 [262]
Sindh NA-254 (Karachi-XVI) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Muhammad Ali Rashid [Note 4] 16 September 2013 [263]
Sindh NA-255 (Karachi-XVII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Syed Asif Husnain 1 June 2013 [264]
Sindh NA-256 (Karachi-XVIII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Iqbal Muhammad Ali Khan 1 June 2013 [265]
Sindh NA-257 (Karachi-XIX) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Sajid Ahmed 1 June 2013 [266]
Sindh NA-258 (Karachi-XX) Pakistan Peoples Party Abdul Hakeem Baloch [Note 1] 14 December 2016 [267]
Balochistan NA-259 (Quetta) Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party Mehmood Khan Achakzai 1 June 2013 [268]
Balochistan NA-260 (Quetta-Chagai-Mastung) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Usman Badini 1 August 2017
Balochistan NA-261 (Pishin-Ziarat) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Moulvi Agha Muhammad [Note 3] 19 December 2013 [269]
Balochistan NA-262 (Killa Abdullah) Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party Abdul Qahar Khan Wadan [Note 1] 30 August 2013 [270]
Balochistan NA-263 (Loralai) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Maulana Ameer Zaman 1 June 2013 [271]
Balochistan NA-264 (Zhob-Killa Saifullah) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Maulana Muhammad Khan Sherani 1 June 2013 [272]
Balochistan NA-265 (Sibi-Kohlu-Dera Bugti) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mir Dostaan Khan Domki 1 June 2013 [273]
Balochistan NA-266 (Nasirabad) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali 1 June 2013 [274]
Balochistan NA-267 (Kachhi) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khalid Hussain Magsi [Note 3] 9 May 2016 [275]
Balochistan NA-268 (Kalat-Mastung) National Party (Pakistan) Sardar Kamal Khan Bangulzai 1 June 2013 [276]
Balochistan NA-269 (Khuzdar) Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Molana Qamar ud Din 1 June 2013 [277]
Balochistan NA-270 (Awaran-Lasbela) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Jam Kamal Khan 1 June 2013 [278]
Balochistan NA-271 (Kharan-Panjgur) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Abdul Qadir Baloch 1 June 2013 [279]
Balochistan NA-272 (Kech-Gwadar) Balochistan National Party Syed Essa Noori 13 August 2013 [280]
Indirectly elected on reserved seats
Balochistan Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Kiran Haider 1 June 2013 [281]
Balochistan Reserved seats for women Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party Naseema Hafeez Panezai 1 June 2013 [282]
Balochistan Reserved seats for women Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Aliya Kamran 1 June 2013 [283]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Ayesha Gulalai 1 June 2013 [284]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Nafeesa Inayatullah Khan Khattak 1 June 2013 [285]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Mussarat Ahmed Zeb 1 June 2013 [286]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Sajida Begum 1 June 2013 [287]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Shahida Akhtar Ali 1 June 2013 [288]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Naeema Kishwar Khan 1 June 2013 [289]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Begum Tahira Bukhari 1 June 2013 [290]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Reserved seats for women Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Aisha Syed 1 June 2013 [291]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Anusha Rahman 1 June 2013 [292]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Zaib Jaffar 1 June 2013 [293]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tahira Aurangzeb 1 June 2013 [294]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Parveen Masood Bhatti 1 June 2013 [295]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Kiran Imran Dar 1 June 2013 [296]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shaista Pervaiz 1 June 2013 [297]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nighat Parveen 1 June 2013 [298]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Begum Majeeda Wyne 1 June 2013 [299]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khalida Mansoor 1 June 2013 [300]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Asyia Naz Tanoli 1 June 2013 [301]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rida Khan 1 June 2013 [302]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Seema Mohiuddin Jameeli 1 June 2013 [303]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shahnaz Saleem Malik 1 June 2013 [304]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Laila Khan 1 June 2013 [305]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Arifa Khalid Pervaiz 1 June 2013 [306]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Surriya Asghar 1 June 2013 [307]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shahzadi Umerzadi Tiwana 1 June 2013 [308]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Maiza Hameed 1 June 2013 [309]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Farhana Qamar 1 June 2013 [310]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shaheen Shafiq 1 June 2013 [311]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Iffat Liaqat 1 June 2013 [312]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shazia Ashfaq Mattu 1 June 2013 [313]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Romina Khurshid Alam 1 June 2013 [314]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Zuhra Wadood Fatmi 3 June 2013 [315]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Asma Mamdot 3 June 2013 [316]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Marriyum Aurangzeb 3 June 2013 [317]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sabiha Nadeem 3 June 2013 [318]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ammara Khan 3 June 2013 [319]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Fais Azeem 3 June 2013 [320]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shiza Fatima 3 June 2013 [321]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tehmina Daultana 3 June 2013 [322]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Shakila Luqman [Note 5] 27 June 2013 [323]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Shireen Mehrunnisa Mazari 1 June 2013 [324]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Munaza Hassan 1 June 2013 [325]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Belum Hasnain 5 June 2013 [326]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Suraiya Jatoi [Note 5] 16 September 2013 [327]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Shagufta Jumani 3 June 2013 [328]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Nafisa Shah 1 June 2013 [329]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Mahreen Razaque Bhutto 1 June 2013 [330]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Shazia Sobia [Note 5] 6 November 2015 [331]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Shahida Rehmani 3 June 2013 [332]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Musarat Rafique Mahesar 1 June 2013 [333]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Muttahida Qaumi Movement Kishwer Zehra 1 June 2013 [334]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Muttahida Qaumi Movement Fouzia Hameed [Note 5] 4 August 2014 [335]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Muttahida Qaumi Movement Saman Sultana Jaffri 1 June 2013 [336]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Muttahida Qaumi Movement Nikhat Shakeel Khan 1 June 2013 [337]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (F) Reeta Ishwar 1 June 2013 [338]
Sindh Reserved seats for women National Peoples Party (Pakistan) Shahjehan 1 June 2013 [339]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Marvi Memon 1 June 2013 [340]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Darshan 1 June 2013 [341]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Bhawan Das 1 June 2013 [342]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Isphanyar M. Bhandara 1 June 2013 [343]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ramesh Kumar Vankwani 1 June 2013 [344]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Tariq Christopher Qaiser 1 June 2013 [345]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Muslim League (N) Khalil Francis 1 June 2013 [346]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Peoples Party Ramesh Lal 1 June 2013 [347]
National Reserved seats for minorities Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Lal Chand 3 June 2013 [348]
National Reserved seats for minorities Muttahida Qaumi Movement Sanjay Perwani 1 June 2013 [349]
National Reserved seats for minorities Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F) Aasiya Nasir 1 June 2013 [350]

Membership changes

Since general election in May 2013, numerous seats of the National Assembly of Pakistan become vacant. In most cases, the incumbent becomes ineligible to continue in office when a constituency election is invalidated by voting irregularities. In some case the incumbent died, resigned or vacated the seat in order to retain the seat the member won in their home constituency. Afterwards, by-elections were held in vacant constituencies to fill the vacant seats.[351]

Region Constituency Incumbent elected in 2013 general elections for the 14th National Assembly Ref.
Political party Member Notes
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-4 (Peshawar-IV) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Gulzar Khan Was elected in May 2013. Died while in office in August 2017. [352]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-19 (Haripur) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Raja Aamer Zaman Was elected in May 2013 however become ineligible to continue in office in 2014 as constituency election was invalidated due to voting irregularities. [353]
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa NA-19 (Haripur) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Omar Ayub Khan Was elected in by-election in January 2014 after Raja Aamer Zaman disqualified. Becomes ineligible to continue in office in June 2015 as constituency election was invalidated due to voting irregularities. [354]
Punjab NA-63 (Jhelum-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Malik Iqbal Mehdi Khan Was elected in May 2013. Died while serving in office in May 2016. [355]
Punjab NA-69 (Khushab-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Sumaira Malik Was elected in May 2013. Was disqualified to continue in office because of fake degree case in October 2013. [356]
Punjab NA-103 (Hafizabad-II) Pakistan Muslim League (Q) Liaqat Abbas Bhatti Was elected in May 2013, however become ineligible to continue in office as constituency election was invalidated due to voting irregularities. [357]
Punjab NA-108 (Mandi Bahauddin-I) Independent Muhammad Ijaz Ahmed Chaudhary Was elected in May 2013. Was disqualified to continue in office in April 2015 because of fake degree case and on charges of human smuggling. [358]
Punjab NA-120 (Lahore-III) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Nawaz Sharif Was elected in May 2013 and became Prime Minister. Supreme Court of Pakistan disqualified him in July 2017 from holding public office following an investigation into corruption allegations. [359]
Punjab NA-137 (Sheikhupura-VII) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Rai Mansab Ali Khan Was elected in May 2012. Died while serving in office in January 2015. [360]
Punjab NA-144 (Okara-II) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Arif Chaudhry Was elected in May 2013, however disqualified to continue in office in August 2015 because of fake degree case. [361]
Punjab NA-149 (Multan-II) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Javed Hashmi Was elected in May 2013, however vacated the seat in August 2014 after party-switching. [362]
Punjab NA-153 (Multan-VI) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Syed Ashiq Hussain Bukhari Was elected in May 2013, however disqualified to continue in office in September 2014 because of fake degree case. [363]
Punjab NA-154 (Lodhran-I) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Siddique Khan Was elected in May 2013, however disqualified to continue in office in October 2015 because of fake degree case. [364]
Punjab NA-162 (Sahiwal-III) Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Rai Hassan Nawaz Was elected in May 2013, however disqualified to continue in office in May 2015 because of inaccurate assets declaration. [365]
Sindh NA-202 (Shikarpur-I) National Peoples Party (Pakistan) Muhammad Ibrahim Jatoi Was elected in May 2013, however became ineligible to continue in office in 2014 as constituency election was invalidated by voting irregularities. [366]
Sindh NA-211 (Naushero Feroze-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Zulfiqar Ali Behan [367]
Sindh NA-218 (Hyderabad-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Ameen Faheem Was elected in May 2013. Died while serving in office in November 2015. [368]
Sindh NA-237 (Thatta-I) Pakistan Peoples Party Sadiq Ali Memon Was elected in May 2013, however disqualified to continue in office in August 2014 because of dual nationality case. [369]
Sindh NA-245 (Karachi-VII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Muhammad Rehan Hashmi Was elected in May 2013, however resigned from the seat in 2016 to run in local government elections in Karachi. [370]
Sindh NA-246 (Karachi-VIII) Muttahida Qaumi Movement Nabil Gabol Was elected in May 2013, however vacated the seat in February 2015 after party-switching. [371]
Sindh NA-258 (Karachi-XX) Pakistan Muslim League (N) Abdul Hakeem Baloch Was elected in May 2013, however vacated the seat in September 2016 after party-switching. [372]
Balochistan NA-260 (Quetta-Chagai-Mastung) Pashtunkhwa Milli Awami Party Abdul Rahim Mandokhail Was elected in May 2013. Died while serving in office May 2017. [373]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Alizeh Iqbal Haider Was elected on the reserved seats for women in May 2013, however resigned from the seat due to personal issues in November 2015. [374]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Muttahida Qaumi Movement Tahira Asif Was elected on the reserved seats for women in May 2013. Assassinated while serving in office in June 2014. [375]
Sindh Reserved seats for women Pakistan Peoples Party Shazia Marri Was elected on the reserved seats for women in June 2013. Resigned from the reserved seat to run for general seat in by-election in NA-235 (Sanghar-II) in August 2013. [376]
Punjab Reserved seats for women Pakistan Muslim League (N) Ayesha Raza Farooq Was elected on the reserved seats for women in May 2013, however resigned from the seat to become member of the Senate of Pakistan in 2015. [377]
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See also

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac Was elected in by-election after seat become vacant.
  2. ^ Election was not held in the constituency due to poor law and order situation.
  3. ^ a b c d e Was disqualified. Retained the seat later in by-election.
  4. ^ a b Elected in by-election as election was terminated in this constituency due to the death of a contesting candidate.
  5. ^ a b c d Was appointed after seat became vacant.

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