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Muhammad Sana Ullah Khan Masti Khel
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Member of Pakistan Muslim League (N)[1][2]
In office
2008�2013
Provincial Minister Local Government and Rural Development[1]
In office
2008�2013
Member of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab, Pakistan[1][3][4][5][6][7]
In office
18 February 2008 � 2013
Constituency PP-47 (Bhakkar-I)[1][3][5][6][7]
Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Information[8]
In office
2004�2007
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Member of Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
In office
2002�2008
Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan[1]
In office
2002�2007
Constituency NA-73 (Bhakkar-I)[9]
Personal details
Born 21 October 1971
Jandianwala, Kallur Kot Tehsil, Bhakkar District, Punjab, Pakistan[1]
Parents Haji Habib Ullah Khan (father)[1]
Alma mater Punjab University Law College (LLB) - 1996
Occupation Politician, agriculturist[1]
Muhammad Sana Ullah Khan Masti Khel (Urdu: ???? ???? ???? ??? ???? ?????; born 21
October 1971) is a Pakistani politician, former member of National Assembly of
Pakistan and a former member of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab.[1]

Political career
In 2002 elections, he ran on Pakistan Muslim League (Q) ticket from NA-73, a
national assembly constituency and was elected as member of National Assmebly.[10]
[11] In 2008 elections, he ran on Pakistan Muslim League (N) ticket from PP-47, a
Punjab provincial constituency and won that election by securing 37,713 votes while
his closest rival, an independent Amir Muhammad Khan secured 35,277 votes.[12] He
was also a candidate on National Assembly Constituency NA-73 in 2008[13] which he
narrowly lost to an independent Abdul Majeed Khan Khanan Khel who would join PML
(N) in 2013.[14] He secured 82,740 votes compared to 83,850 votes of Khanan Khel.
[15]

He discontinued being a member of PML (N) and contested 2013 general election as an
independent from NA-73.[16] He secured 91,066 votes in that election but lost it to
PML (N)'s Khanan Khel who secured 97,676 votes.[14][17] In the same election, he
also contested on PP-47 constituency.[18]
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"District convention : PML-N inaugurates office in Dera Ismail Khan". The Express
Tribune. 14 March 2013. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"ECP RESTORES MEMBERSHIP OF FORTY-TWO LAWMAKERS". Election Commission of Pakistan.
1 November 2011. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"Strengthening Bond between the Citizens and the Punjab Assembly: PILDAT
Facilitates a Steering Committee". PILDAT. 10 February 2010. Retrieved 18 March
2016.
"Degrees of 181 MPs remain unverified". The News International, Pakistan. Archived
from the original on 28 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"The Global Intelligence Files". wikileaks.org. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"Annexures (A,B,C) - Supreme Court of Pakistan". Supreme Court of Pakistan.
Retrieved 18 March 2016.
Institute of Policy Studies 2004, p. 19.
"Muhammad Sanaullah Khan Mastikhel". pakistanileaders.com.pk. Retrieved 18 March
2016.
"Bhakkar: PPP, PML ally against Shujaat". dawn.com. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"ELECTIONS 2002 (Sargodha Division)". DailyTimes. Archived from the original on 25
March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"Result of Election 2008". electionsite.org. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"LIST OF CONTESTING CANDIDATES" (PDF). Urdu Point. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"NA-73 Election 2013 Results Details, Candidates, Constituency, Pakistan Election
2013". hamariweb.com. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"RESULT GENERAL ELECTIONS 2008". pmln.us. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
"Punjab's second city: High turnout, some violations of ECP rules". The Express
Tribune. 12 May 2013. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
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2016.
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Bibliography
Institute of Policy Studies (2004), Pakistan Political Perspective, Volume 13,
Issues 7-12, The University of Michigan
Categories: Living peoplePakistan Muslim League (N) politiciansPakistan Muslim
League (Q) politicians21st-century Pakistani politiciansPoliticians from Punjab,
PakistanPeople from Bhakkar DistrictPunjabi peoplePunjab University Law College
alumni1971 birthsPunjab MPAs 2008�13
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