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Mr Akbar secured 496 votes, followed by Mr Abbasi, who received 464 votes, and Mr Malik, who received 220.
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif taking notice of Dr Tanzeem Akbar Cheema's murder sought a report from the CCPO.
Those who participated in the meeting included CPNE Vice President and Sindh Committee Chairman Amir Mahmood, CPNE Secretary General Aijazul Haq, Senior Members Anwar Sajidi, Qazi Asad Abid, Dr Jabbar Khattak, Mushtaq Ahmed Qureshi, Ghulam Nabi Chandio, Hamid Hussain Abidi, Maqsood Yousufi, Abdul Rehman Mangrio, Muhammad Younus Mahar, Adnan Faisal, Waheed Jamal, Mansoor Korai, Qazi Sajjad Akbar, Ali Bin Younis, Sher Muhammad Khaaro, Amjad Chaudhary, Muhammad Taqi Alvi, Mumtaz Ali, Kashif Hussain Memon, Usman Aarab Satti, Bashir Ahmed Memon, Salman Qureshi, Sohbat Barro, Danish Channa, Muhammad Saleem, Mansoor Khokhar, Zahida Abbasi, Haseena Jatoi, Bilqees Jahan and Samreen Memon.
Sofi Mohammad Akbar founded the Jammu and Kashmir Mahaz-e-Azadi on May 7, 1977.
As well as being repeated multiple times during prayer, the call to prayer which sounds out publicly from mosques across the Muslim world five times daily also begins with "Allahu Akbar.
They watched as Akbar talked with a number of males before walking to the gardens of Huddersfield Parish Church with one of them and performing oral sex on him.
Bugti said that the world has now acknowleged Shaheed Nawab Akbar Bugti's sacrifice.
Akbar of Bradford said: "It was unbelievable karma.
The party-list coalition would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family and constituents of the congresswoman Jum Akbar,' Nograles said.
After Aurangzeb Road was renamed APJ Abdul Kalam Road after the former President last year, Singh had written to the central government asking for Akbar Road to be renamed after 16th century Rajput king Maharana Pratap.
Istanbul is one of the most storied cities that has ever existed, and some of its glory managed to find its way to Amsterdam, around the time that Akbar was building his empire.
Haider Akbar spun a web of lies to the woman, convincing her he was a private banker who had a luxury home in London's upmarket Knightsbridge.