PRHP

AcronymDefinition
PRHPPartial Restoration of Historic Flow
PRHPPhasic-Event-Related Hyperpolarizing Potentials (brain research)
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Petitioner Gul Zohra Rizvi's lawyer appeared before a two-member bench of the ECP headed by the Chief Election Commissioner Sardar Muhammad Raza and argued that Muavia Azam, son of Maulana Azam Tariq - leader of the now defunct Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan (SSP) - has after his election to the Punjab Assembly, joined the PRHP.
PRHP candidate for the seat, Atta Muhammad, who is among the protesters, claims that he enjoyed a lead of more than 4,000 votes by the time the first 128 of 149 polling stations' results had come out.
The PRHP emerged from Sipah-e-Sahaba party and AAT came to the front as a shadow party of the Hafiz Saeed-led Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD).
The Leader of the Opposition attended the sitting for an hour and two minutes.As many as 115 MPAs (31%) were present at the outset while 130 (35%) at the adjournment of the sitting.The parliamentary leaders of PPPP and PRHP attended the proceedings.As many as five out of eight minority lawmakers attended the sitting.Moved by the Minister for Law, the House passed the Punjab Right to Public Services Bill, 2018.The bill was introduced in the House on December 18, 2018.As many as five lawmakers debated the bill for an hour.
The runner-up PRHP's Hafiz Aurangzeb bagged 19,453 votes.
For example, the Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party (PRHP) emerged from Sipa-e-Sahaba party and Allah o Akbar Tehreek came to the fore as a shadow party of the Hafiz Saeed-led Jamatud Dawa, and Maulvi Khadim Rizvi's Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP).
Even now, the new candidates managed to form shadow parties like the Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party (PRHP) emerged from Sipa-e-Sahaba party and Allah-o-Akbar-Tehreek came to the fore as a shadow party of the Hafiz Saeed-led Jamatud Dawa, and Maulvi Khadim Rizvis Tehreek-e-Labaik Pakistan (TLP).
First came a claim from key leader of the Pakistan Rah-i-Haq Party (PRHP) an electoral platform of the proscribed Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat (ASWJ) Maulana Aurangzeb Farooqi, who is one of the candidates in the constituency, saying he had won support of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and former provincial minister of Pakistan Peoples Party Haji Muzaffar Ali Shujra, who is contesting this election independently.
The DC, on reports of monitoring teams, imposed 50,000 rupees fine on each candidate including Ali Khan Jadoon of PTI, Haji Ayaz Khan of PRHP, Malik Mohabat Awan of PML-N, Haji Mohammad Irshad of ANP and independent candidate Shaukat Tanooli for NA-16 Abbottabad II.
The PPP, PML-N, ANP, Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party (PRHP), JUI-F as well as independent candidates have secured seats of chairmen, vice chairmen and councilors from these areas.