Announcement: ISSUP Pakistan – New Board Election Results

We are pleased to announce the results of the elections for the ISSUP Pakistan Board.

The nine board members have been selected based on rank order from those who have received the most votes. All five provinces of Pakistan (SindhPunjab, KPK, Balochistan and Gilgit Baltistan) are represented on the board.

The new ISSUP Pakistan Board:

1. Bashir Ahmed Naz, Punjab - President - 215

2. Saima Asghar, Punjab - 197

2. Dr Kheenpal Das, Sindh - 197

4. Shaista Naz, KPK - 196

5. Dr Iftikhar Ahmad, Punjab - 175

5. Sana Ullah Rathore, Punjab - 175

7. Dr Salman Shahzad, Gilgit Baltistan - 162

8. Nooreen Begum, Gilgit Baltistan - 161

9. Dr Hazrat Ali Khan, Balochistan - 114

Click here for a complete list of results

We would like to congratulate all the new Board members and the new President of ISSUP Pakistan. 

We hope that from this democratic process we will continue to encourage positive growth, unity, cooperation and a strong and secure Pakistan National Chapter.

We would like to thank everyone who submitted nominations and participated in the election process and we wish the new board best wishes for the future.

Election Process:

The nine board members were selected based on rank order from those who received the most votes.  All five provinces of Pakistan must be represented on the board: 1. Sindh, 2. Punjab, 3. KPK, 4. Balochistan, 5. Gilgit Baltistan

If representatives of any of these provinces do not receive the minimum threshold of votes to qualify them for a board seat, the recipient of the top votes from the province in question will be automatically promoted to fill the last board seat in order to ensure that all geographic regions are represented. 

The recipient of the most votes will become the President of ISSUP Pakistan. All eight other directors will have equivalent positions on the board. Functions and roles for board members will be determined by the ISSUP Pakistan Board.  

If any member is unable or unwilling to execute his or her duties as an ISSUP Pakistan Board member, the next candidate with the highest number of votes will be awarded a seat on the Board.