Sindh House has become the centre of attention as the Opposition and government scramble for votes on the no-confidence motion.
The development took place after the PTI alleged that horse-trading was happening there and many PTI lawmakers were staying there.
So far, only Raja Riaz and Nawab Sher Waseer have come out in the open for being present in the Sindh House, saying that they have shifted to the building as they feared the government would take action against them.
But sources have told Geo News that more lawmakers are staying at the Sindh House.
Let’s have a look at them:
Riaz is part of the Jahangir Tareen group of the PTI that has expressed reservations against the party’s leadership. Riaz was elected from the NA-110 (Faisalabad-X) constituency in the 2018 general elections and was a former member of the PPP.
Nawab Sher Waseer
Nawab Sher Waseer is the second lawmaker who has come out in the open about living in the Sindh House. Like Riaz, he was also elected from Faisalabad.
Waseer was elected from the NA-102 (Faisalabad-II) constituency. Before getting elected on a PTI ticket, he was also a member of the PPP.
Rana Qasim Noon
Sources suggest that Rana Qasim Noon is also staying at the Sindh House. The lawmaker was elected from the NA-159(Multan-VI) constituency. He was a former member of the PML-N.
Muhammad Abdul Ghafar Wattoo
Officials, privy to the development, have said that PTI lawmaker from NA-166 (Bahawalnagar-I) Muhammad Abdul Ghafar Wattoo is also staying at the Sindh House. He was elected as an independent candidate and later joined the PTI.
Noor Alam Khan
PTI lawmaker Noor Alam Khan is also reportedly among the lawmakers that are staying at the Sindh House. Khan was elected from the NA-27(Peshawar-I) constituency and was a former member of the PPP.
Sources have also said that PTI lawmaker Riaz Mazari, who was elected from the NA-195 (Rajanpur-III) constituency, is also staying at the Sindh House.
Sources also say that Sayed Basit Ahmad Sultan Bukhari, who was elected from NA-185 (Muzaffargarh-V), is also staying at the Sindh House. The lawmaker was elected as an independent candidate and had later joined the PTI.
Reportedly, MNA Khawaja Sheraz, elected from the NA-189 (DG Khan-I) constituency on a PTI ticket, is also staying at the Sindh house.
Ahmed Hussain Deharr
Sources have also shared that PTI lawmaker Ahmed Hussain Dehar, elected from NA-154 (Multan-I) constituency, is also staying at the Sindh House.
Female lawmaker Nuzhat Pathan is also staying at the Sindh House, according to sources. The MP hails from Hyderabad and was elected on a PTI ticket on a reserved seat.
Sources have also said that PTI lawmaker Wajiha Qamar, who was elected from a woman’s reserved seat from Punjab, is also staying at the Sindh House.