According to the list, former MNAs have not submitted telephone bills.
The list included names of Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Qamar Zaman Kaira, Makhdoom Amin Fahim, Nadeem Afzal Chan, Bushra Rehman, Anwar Alam Khan, Abdul Qadir Patel, Manzoor Watto, Firdous Ashiq Awan and others.
Meanwhile, the Election Commission has re-described hundreds of constituencies of national and provincial assemblies. A notification was issued, saying 128 National Assembly constituencies and 292 provincial constituencies have been re-described.
The reason given for re-description is geographical changes in the constituencies’ respective areas.
The election commission has made the changes under Section 10-A of the Delimitation Act of 1974 which authorizes the election commission to make any changes in the constituencies prior to the elections.
National Assembly constituencies where re-description has been done include both constituencies of the capital Islamabad, 19 constituencies in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 17 in Punjab, 34 constituencies in Sindh and three in Balochistan.
Changes have been made in 292 provincial constituencies that include 73 constituencies in KP, 137 in Punjab, 66 constituencies in Sindh and 16 in Balochistan.
Meanwhile, the Election Commission notified the new boundaries of three National Assembly and eight Sindh Assembly seats in Karachi.
The election commission has issued notification about delimitation of three national assembly constituencies of Karachi included NA-239, NA-250 and NA-254.
The Sindh Assembly constituencies that have been affected in delimitation included PS-89, PS-112, PS-113, PS-114, PS-115, PS-116, PS-118 and PS-124.
Muttahida Qaumi Movement, People’s Party and Awami National Party had expressed their reservations over the delimitation of constituencies in Karachi and challenged the matter in the court.