ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Wednesday emerged as the largest parliamentary party in the Senate following the election on fifty vacant seats. As many as thirty-one Senators from various parties had returned unopposed while elections were held on Wednesday on nineteen seats including two from Federal Capital, four from NWFP and eleven from Balochsitsan. According to the unofficial results Babar Khan Ghauri (MQM), Abdul Haseeb Khan (MQM), Moula Baksh Chandio (PPP), Islamuddin Sheikh (PPP), Gul Muhammad Lot (PPP), Syed Faisal Raza Abidi (PPP) and Dr Khatu Mal (PPP) have been elected on general seats from Sindh Province. Similarly, Farooq Hameed Naek (PPP) and Abdul Rehman Malik (PPP) were elected on seats reserved for Ulema/Technocrats, and Shirala Malik (MQM) and Almas Perveen (PPP) were elected on seats reserved for women. From Punjab Province Pervaiz Rashid (PML-N), Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain (PML), Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq (PML-N), Syed Zafar Ali Shah (PML-N), Muhammad Jehangir Badar (PPP), Mushahid Ullah Khan (PML-N) and Salah-ud-Din Dogar (PPP) were elected on general seats. Begum Najma Hameed (PML-N) and Syeda Sughra Imam (PPP) were elected on women seats, and Prof Sajid Mir (PML-N) and Muhammad Kazim Khan (PPP) have been elected on seats reserved for Ulema/Technocrats. From NWFP Muhammad Zahid Khan (ANP), Haji Muhammad Adeel (ANP), Abdul Nabi Bangash (ANP), Gulzar Ahmed Khan (PPP), Waqar Ahmed Khan (PPP), Sardar Ali Khan (PPP) and Haji Ghulam Ali (JUI-F) have been elected on general seats. Afrasaib Khattak (ANP) and Adnan Khan (PPP) were elected against seats reserved for Technicrats/Ulema and Farah Aqil Shah (ANP) and Farhat Abbas (PPP) were elected against women reserved seats. From Balochistan Province Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani (JUI-F), Nawabzada Lashkari Raisani (PPP), Sabir Ali Baloch (PPP), Mohammad Ali Rind (BNP), Mir Hasil Bazinjo (National Party), Mir Wali Badeni (Independent) and Nawabzada Akbar Magsi (Independent) have been elected on general seats. Similarly, Maulana Abdul Ghafoor Haideri (JUI-F) and Sheikh Hamayun Khan Mandokheil (Independent) have been elected against reserved seats for Ulema and Technocrats, while Mrs Suriya Amiruddin (PPP) and Kalsoom Perveen (Independent) have been elected on women reserved seats. From Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) Engr Malik Muhammad Raheed Khan, Abbas Khan, Haji Khan Afridi and Idress Khan Saafi (All Independents) have been elected. From Federal Capital Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari (PPP) has been elected on general seat while Saeeda Iqbal has been elected unopposed against seat reserved for women.