ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will be the majority party in the Senate after its March 2012 elections that will take hold of around 48 seats from 104-member Upper House while Pakistan Muslim league-Quaid-i-Azam (PML-Q) would be the major loser in these elections. In addition to that, three political parties including Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Pakhtunkhwa Mill Awami Party (PKMAP) and Jamoori Watan Party (JWP) having three and one member each respectively would vanish from the scene of Senate as these have no representation in National Assembly as well as provincial assemblies. The change in number game of political parties in the Senate will only take place in that manner if existing assemblies will elect the new members of the House. As many as 11 legislators from each of the four provinces including seven on general seats and two each on women as well as technocrats including Ulema seats stand retired after every three years on completion of their term. While the term of four lawmakers from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and two from Federal Capital including one each on general seat and woman as well as technocrat seat stands expire after every three years. Thus total 50 legislators stand retired after every three years from the 100 member House however, after March 2012 elections, the number of members of the house will be 104 with the allocation of four seats for minorities as a result of 18th amendment. According the record available with the Senate Secretariat, the existing strength of PML-Q including its breakaway faction, PML-Likeminded and JUI-F with the number of 21 and 10 respectively will reduce to one and six after next year elections. Muttahida Quami movement (MQM) who has the total number of six in the House would sustain the same strength. The strength of PPP, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Awami National Party (ANP) would increase respectively for the next three years. The number of PPP would increase around 48 from its existing strength 27, PML-N would have around 13 members from existing seven and ANP will grab 10 seats thus increasing its strength from six. Deputy Chairman Senate Mir Jan Mohammad Jamali, Finance Minister Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh Dr Babar Awan, Mian Raza Rabbani, Ishaq Dar, Wasim Sajjad, SM Zafar, Ilyaz Bilour, Dr Safdar Abbasi, Professor Khurshid Ahmed, Saleem Saifullah Khan Azam Khan Swati are the key members of different political who will stand retired on 11th March 2012 Party-wise list of the legislators retiring on March11, 2012 is being produced as below: PML-Q including its faction PML-Likeminded: Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi, Ammar Ahmed Khan, Javed Ali Shah, Lt. Gen. (R) Javed Ashraf, Jan Mohammad Jamali, Jamal Leghari, Naeem Hussain Chattha, Mohabat Khan Marri, Muhammad Ali Durrani, Saleem Saifullah Khan and Tariq Azeem will retire on general seats. Gulshan Saeed, Nilofar Bakhtiar, Rehana Yahya Baloch, Semeen Siddiqui, Fauzia Fakhar-uz-Zaman, Haroon Khan, SM Zafar, Wasim Sajjad and Saeed Ahmed Hashmi are expiring their term on women and technocrat seats including Ulema respectively. PML-N: Ishaq Dar will retire on general seat. JUI-F: Khalid Soomro, Maulana Gul Naseeb, Talha Mahmood and Ismail Buledi will stand retired on general seats while Ms Sabina Rauf, Azam Swati and Rahmatullah Kakar will retire after the expiry of their term on women and technocrats seats PPP: Babar Awan, Raza Rabbani, Dr Safdar Abbasi will expire their term on general seats while Ms Ratna, Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh on women and technocrats seats. MQM: Ahmed Ali, Tahir Mashhadi will retire on general seats while Abdul Khaliq Pirzada on a technocrat seat. ANP: Ilyas Bilour will retire on a technocrat seat. JI: Prof. Khurshid Ahmed and Prof Ibrahim will expire their term on general seats while Aafia Zia on women seat. PKAMP: Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhel will expire his term on a general seat. JWP: Shahid Hassan Bugti will retire on general seat. PPP-Sherpao: Muhammad Ghufran Khan will expire his term on a general seat. National Party (NP): Dr Abdul Malik on a general seat. PKAMP: Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhil on a general seat. Balochistan National Party -Awami (BNP-A): Mir Israrullah Khan Zehri on a general seat. Pakistan Muslim League-Functional (PML-F): Syed Sajid Hussain Zaidi on a general seat. FATA: Abdul Raziq, Abdur Rashid, Maulana Saleh Shah and Hafiz Rashid Ahmed.