RAHIM YAR KHAN - The Jamaat-e-Islami Rahim Yar Khan chapter declared announced the names of its candidates for the upcoming general elections. The party has chosen an advocate, a doctor, a cloth merchant and a retired brick kiln owner as its candidates for four of the six National Assembly constituencies in the district. The names were announced following a meeting of the executive council. Advocate Malik Abdul Majeed will contest elections for the National Assembly seat NA-192, Dr Muhammad Abid for NA-193, Haroon Rasheed Bajwa, who has retired from his brick kiln business, for NA-196 and Haji Abdul Aziz, a cloth merchant in Rail Bazaar of Sadiqabad, for NA-197. The Jamaat-e-Islami may not field candidates for the remaining two National Assembly seats from the district. The JI will contest provincial assembly elections on 11 seats. Qazi Abdus Samee will contest in PP-287, Muhammad Ishtiaq Hameed in PP-288, Dr Tariq Baloch in PP-289, Khawaja Rafiq Ahmed in PP-290, Dr Muhammad Rafiq in PP-291, Zahoor Ahmed Mansuri in PP-292, Dr Anwaarul Haq in PP-293, Dr Ghulam Rasool in PP-294, Malik Nazakat Ali in PP-295, Chaudhry Hafeez Warraich in PP-296 and Khalid Qammar in PP-297. Earlier, Chaudhry Muhammad Ishtiaq Ahmed, the Jamaat Islami political committee president, presented a zone-wise performance report of various party organisations in the district.On the occasion, the participants passed resolutions condemning the production of a movie which they said included blasphemous content and to express solidarity with the families of the workers who lost their lives in two factory fires in Karachi and Lahore.