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PC Arfon Williams from the Roads Policing Unit said: "It is quite unbelievable that someone would choose to drive whilst disqualified, especially when you have already been caught previously.
They were disqualified from receiving SNAP benefits for a period of 12 months.
Some 31,668 males just over one-third of the total number of people disqualified were between the ages of 20 and 30.
ASIC is resolved to ensure those who are disqualified from managing companies do not flout the law, ASIC Commissioner Greg Tanzer said.
The disqualified contenders said their names were removed without any reason.
The ECP had vowed that the process of scrutiny would continue even after the elections and those found to have deceived would be disqualified even after the clearance of their nomination papers and elections.
The disqualified lawmakers are Farah Naz Isfahani, Zahid Iqbal, Farhat Mehmood Khan, Jameel Malik, Muhammed Akhlaq, Ashraf Chauhan, Nadia Gabol, Wasim Qadir, Nadeem Khadim, Amina Buttar and Ahmed Ali shah.
Hills: 3 Tour winner to be disqualified within 48 hours of the final stage, 2 any stage winner to be disqualified within 48 hours of winning that stage; number of riders disqualified during Tour: 3-10 none to ten, 7-2 11 to 20, 11 21 or more.
In his order, Bopaiah said these MLAs have been disqualified under the provision of the anti-defection law as envisaged in the Tenth Schedule of the Constitution.
Most of those disqualified were believed to be Sunnis from the winning Iraqiya list.
The judge said that Zahoor, who had never passed a driving test, had been caught driving while disqualified "again and again and again".
Chief magistrate Norman Ames, jailing Manderson, said: "This the worst case of driving while disqualified, in total, we have come across.