ISLAMABAD - The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) has issued the details of 50 senators, who will complete their term in the Upper House of the Parliament on March 11, as it proceeds with conducting the Senate polls while a case is being heard in the apex court against the electoral process.Five political parties are going to be eliminated from the Senate on March 11, which include Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Jamhoori Watan Party (JWP), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP), National Party (NP) and Balochistan National Party (BNP)-Awami.The three JI Senators retiring next month are: Prof Khurshid, Prof Ibrahim and Afia Zia. The JWP, PKMAP, NP and BNP (Awami) currently have onemember representation in the Senate. The retiring parliamentarians from these parties are: Shahid Hassan Bugti (JWP) Mir Israrullah Khan Zehri (BNP-Awami), Abdul Rahim Khan Mandokhel (PKMAP) and Abdul Malik from NP. Hafiz Rasheed Ahmad, Abdul Raziq, Abdul Rasheed and Maulana Muhammad Saleh Shah make four independent (not officially affiliated with any political party) parliamentarians from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) who would see their six-year term expiring on March 11.The retiring lot comprises as many as twenty members of Parliament from Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid, seven each from Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), three from Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and one each from Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz and Awami National Party (ANP). The JUI-F's five out of a total of seven and JI's all the three seats falling vacant are registered with the former Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) that ceases to exist now.With the retirement of half of the senators in 100-member house, the numerical strength of PPP would reduce from 27 to 20, PML-Q from 21 to one, JUI-F from 10 to three, PML-N from seven to six, MQM from six to three and ANP from six to five, while the number of independent senators will shrink from 12 to eight. The PPP Sherpao and PML-Functional would remain unaffected in the Senate with one member each.On the third of this month, the Supreme Court was moved against the election of senators from the existing assemblies that were elected with the virtue of over 38 million unverified and bogus voters. Earlier on January 19, the SC had observed during hearing of a case on electoral rolls that ECP was under obligation to conduct by-polls on fresh and updated electoral lists, an order that the ECP finally showed compliance with, after much resentment and defiance.On January 12, the SC had expressed displeasure over prolonged and repeated delay in the preparation of Electoral Rolls 2011 by the ECP. The same day, ECP announced to hold Senate polls on March 2. The Upper House elections on fresh voter lists mean, the senators are to be elected by a fresh electoral college of the elected MPs that come to assemblies after next general elections. Unless the Senate elections are postponed till fresh assemblies, the credibility of the newly elected Senators in March 2 elections would remain greatly compromised for being elected by the MPs of parliamentary assemblies that are the outcome of 38 million bogus and unverified votes.Meanwhile, the details of the retire-to-be senators are as follow: Tariq Azim Khan (PML-Q), Wasim Sajjad (PML-Q), Muhammad Ishaq Dar (PML-N), Babar Awan (PPP), Jamal Leghari (PML-Q), Javed Ali Shah (PML-Q), Lieutenant General (R) Javed Ashraf (PML-Q), Muhammad Ali Durrani (PML-Q), Naeem Chattha (PML-Q), Gulshan Saeed (PML-Q), Nilofar Bakhtiar (PML-Q), S.M Zafar (PML-Q), Haroon Khan (PML-Q), Raza Rabbani (PPP), Ahmad Ali (MQM), Shahid Bugti (JWP), Ismail Buledi (JUI-F), Mir Israrullah Khan (BNP Awami), Mohabat Khan Mari (PML-Q), Abdul Rahim Mandokhel (PKMAP), Dr Abdul Malik (NP), Jan Muhammad Jamali (PML-Q), Rehana Baloch (PML-Q), Sabina Rauf (JUI-F), Saeed Ahmad Hashmi (PML-Q), Rahmatullah Kakar (JUI-F), Abdul Ghaffar Qureshi (PML-Q), Sajid Zaidi (PPP), Dr Safdar Ali (PPP), Tahir Mashhadi (MQM), Dr Khalid Soomro (JUI-F), Ratna Bibi (PPP), Semeen Siddiqui (PML-Q), Abdul Hafeez Shaikh (PPP), Dr Abdul Khaliq Pirzada (MQM), Ammar Ahmad Khan (PML-Q), Salim Saifullah Khan (PML-Q), Gul Naseeb Khan (JUI-F), Ghufran Khan (PPP), Talha Mahmood (JUI-F), Prof Khurshid Ahmad (JI), Prof Ibrahim Khan (JI), Fauzia Fakhar-uz-Zaman (PML-Q), Afia Zia (JI), Ilyas Bilour (ANP), Qari Abdullah (JUI-F), Hafiz Rasheed Ahmad (Ind), Abdul Raziq (Ind), Abdul Rasheed (Ind) and Maulana Saleh Shah (Ind).