Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti

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Abdul Hamid Dasti
عبدالحمید خان دستی
Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti (cropped).jpg
Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti in 1949
4th Chief Minister of West Punjab
In office
21 May 1955 – 14 October 1955
GovernorMushtaq Gurmani
Preceded byFeroz Khan Noon
Succeeded byPosition abolished
Succeeded by West Pakistan
Malik Meraj Khalid (1972)
Personal details
ChildrenAmjad Hameed Khan Dasti (son)[1]

Sardar Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti (Urdu: عبدالحمید خان دستی) was a Pakistani politician who served as the Chief Minister of Punjab in 1955. He was an MP in the Second Parliament of Pakistan.[2]

Family and personal life[edit]

Abdul Hamid Dasti was born in Muzaffargarh in 1895, the second of seven sons of Allah Yaar Khan Dasti. He and his wife, Amatullah, would go on to have three sons, two daughters, and 13 grandchildren, some of which would follow in his footsteps to serve their country in the political realm.


Abdul Hamid Kahn Dasti died on 11 February 1985.


  1. ^ "Legislators from MUZAFFARGARH (PP-207 to PP-214)".
  2. ^ "2nd Constitute Assembly From 1955-1958 List of Members & Addresses" (PDF). National Assembly of Pakistan.
Political offices
Preceded by Chief Minister of Punjab
Succeeded by