First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet

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First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet
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Cabinet of Punjab, Pakistan
Date formed5 April 1985
Date dissolved30 May 1988
People and organisations
Head of stateMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq
Head of governmentMuhammad Khan Junejo
Member partyPakistan Muslim League
Status in legislatureMajority
PredecessorQureshi provincial cabinet
SuccessorSecond Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet

The First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet was formed by Nawaz Sharif in April 1985 to begin a new government following the 1985 Pakistani general election. It was dissolved on 30 May 1988.[1]



Following were the members of the cabinet:

  • Ch Abdul Ghafoor (PP-229 – Bahawalnagar) — Agriculture, Law and Parliamentary Affairs
  • Ch Muhammad Iqbal (PP-137 – Gujranwala) — Revenue, Relief & Consolidations
  • Ch Mumtaz Hussain (PP-201 – Sahiwal) — Education, Finance, Excise and Taxation
  • Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi (PP-28 – Gujrat) — Local Government and Rural Development
  • Makhdoom Altaf Ahmed (PP-236 – Rahim Yar Khan) — Finance (Additional charge Excise and Taxation)
  • Malik Khuda Bakhsh Khan Tiwana (PP-39 – Khushab) — Auqaf, Local Government and Rural Development
  • Malik Saleem Iqbal (PP-16 – Chakwal) — Co-operatives, Fisheries and Wildlife
  • Mehr Ghulam Dastgir Lak (PP-43 – Sargodha) — Food Department
  • Shaheen Atiq-ur-Rehman (Women Seat) — Social Welfare & Women's Division
  • Abdul Qayyum Awan (PP-69 – Faisalabad) — Labour, Jails, Zakat and Usher
  • Abdul Razzaq (PP-160 – Khanewal) — Irrigation and Power
  • Ghulam Haider Wyne (PP-161 – Khanewal) — Industries & Mineral Development, Planning and Development and Education
  • Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi (PP-204 – Sahiwal) — Colonies, Revenue and Relief, Consolidation, Live Stock and Dairy Development
  • Saeed Ahmed Khan Manais (PP-178 – Vehari) — Communication and Works, Food and Transport
  • Saeed Ahmed Qureshi (PP-169 – Multan) — Zakat and Ushr
  • Raja Iqbal Mehdi (PP-20 – Jhelum) — Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries.
  • Sardar Arif Rashid (PP-109 – Lahore) — Agriculture, Irrigation and Power, Forestry, Tourism and Culture
  • Syed Afzaal Ali Shah (PP-216 – Okara) — Health, Communication and Works
  • Syeda Sajida Nayyar Abidi (PP-142 – Sialkot) — Livestock & Dairy Development
  • Raja Khalique Ullah Khan (PP-129 – Gujranwala), Law & Parliamentary Affairs


  1. ^ "Previous Assemblies".