Jam Sadiq Ali

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Jam Sadiq Ali
20th Chief Minister of Sindh
In office
6 August 1990 – 5 March 1992
Preceded byAftab Shahban Mirani
Succeeded bySyed Muzaffar Hussain Shah
Nawab of Sanghar
Preceded byNawab Jam Kambho Khan
Succeeded byNawab Jam Mashooq Ali Nawab Jam Zulfiqar Ali Khan
Personal details
Born1934 (1934)
Jam Nawaz Ali, Sanghar District, Sindh
Died5 March 1992 (1992-03-06) (aged 58)
Karachi
Political partyIndependent
Residence(s)Jam Nawaz Ali, Sanghar District, Sindh
ProfessionNawab of Sanghar, Politician

Nawab Jam Sadiq Ali (Urdu: جام صادق علی) (ca. 1934– 5 March 1992) was a politician from Sindh, Pakistan. He was the Nawab of Sanghar and Sardar of Junejo tribe and belonged to the ruling dynasty of Samaa Ja'ams who ruled Sindh over two centuries up to middle of 1700. After his passing in March 1992 he was succeeded by his son Nawab Jam Mashooq Ali Khan. Nawab Jam Mashooq Ali Khan, who had served as a federal minister and a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan multiple times, died in 2018. He was then succeeded by Nawab Jam Zulfiquar Ali Khan, who is the current Chief of the Samaa Dynasty, Chief of Junejo tribes and Nawab of Sanghar.

Life[edit]

Jam Sadiq Ali Khan was Chief Minister of Sindh from 6 August 1990 to 5 March 1992. He was the Sardar of the Samma Jam and Junejo tribes and the Nawab of Sanghar.[citation needed] During Benazir Bhutto's 20-month Government, Mr. Jam Sadiq Ali served as an adviser but eventually resigned because of differences and was an archenemy of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. After Benazir Bhutto was forced to step down in August 1990 because of corruption charges, he was elected Chief Minister of Sindh.[citation needed]

Jam Sadiq Ali Khan died on 5 March 1992 of cirrhosis of the liver at his home in Karachi. The Sind government declared three days of mourning, closing government offices and schools. He was buried at his ancestral graveyard in Goth Nawab Jam Nawaz Ali.[citation needed]



Preceded by Chief Minister of Sindh
1990–1992
Succeeded by