Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana
|ملک محمد رفیق رجوانہ|
|40th Governor of Punjab|
10 May 2015 – 18 August 2018
|Prime Minister||Shahid Khaqan Abbasi|
|Preceded by||Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar|
|Succeeded by||Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar|
|Pakistani Senator from Punjab|
12 March 2012 – 7 May 2015
|President||Asif Ali Zardari|
|Prime Minister||Raja Pervaiz Ashraf|
3 June 1997 – 5 July 1999
Muhammad Rafique Rajwana
20 February 1949
Multan, West Punjab, Pakistan
|Political party||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Alma mater||Forman Christian College|
Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana (Punjabi: ملک محمد رفیق رجواݨا; Urdu: ملک محمد رفیق رجوانہ; born 20 February 1949) was the 32nd Governor of Punjab, in office since 10 May 2015. He is affiliated with PML-N.
He conducted landmark cases, including Mian Nawaz Sharif, Memogate Scandal, Election expenses, Alstom Energy Ltd, Rally Energy Ltd and Liverpool Cotton Association. He was the chairman of the parliamentary committee for appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner of Pakistan in 2014.
Rajwana joined the judiciary in 1987, resigning, later to start law firm Rajwana & Rajwana. In 1996, he was elected as President of High Court Bar Association Multan. His core areas of practice are Civil, Company, Alternate Dispute Resolution and Arbitration.
He has been member of senate committees for Foreign Affairs, Law Justice and Human Rights, Government Assurances, Committee on Rules of Procedure and Privileges, Senate House Committee, Devolution Process
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