Pir of Pagaro VIII
|پير پاڳارو |
|Leader of the Grand Democratic Alliance|
|Assumed office |
23 October 2017
|Preceded by||Position established|
|President of the Pakistan Muslim League (F)|
|Assumed office |
11 January 2012
|Preceded by||Syed Shah Mardan Shah-II|
|Born||14 February 1956 (aged 66)|
|Political party||Pakistan Muslim League (F)|
|Grand Democratic Alliance|
|Relatives||Pir of Pagaro VI (grandfather) |
Pir Sadaruddin Shah (brother)
|Known for||Spiritual leader of Hurs community|
Sibghatullah Shah Rashdi III (Sindhi: صبغت الله شاهه راشدي, Urdu: پير صبغت الله شاه راشدي ), also known as Raja Saein, the eighth Pir Pagaro, (born 14 February 1956) is a Pakistani politician who has served as a member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh.
Early life and career
He is the eldest son of 7th Pir Pagaro Syed Shah Mardan Shah-II who died on 10 January 2012. He is 8th Pir Pagaro since 12 January 2012. He is currently the President of the Pakistan Muslim League (F) and the leader of the Grand Democratic Alliance.
He was the Chairman of the District Council of Khairpur in 1983. He has been elected three times to the Sindh Assembly and has been a Provincial Minister. He became the President of the Pakistan Muslim League (F) after the death of his father Syed Shah Mardan Shah-II in 2012. Before the general election 2013 on 23 October 2017, he participated in forming the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) with other political parties in Sindh. He announced a manifesto to provide Education Health and Justice to the people.
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