Saeed Akbar Khan

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Saeed Akbar Khan
سعید اکبر خان نوانی
Provincial Minister for Communications & Works (Punjab)[1]
In office
2008–2013
Member of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab, Pakistan[1]
In office
2002–2013
In office
1985–1999
ConstituencyPP-49 (Bhakkar-III)[1]
Provincial Minister for Prisons (Punjab)[1]
In office
2003–2007
Adviser to Chief Minister of Punjab[1]
In office
1986–1988
Parliamentary Secretary (Punjab)[1]
In office
1985–1985
President of Istehkam-e-Pakistan Party Sargodha
Assumed office
12 August 2023
PresidentAleem Khan
Personal details
Born (1952-06-08) 8 June 1952 (age 71)
Bhakkar District, Punjab, Pakistan[1]
Political party PMLN (2024-present)
Other political
affiliations
IPP (2023-2024)
PMLN (2022-2023)
PTI (2018-2022)
PMLN (2013-2018)
PPP (2008-2013)
PML-Q (2001-2008)
PMLN (1997-1999)
PPP (1993-1996)
PMLN (1990-1993)
Islami Jamhoori Ittehad (1988-1990)
Pakistan Muslim League (1985-1988)
RelationsRashid Akbar Khan (brother)[1]
ParentGhulam Akbar Khan (father)[1]
Alma materUniversity of the Punjab (MA) - 1985
OccupationPolitician, agriculturist[1]

Saeed Akbar Khan Nawani (Urdu: سعید اکبر خان نوانی; born 8 June 1952) is a Pakistani politician and a member of the 15th Punjab Assembly.

Political career[edit]

He has been successively elected as a member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab since from 1985 till 2008.[1]

He was re-elected to the Provincial Assembly in the 2008 elections from PP-49 Bhakkar-III as an independent candidate. He received 53,628 votes and defeated Ghazanfar Abbas Cheena, a candidate of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) (PML-N).

He was re-elected to the Provincial Assembly in the 2018 elections from PP-90 Bhakkar-II as a candidate of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He received 59,490 votes and defeated Irfan Ullah Khan Niazi, a candidate of the PML(N).

He was de-seated due to his vote against party policy for the Chief Minister of Punjab election on 16 April 2022.[2]

He ran in the resulting July 2022 by-election as a candidate of the PML(N), but was unsuccessful. He received 66,513 votes and was defeated by Irfan Ullah Khan Niazi, a candidate of the PTI.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Punjab Assembly". pap.gov.pk. Retrieved 17 March 2016.
  2. ^ "ECP de-seats 25 dissident PTI MPs who voted for Hamza Shahbaz". www.thenews.com.pk. Retrieved 2022-05-21.