Second Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet

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First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet
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Cabinet of Punjab, Pakistan
Date formed30 November 1988
Date dissolved6 August 1990
People and organisations
Head of governmentBenazir Bhutto
Member partyIslami Jamhoori Ittehad
Status in legislatureMajority
History
PredecessorFirst Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet
SuccessorWyne provincial cabinet

The Second Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet was formed by Nawaz Sharif in November 1988 to begin a new government following the 1988 Pakistani general election. It was dissolved on 6 August 1990.[1]

Cabinet[edit]

Ministers[edit]

Following were the members of the cabinet:

  • Al-Haj Rana Phool Muhammad Khan (PP-149 – Kasur) — Cooperatives
  • Ch Akhtar Ali (PP-104 – Sialkot) — Communication and Works– IJI
  • Ch Muhammad Iqbal (PP-85 – Gujranwala) — Information
  • Ch Muhammad Riaz (PP-10 – Rawalpindi) — Social Welfare– IJI
  • Ch Parvez Elahi (PP-94 – Gujrat) — Local Government & Rural Development
  • Dr Muhammad Afzal Eiaz (PP-1 – Rawalpindi) — Transport– IJI
  • Makhdoom Ali Raza Shah (PP-72 – Toba Tek Singh) – PPP
  • Shah Mahmood Qureshi (PP-166 – Multan) — Planning and Development
  • Malik Ghulam Muhammad Noor Rabbani Khar (PP-212 – Muzaffargarh) — Wildlife and Fisheries
  • Malik Salim Iqbal (PP-19 – Chakwal) — Health
  • Khan Gul Hamid Khan Rokhri (PP-37 – Mianwali) — Food – IJI
  • Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi (PP-182 – Sahiwal) — Revenue
  • Saeed Ahmad Khan Manais (PP-193 – Vehari) — Agriculture– IJI
  • Saeed Akbar Khan (PP-40 – Bhakkar) — Livestock and Dairy Development
  • Qari Saeed-ur-Rehman (PP-13 – Attock) — Zakat & Ushr– IJI
  • Raja Ashfaq Sarwar Khan (PP-8 – Rawalpindi) — Labour– IJI
  • Sardar Amjad Hameed Khan Dasti (PP-211 – Muzaffargarh) — Finance
  • Sardar Muhammad Arif Nakai (PP-150 – Kasur) — Industries and Mineral Development
  • Sardar Nasrullah Khan Dreshak (PP-205 – Rajanpur) — Irrigation/Law & Parliamentary Affairs– IJI
  • Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa (PP-201 – D.G.Khan) — Education, Finance, IJI
  • Syed Afzaal Ali Shah (PP-158 – Okara) — Housing, Physical and Environmental Planning
  • Syed Ahmad Mahmood (PP-238 – Rahim Yar Khan) — Excise & Taxation– IND

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Previous Assemblies".