Shabbir Qaimkhani

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Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani
شبیر احمد قیخانی
Former Member of Provincial Assembly of Sindh
PresidentPervaiz Musharraf
Prime MinisterZafarullah Khan Jamali
Personal details
BornMirpurkhas, Pakistan
Political partyMuttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan
Other political
Pak Sarzameen Party (2018-2023)
ParentMuhammad Bashir Khan (father)
Alma materSindh Agriculture University, Tandojam

Shabbir Qaimkhani is a Pakistani politician who served as Provincial Minister for IT in Sindh. He was a member and the Sindh President of Pak Sarzameen Party.

Political career[edit]

Shabbir was appointed as Circle Incharge for Kot Ghulam Muhammad Circle in the year 1986 and then appointed as Sector Incharge in the same circle in 1988.

In 1993, Shabbir Ahmed was elected as Member of Zonal Committee of Mirpurkhas Zone as well as also elected as Zonal Incharge of Mirpurkhas with the help of General Party Election in 1997. He became member of MQM in the year 1995. He was currently working as Joint Incharge of MQM as he has also elected as Member Provincial Assembly in General Election 2002 from Mirpurkhas. Shabbir also served as the IT Minister of Sindh.[2]

Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani was a member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement who has served as Provincial Minister for IT in Sindh. He worked as Joint Incharge of MQM.

He was also elected as Member Provincial Assembly in Pakistan General Election 2002 from Mirpurkhas.[1]

Shabbir has also worked on most of the junior posts in the party. In April 2018 Shabbir Qaimkhani joined Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP)[2][3][4][5][6] Shabbir Qaimkhani is a senior member of PSP. Qaimkhani was also the Sindh President for PSP.

Early life and education[edit]


Shabbir Qaimkhani's father is Muhammad Bashir Khan.


Shabbir completed his matriculation from rural areas and passed his matriculation from Govt. Boys High School, Kot Ghulam Muhammad. He then received his degree in BSc Honors from Sindh Agriculture University, Tando Jam.


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  2. ^ "MQM-P's Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani joins PSP | Pakistan Today". Retrieved 2019-05-19.
  3. ^ "MQM's Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani joins PSP - Pakistan". Dunya News. Retrieved 2019-05-19.
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  5. ^ "Shabbir Qaimkhani joins PSP". 2018-04-14. Retrieved 2019-05-19.
  6. ^ "MQM-P's Shabbir Ahmed Qaimkhani joins PSP". Retrieved 2019-05-19.