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Sardar Qamar Zaman Khan

Sardar Qamar Zaman Khan
Sardar Qamar-uz-Zaman Khan
Health minister of Azad Kashmir
Personal details
Born (1952-08-19)August 19, 1952
Bagh, Azad Kashmir
Political party Pakistan Peoples Party
Relations Sardar Zia Qamar Son
Religion Islam

Sardar Qamar Zaman Khan (Urdu:سردار قمر زمان خان) was born on 19 August 1952, in village Panyali Tehsil and District Bagh, Azad Kashmir. He obtained his initial education from Panyali. He passed matriculation examination from Govt. High School Bagh, Azad Kashmir and later on passed FSc and B.A from Govt. Degree College Muzaffarabad. During this period the pillars of the Govt. has been trembling due to his rightessness and his outspoken activities. He vigorously and tirelessly struggled for the rights of students and he played a vital role in this regard. He launched a struggle for the rights of the students in 1978, against the MARSHALLA regime and due to his tireless efforts he was placed in detention, where he was badly tortured. He earned a great repute due to his rightessness and he always represents and supports the poor faction of society.

Contents

  • Personal Information 1
  • Early life 2
  • Political career 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Personal Information

Member Legislative Assembly of Azad Kashmir. Vice-President PPP azad kashmir. Member of Election Campaign Pakistan Peoples Party AJK. Member of Parliamentary Board of PPP AJK.

Sardar Qamar Zaman is a great leader. He is the only name in a political history of bagh who has done great works for the better ment of bagh and the people of Bagh, Azad Kashmir in past and he is still doing now..... In 1990, he was elected as an independent candidate from LA-XIV Bagh II and assumed the charge of Minister Education as an ally of PPP Govt.

In 1991, again he was elected as an independent candidate from constituency LA-XV Bagh III. Later on in December 1992, he was placed into detention for the sake of rights of the people and remains in detention for two months (approximately). He performed his duties as vice-president of Pakistan Peoples Party Azad Kashmir, and Chairman Social Action Programme in 1993.

In 1996, he has been again elected on the ticket of Pakistan Peoples Party and assumed the charge of Minister Education and Minister Finance later.

In 2006, once again he was elected in the General Elections and he has been elected as Leader of the Opposition in Azad Kashmir Assembly and later on Minister Health / Senior Minister and also performed the function as Acting Prime Minister.

As a Minister of Education he introduced “Education Package” for Azad Jammu and Kashmir for which number of schools and colleges has been established, upgraded and thousands of number of Jobs created for Jobless people. And similarly as Minister Health he also delivered “Health Package” for the poorest of the poor people of Azad Jmmu and Kahsmir and earned a great repute due to his outstanding performance.

Now a days he is an elected Member of Azad Kashmir assembly (MLA),[1] he is also performing functions of Vice-President of PPP AJK, and also working as Acting Member of Election Campaign for the Party, and Member of Parliamentary Board of PPP AJK.

Early life

Political career

References

  1. ^ Members AJK Legislative Assembly 2011 to till now

http://www.ajkmc.edu.pk/Messages/mhmsg.aspx http://www.ajkassembly.gok.pk/current_members.htm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Td_RwASQSo

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External links

  • Profile
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