Abdul Qadir Khanzada
Abdul Qadir Khanzada
Abdul Qadir Khanzada

Abdul Qadir Khanzada is a Pakistani politician and a former Lawmaker of the Muttahida Quomi Movement. He has been appointed as a member of the National Assembly for 2 times. This article has all the information about him, including Abdul Qadir Khanzada Biography.

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Personal
Name:Abdul Qadir Khanzada
In Urdu:عبدالقادر خانزادہ
Famous As:Politician
Nationality:Pakistani
Residence:H. No. L-10/4, Block-15, Gulistan-e-Jouhar, Karachi
Religion:Islam
Profession:Politician
Family
Ethnicity:Sindhi
Career
Political Party:Pakistan Peoples Party
Senator:NA-242 (Karachi-IV)
Serve As:Senator
Old Political Affiliations:Mutahiida Qoumi Movement (MQM)

Abdul Qadir Khanzada Biography

Abdul Qadir Khanzada Biography

Abdul Qadir is a Pakistani politician who was elected as a member of the National Assembly in the past while being attached to the Muttahida Qaumi Movement. In 2014, the Punjab police raided his house and took him to another location for further interrogation. However, after the investigation, silence remained from both parties.

Political Career

2003 By-elections

He ran for the seat of the National Assembly in 2003 by-elections from NA-242 Constituency while being associated with MQM and have defeat to his opponent. After his tenure, he was made the Parliamentary Secretary Communication till the end of his tenure.

2008 General Elections

After the completion of tenure, he again ran for the National Assembly seat in the 2008 Pakistan General Elections from the same Constituency and once again faced victory. He gave defeat to his opponent of PPP’s Candidate.

Police Raid

In 2016, a police raid occurred in Khanzada’s house due to unknown reasons. As per a few eye-witnesses, almost 25 police members entered his house through his neighbor’s house and took him and his son to another place for further interrogation. After a few times, he released by the police, and later no investigations were made.