Abdullah Abbasi son of Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, works at a senior position in Airblue Airlines.Abdullah wife Maryam, is the daughter of Raja Nosherwan, a retired civil servant.
|In Urdu:||عبد اللہ عباسی|
|Famous As:||Business Man|
|Parents:||Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (Father)|
|Grand Father:||Khaqan Abbasi|
|Siblings :||2 Brothers|
Son of Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi is a Prime Minister of Pakistan.Shahid Khaqan Abbasi first entered into politics after the death of his father Khaqan Abbasi, who was the Minister of production at the time. He fought as an independent candidate and won from Rawalpindi in 1988.He fought as an Independent candidate and won from Rawalpindi in 1988, according to Dawn newspaper. In 1990 he was reelected to the National Assembly and was made Parliamentary Secretary for Defence. In his third term, he contested from PML-N, and was made the chairman of Standing Committee of National Assembly on Defence.Abbasi held important positions in the second term of Nawaz Sharif where he was Chairman of Pakistan International Airlines from 1997 to 1999 before Sharif was ousted from power by General Pervez Musharraf. He was also Minister of Commerce under Yousuf Raza Gillani from March 31, 2008 to May 13, 2008.
The Nikkah was held on Friday 2 Mar 2018 evening in Karachi, while for the reception, PM House’s lawn was decorated as per protocol.PM participated in the Walima reception of his younger son, Abdullah Abbasi held at the PM house Islamabad. The function was kept as simple as it could be. The two families also made sure that the one-dish regulation was followed.Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has set a great example for other politicians to emulate. This Sunday 4 Mar 2018, he held a modest yet beautiful wedding reception for his younger son.Reports mention that the wedding reception for PM Abbasi’s son was pretty low key. Only a few people were invited, with no government officials or staff members of the PM House present during the event.This gesture is a far cry from events of a similar nature, where public officials leave no stone unturned and go all out with lavish wedding arrangements that end up costing millions of Rupees. The truly sad part? All duly paid for by the Pakistani taxpayer, and that too without their knowledge.They say practice what you preach. And in this instance, Prime Minister Abbasi went with the law, serving only one dish in the wedding for his guests.