Ali Gohar Khan Biography
Ali Gohar Khan Family
Ali Gohar khan meeting with Asif Zardari
Ali Gohar with Imran Khan while addressing with the people
Ali Gohar with Bilawal Bhutto Zardari
Ali Gohar Khan BiographyAli Gohar Khan Mahar is a Pakistani politician who is associated with the Grand Democratic Alliance which is an electoral alliance of disparate political parties based in Pakistan. In 2018 the party collaborated with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf by launching seat arrangements in more than ten seats with the mission of giving defeat to the PPP. Previously he served as District Nazim of his region Gotki. He likewise performed his duties as a member of the National Assembly for straight 5 years while being connected with Pakistan people's party.
Ali Gohar ageHe was born on 1st September 1968 in Gotki which is a district in Pakistan situated in the Sindh province. Currently, he resides in the same district with his family.
Ali Gohar Khan FamilyHe belongs to a political family where his brother Ali Nawaz Khan Mehar is serving as a member of the Provincial Assembly while being attached with Pakistan peoples party while his brother Sardar Ali Mohammad Khan Mahar who joined PTI in 2018 was performing his duties as Federal Minister for Narcotics Control but unfortunately on 21st May 2019 he died due to heart attack.
- His political career started in 1990 when he contested the 1990 General Elections as an independent candidate from Constituency PS-3 (Sukkur-III) for the seat of the provincial Assembly but unfortunately, he faced defeat from his opponent by receiving only 90 votes. In 1993 he joined Pakistan Muslim League N and ran for the seat of provincial Assembly from Constituency PS-3 (Ghotki-III). He received 26,853 votes and gave defeat to PPP candidate Mehboob Ali Shah.
- In 1997 he collaborated with Pakistan peoples party and contested General Elections as a member of the provincial Assembly from Constituency PS-3 (Ghotki-III) and won the seat to Umeed Ali Chachar. During his tenure he also served as a District Nazim of his district Gotki.
- He kept running for the seat of the National Assembly of Pakistan and Provincial Assembly of Sindh from Constituency NA-201 (Ghotki-II) and from Constituency PS-8 (Ghotki-IV), separately in 2013 General Elections as an independent candidate, yet was ineffective. Unfortunately, he lost both the seats to his opponents by receiving fewer votes. In the same elections, he contested as a member of the National Assembly while being attached to PPP and gave defeat to Khalid Ahmed Khan Lund by receiving 86,579 votes.
- In the 2018 General Elections he shook hands with Grand Democratic Alliance which is an electoral alliance of disparate political parties based in Pakistan. In 2018 the party collaborated with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf by launching seat arrangements in more than ten seats with the mission of giving defeat to the PPP.