Anwar Kamal Khan full name Anwar Kamal Khan Marwat Mina Khel was elected as member of the Senate in March 1997 for a six year term. He served as member of the Senate Standing Committee on Water and Power and on Local Government and Rural Development and also on Functional Committee on Probles of Less Developed Areas.
|Name:||Anwar Kamal Khan|
|Famous As:||انور کمال خان|
|Full Name:||Anwar Kamal Khan Marwat Mina Khel|
|Led his First Tribal Army:||1973|
|Served as:||member of the Senate Standing Committee on Water and Power|
|Elected to the Provincial Assembly:||2002 Elections|
|Also Served as:||On Local Government and Rural Development|
|Date:||19 November 1946|
|Parents:||Habibullah Khan (Father)|
|Siblings :||Akhtar Munir Khan Marwat (Brother)|
|Date:||13 February 2012|
|Rest Place:||Lakki Murawat Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa|
|Cause of Death:||Two Sudden Heart Attacks|
|Serve As:||Senoir Leader|
Anwar Kamal Khan Marwat, a practising lawyer, was born in Bannu city of Pakistan.Anwar Kamal was son of Justice (retd) Habibullah Khan, the first chairman of the Senate of Pakistan and elder brother of a senior Pakistani Civil Servant Akhtar Munir Khan Marwat.
Member of Senate
He was elected member of the Senate in March 1997 for a period of six years. He was also a member of Senate standing committees on water and power, planning and development and local government and rural development.
Member of Provincial Assembly
He was a member of the provincial assembly in 1988-90 and again from 1993-96. He was deputy parliamentary leader in KPK assembly from 1993-96. He also remained provincial minister for planning and development from 1988 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 1994.
Mr Kamal Marwat was also elected unopposed as chairman town/municipal committees Lakki Marwat during 1982-1987 and 83-85 APP.
He led his first lashkar, or tribal army, in 1973, shortly after leaving high school with his eye on the civil service. This was more fun. In 2007 came a glorious foray to sack a police station on the Punjabi border and steal its guns. In 2004, most famously, he took 3,000-4,000 heavily armed and bearded men up into the hills to avenge the abduction of two Marwat women by the next-door Bhittani tribe. Around 70 or 80 people were killed, and a village flattened. The $260,000 in compensation his tribe had to pay the Bhittanis was not too bad, he thought, to restore Marwat honour.
Anwar Kamal Khan Marwat was laid to rest in his ancestral graveyard in Lakki city.His body was shifted to his hometown where a large number of people from different walks of life attended funeral prayers offered in the children park in the heart of city.He died due to two sudden heart attacks at Lady Reading Hospital in Peshawar.