Ayaz Amir
Ayaz Amir

     
Ayaz Amir is a renowned Pakistani journalist, and is a newly elected Member of National assembly in Pakistan”s Parliament.
He is most famous for his columns in the newspaper Dawn. He is also known as a politician. His columns are critical of the Pakistan army‘s role in politics throughout the history of the country. He is considered to be liberal, arguing passionately the case for rule of law, democracy, and an end to failed military rule along with extremist versions of Islam. In recent years he has written some controversial stories about the 1965 war with India. His articles are humorous yet spot-on, capturing the essence of scandals in the brewing. He has recently joined the newspaper, The News International, which is owned by Jang Group of Newspapers, another national English daily widely circulated.[1]Ayaz Amir Title

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Name:Ayaz Amir
Native Name:ایاز امیر
Famous As: Analyst,Pakistani journalist, columnist and a senior politician,
Also known :As a politician
Nationality:Pakistani
Residence:Chakwal ,Pakistan
Religion:Islam
Profession:Columunist,Tv Anchor
Address:Opposite Old Town Hall Mohallah, Near Wali Masjid, Chakwal
Designation:M.N.A
Institution / Org:Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz
Previously elected:Member of National Assembly representing Chakwal in 2008 as a candidate of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)
Resigned from the party:19 April 2013
Most famous for his columns:Newspaper Dawn
Columns are critical :Pakistan army’s role in politics throughout the history of the country
Hosts a talk show:Counter Point
Affiliation(s):Columunist
Written some controversial stories about:1965 war with India
Ayaz Amir :Captain in Pakistan Army who resigned/released his commission
Columns are critical:Pakistan Army’s role in politics throughout the history of the country

Introduction

Ayaz Amir is a renowned Pakistani journalist, and is a newly elected Member of National Assembly in Pakistan’s Parliament. Captain in aramy Ayaz Amir was a captain in Pakistan Army who resigned/released his commission. He remained an MPA in the Punjab Assembly representing Chakwal. Columunist He is most famous for his columns in the newspaper Dawn.His columns are critical of the Pakistan Army’s role in politics throughout the history of the country.His articles are humorous yet spot-on,capturing the essence of scandals in the brewing. He has recently joined the newspaper, The News International,which is owned by Jang Group of Newspapers, another national English daily widely circulated.In recent years he has written some controversial stories about the 1965 war with India. Tv host He also hosts a talk show “Counter Point” on ARY One World television. He is known for his political satire. Politician He is also known as a politician.He is considered to be liberal, arguing passionately the case for rule of law, democracy, and an end to failed military rule along with extremist versions of Islam. Electon 2008 In parliamentary elections, held on February 18th, 2008, Ayaz Amir won a seat in the National Assembly contesting from Chakwal (Punjab province), representing the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)or PML-N. [2] Ayaz Amir Introduction

Captain in army

Ayaz Amir was a captain in Pakistan Army who resigned/released his commission. He remained an MPA in the Punjab Assembly representing Chakwal.[3] Ayaz Amir Captain in Army

Columnist

He is most famous for his columns in the newspaper Dawn.His columns are critical of the Pakistan Army’s role in politics throughout the history of the country.His articles are humorous yet spot-on,capturing the essence of scandals in the brewing. He has recently joined the newspaper, The News International,which is owned by Jang Group of Newspapers, another national English daily widely circulated.In recent years he has written some controversial stories about the 1965 war with India.[4] Ayaz Amir Columnist

Tv host

He also hosts a talk show “Counter Point” on ARY One World television. He is known for his political satire.

Election 2008

In parliamentary elections, held on February 18th, 2008, Ayaz Amir won a seat in the National Assembly contesting from Chakwal (Punjab province), representing the Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)or PML-N.[5] Ayaz Amir TV Host/Politician/Election