Baz Muhammad Khan
Baz Muhammad Khan


Baz Muhammad Khan is a member of Awami National Party who got selected as a member of Central Election Commission and is now serving as a Vice president of Awami National Party. He is a son of Late Amir Muhammad Khan.

Name:Baz Muhammad Khan
In Urdu:باز محمّد خان
Famous As:Politician
Residence:Bannu Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Education:Bachelors in Law from Law College Peshawar
Profession:He is a Pakistani Politician and Member of Senate of Pakistan
Contact Number:0333-9124504
Parents:Amir Muhammad Khan
Political Party:Awami National Party
Serve As:Vice President and Senator
Time Period :March 2012 – present

With FamilyDuring Central working Committee Session Fateh Khuwani with other party membersWith Salaar Yaqoob KhanWith Nawaz Sharif

Biography and Education

Baz Muhammad Khan is a Pakistani politician and a member of senate. He is associated with Awami National Party (ANP) and is currently serving as the Chairperson of the Senate Committee on Kashmir Affairs & Gilgit Baltistan. He has been elected as Chairman of Overseas Pakistanis Affairs. Baz belongs from Bannu Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from where he has completed his studies too. He has a bachelors in Law from Law College Peshawar. He completed his degree in 1973. [1] Biography Biography

Political Career

During meeting with all members
He belongs to Bannu Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, and was elected to the Senate of Pakistan in March 2012 on a general seat as Awami National Party candidate. He is the chairperson of Senate Committee on Kashmir Affairs & Gilgit Baltistan and Human Resources Development & Overseas Pakistanis. He is a member of senate committees of Cabinet Secretariat, Functional Committee on Government Assurances, Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony. He is the senior vice president of ANP Khyber Pakhtunkhwa since 2006 and is currently the Central Vice President of ANP. He has been previously elected to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly in 1988,1990, 1993, 1997 and again in 2002 where he served as provincial minister for health, provincial minister for forest and later provincial minister for irrigation. In 2008, Asfandyar Wali Khan had declared Baz Muhammad Khan as his party’s candidate for the Chief Minister’s slot, but Baz Muhammad Khan lost his seat. In 2013 his son Taimoor Baz Khan also contested elections from PK-71 and was declared the winner, but he lost his seat in repolling ordered by Chief Justice Dost Mohammad Khan who had issues with ANP in the past. [2] Political career  

Appointed Interim Central General Secretary

The Election Commission of ANP  decided the convening of a crucial meeting of the Central Election Commission of the party on September 7, at Bacha Khan Markaz at 11:00 A.M. All provincial chairmen of the election commission, all former provincial presidents and former central secretary general, Ihsan Wayen were also invited to the meeting. Those who attended were included Senator Baz Mohammad Khan, ex. MNA Bushra Gohar, chairman, provincial election commission, Bashir Khan Matta, member, provincial election commission KP, Aimal Wali Khan, secretary general provincial election commission, Jamila Gilani, Saddruddin Marwat, Jaffar Shah Khan and Nimroz Khan. Interim President of ANP and Chairman Central Election Commission Senator Haji Muhammad Adeel  appointed Senator Baz Muhammad Khan as member of Central Election Commission and Acting Central General Secretary of the party. [3] Appointed general secretary

Finalises more candidates for 2018 polls

Awami National Party has finalised some more candidates for the next general elections. ANP Vice-President Senator Baz Muhammad Khan said the party’s Central Working Committee had decided to award tickets to the candidates well before the announcement of the election schedule. He said the candidate’s position and public perception and his relationship with the party organisation in his or her constituency were also taken into account before the award of ticket. The ANP leader said that having a team for the election would give ample time to candidates and party for canvassing. He said that awarding tickets in advance also facilitated the leadership to address the reservations of the disgruntled workers. He added that party leaders would not have to worry about wooing the disgruntled workers during the election.  [4] Finalise more candidates

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