Baz Muhammad Khan is a Pakistani politician, a member of the Pakistan Senate, and is currently working as Chairman of ‘Senate Committee on Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan.’ He has been designated as chairperson of Overseas Pakistanis Matters. He held various ministries, including health, irrigation, and forest. This article has every detail about him, including Baz Muhammad Khan Biography.
|Name:||Baz Muhammad Khan|
|In Urdu:||باز محمّد خان|
|Residence:||Bannu Khyber Pakhtunkhwa|
|Education:||Bachelors in Law from Law College Peshawar|
|Parents:||Amir Muhammad Khan|
|Political Party:||Awami National Party|
|Serve As:||Vice President and Senator|
|Time Period :||March 2012 – present|
Baz Muhammad Khan Biography
Professionally Khan is a lawyer but is also pursuing his career in Pakistani politics. Being associated with political party A.N.P. (Awami National Party), he got elected to Pakistani Senate in March 2012 and contributed his services to different committees. He held various ministries, including Provincial minister for forest, health, and irrigation. His son Taimoor is also establishing his political career.
Education of Khan
He completed L.L.B. from Peshawar University.
Baz Muhammad Khan Family
His son is also following his father’s footsteps in politics and stood in elections from Constituency PK-71.
Elected as Senator
In March 2012, he got elected to Pakistan Senate as a candidate of A.N.P. (Awami National Party).
Services as Chairperson
He is working as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Overseas Pakistani, Human Resources Development, and Senate Committee on Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan.
Member of Different Committees
He is a member of the Functional Committee on Interfaith Harmony, Religious Affairs and Govt Assurances, Senate-Committees of Cabinet-Secretariat.
Vice-President of A.N.P.
He worked as senior Vice-President of KPK ANP since 2006, and currently, he is serving as A.N.P.’s Central Vice-President.
He got elected to the K.P.K. Assembly in 1988, 1990, 1993, 1997, and in 2002 and worked as Provincial minister for forest, health, and irrigation.
Named for CM’s slot
Asfandyar Wali named him a candidate for his party for CM’s slot, but Khan lost the seat. His son Taimoor stood in elections from Constituency PK-71. After being declared the winner, he got defeat in repolling ordered by the Chief Justice Dost Muhammad, who had differences with A.N.P.