BiographyBarrister Dr. Mohammad Farogh Naseem is a Pakistani politician and a member of the senate.His father Mohammad Naseem is also a practicing lawyer.
EducationDr. Farogh Naseem is a well educated man. He did LLB degree from University of Wales. He then went on to receive a LLM from London School of Economics. He also did a PhD in comparative constitutional law from the University of London.
Political CareerFarogh was elected as a member of senate on a seat aginst technocrats on 12th March 2012. He tenure will end in March 2018. Currently he is associated with a number of committees of Senate namely, Inter-Provincial Coordination, Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, Water and Power and Commerce. Farogh has taught law at teaching law at the Sindh Judicial Academy, Sindh Muslim Law College and Hamdard Law College. He has contributed a lot to the law journals and has authored two books.
- Inter-Provincial Coordination
- Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan
- Water Resources
- Commerce and Textile Industry
MQM-P leaderMuttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) member Farogh Naseem said that he respects Pervez Musharraf, but never said the former president should become his party's leader.Speaking on Geo News' show 'Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath', Naseem said, "I only mentioned it before two individuals at the airport that Musharraf's tenure had been in best interest of Karachi.
Farooq SattarFormer MQM-P convener Farooq Sattar on the same show, said the infighting within the party points towards a "minus two" formula, alleging that the members are playing into someone else's hands.Sattar claimed that certain party members are rallying behind former president Pervez Musharraf and want him as the party's chief."Saying that Musharraf's tenure was better for Karachi does not mean that he should be made leader of the MQM
," Naseem said.He added that he respects Musharraf and holds the former ruler as an elder brother.
Senate Election Results 2018From Sindh, MQM's Barrister Farogh Naseem and PML-Functional's Muzaffar Hussain Shah were elected on general seats, Dawn NewsTV reported.PPP led the chart in Sindh, however, with outgoing Senate chairman Raza Rabbani, Mola Bakhsh Chandio, Mohammad Ali Jamot, Imamuddin Shauqeen and Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar being elected to general seats. Sikandar Mendhro and Rukhsana Zuberi, also from the PPP, were elected on technocrat seats. Krishna Kohli and Quratulain Marri were elected to women's seats. Krishna Kohli's election is particularly historic: she will be the first Dalit woman to sit in Pakistan's Senate.A nwar Laal Deen was elected to the minorities seat.
- Home Number: +92 21 35389691
- Mobile Number: +92 333 2246162
- Local Address: F-409, Parliament Lodges, Islamabad.
- Permanent Address: Room No.102, 1st Floor, Fortune Centre, Plot No.45-A, Block-6, PECHS Shahra-e-Faisal Karachi
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