Fazalur Rehman or Fazal-ur-Rehman is a retired bureaucrat who served as Chief Secretary of Sindh and chairman Trading Corporation of Pakistan. Currently, now he is serving as caretaker Chief Minister of Sindh. The name was finalized by former Sindh Chief Minister and the Opposition leader.
|In Urdu:||فضل الرحمٰن|
|Famous As:||beaurocrate BPS-22 grade|
|Served in GOVT DC:||Karachi West and Jacobabad|
|Finance Department:||As Finance Secretary|
|Sindh Chief Secretary to 2010:||From 2005 to 2007|
|As Chief Minister of Sindh:||2nd June 2018|
|Proceded By:||Syed Murad Ali Shah|
|Date:||1st Dec 1950|
Fazlur Rehman or Fazal-ur-Rehman was born on 1st December 1950. He is a retired bureaucrat of BPS-22 grade (highest rank as a serving officer) who previously served as Chief Secretary Sindh and Chairman Trading Corporation of Pakistan. Fazal has been appointed as the caretaker chief minister of Sindh government for the 2018 general elections (held on 25 July 2018).
Fazalur Rehman joined civil service as a DMG officer in 1982. he has been appointed as assistant commissioner of Warrah (Sindh). Rehman also has been served as DC West (Karachi) from 1992 to 1994 and as DC Jacobabad till 1996. Rehman was offered to become caretaker CM Sindh in 2013, that offer he rejected at that time.
Fazalur Rehman twice served as Sindh chief secretary between 2005 to 2007 and from 2007 to 2010. He did an excellent work for rehabilitation in the province for the flood-affected people during the worst floods of 2010 in the history. He had also served as provincial secretaries for excise department, finance department (as finance secretary), and other provincial departments. Fazalur Rehman served as the accountant general of the Sindh too. He was also a member of the committee formed for the appointment of vice-chancellors of public sector universities in the Sindh.
Appointed As Caretaker CM Sindh
Former chief secretary Sindh Fazalur Rehman took oath as the caretaker chief minister of Sindh at a ceremony at Governor House in Karachi on 02 June 2018. Governor Muhammad Zubair administered the oath to Rahman under Article 224 of the Constitution. The decision to appoint Rehman was made after many long meetings between the provincial government and opposition leader.