Khadija Umar
Khadija Umar

Khadija Umar is a Pakistani Politician who is serving as a member of the Provincial Assembly while being attached to the Pakistan Muslim League Q for a long time. She belongs to a Political family background where her mother also served as MPA. She has functioned as Councillor, Gujrat from 2001 to 2003. This article contains all the information about her including Khadija Umar Biography.

Title Description
Personal
Name: Khadija Umar
In Urdu: خدیجہ عمر
Famous As: Politician
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Rawalpindi
Education: Bachelor of Arts
Alma Mater: Marghzar College, Gujrat
Religion: Islam
Profession: Politician
Born
Date: 29th August 1975
Place: Rawalpindi
Family
Ethnicity: Asian
Spouse: Married
Career
Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League Q
Serve As: MPA
Time Period : 2018-present
Old Political Affiliations: MPA
Member of the provincial Assembly
Constituency: Reserved seat for women
Assumed office: 2018-present
In Office
Dates: 2002 – 31 May 2018
Prime Minister: Nawaz Sharif, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League Q

Pakistan Muslim League Q

Khadija Umar Biography

Khadija hail from Rawalpindi is a Pakistani Politician who is serving as a member of the provincial Assembly for a long time while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League Q. She has become a member of the Punjab Assembly for the 4th Time consecutively after winning the Pakistan General Elections 2018. She decided to choose this field due to her Political background.

Khadija date of birth

She was born on 29th August 1975 in Rawalpindi where she grew up.

Education of Khadija

She completed her degree in Bachelor of Art from Marghzar College, Gujrat in 1998. Later she went to the National College of Arts from where she did a Diploma in Interior Designing.

Khadija Umar Family

She belongs to a Political family where her mother Shahana Farooqi is also a Pakistani politician who served as a member of the Provincial Assembly during her tenure. She is the wife of Umar Saeed and is blessed with Children.

Political Career

She ran for the seat of the Provincial Assembly in 2002 Pakistan General Elections while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League Q on a reserved seat for women and gave defeat to her opponent by securing maximum votes. After completing her tenure she was again elected as a member of the Provincial Assembly in 2008 Pakistan General Elections on a reserved seat for women. She didn’t elect in 2013 General Elections however she became a member of the Provincial Assembly in 2014 By-elections on a reserved seat for women. She remained a member of the same party until the end. In the 2018 Pakistan General Elections she is rechosen as MPA on a reserved seat.