Malik Aitbar Khan is a Pakistani politician and a son of a former Pakistani politician. He has been elected as a member of the National and Provincial Assembly in the past. This article has all the information about him, including Malik Aitbar Khan Biography.
|Name:||Malik Aitbar Khan|
|In Urdu:||ملک اعتبار خان|
|Date:||1st September 1953|
|Parents:||Malik Allah Yar Khan (Father)|
|Political Party:||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Member of the National Assembly|
|Member of the provincial Assembly|
|Role:||Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab|
|Dates:||1 June 2013|
|In Office 2|
|Role:||Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan|
Malik Aitbar Khan Biography
Aitbar Khan is a Pakistani politician who previously toiled as a Captian or Mayor in the Pakistan Army in the early 1970s. Moreover, he also operated as an Assistant Commissioner. He is currently associated with Pakistan Muslim League N and is a former member of the National Assembly. Previously he was allied with Pakistan Muslim League Q.
Aitbar Date of Birth
He was born on 1st September 1953 in Rawalpindi.
Education of Aitbar
He did his schooling from St. Anthony High School in Lahore. Later he earned a degree of Bachelor in Arts from Forman Christian College.
Malik Aitbar khan Family
He was born to a senior politician who served as a member of the National and Provincial Assembly in the past.
In 1974 he joined Pakistan Army and became a Captain till 1986. During this tenure, he operated as an instructor in PMA and likewise worked as an Army Deputation. In 1987 he became a part of civil service, and from 1990 to 1993 he functioned as an Assistant Commissioner in various stations of NWFP. From 1997 to 2001 he remained the Regional Director of Rawalpindi region and performed his service exceptionally.
Aitbar began his political career in 2008 Pakistan General Elections for the seat of the Provincial Assembly from PP-19 Attock Consistency. He fought the elections while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League Q. Malik defeated his opponent by receiving maximum votes.
He left PMLQ and attached to Pakistan Muslim League Q. He again elected as a member of the National Assembly from NA-58 Attock in 2013 Pakistan General Elections and grabbed important Ministries.