President of Pakistan, Mamnoon Hussain exchanges views with Afghan President, Hamid Karzai during meeting
Chinese President Xi Jinping (L) holds a welcoming ceremony for visiting Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain prior to their talks at the Great Hall of the ...
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President Mamnoon Hussain (L) and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang shake hands prior to their meeting at the Great Hall of Peoples in Beijing, China.
Mamnoon Hussain entered the Pakistani politicsPresident Mamnoon Hussain entered the Pakistani politics with a missionary and reformative zeal in 1968. He joined Muslim League in Karachi and soon became Joint Secretary of the City Organization. He entered the national politics by joining Pakistan Muslim League (N) in 1993. In view of his integrity and commitment, he was appointed the Finance Secretary of the PML (N) Sindh. In 2001, he was given the portfolio of the General Secretary of the PML (N), Sindh and he continued in that office until 2005. His formidable stature as a veteran politician earned him the honour of the Acting President of the PML (N), Sindh. In recognition of his meritorious services for his party, he was appointed Senior Vice President (SVP) of the PML (N) and Member of the Central Executive Committee in 2005. In 1997-98, he was appointed Advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh. In 1999, he was elected to the coveted position of the President of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce & Industry (KCCI).In June 1999, he went on to become the Governor of Sindh, but his term was cut short on October 12, 1999 when the PML (N) government was removed. His credentials as a politician devoted to the cause of democracy were established when he became a political prisoner after raising his voice against the totalitarian regime of the then military dictator. In landslide victory, Mr. Mamnoon Hussain was elected as the 12th President of Pakistan through his official nomination made by PML (N). He took the oath of office on September 09, 2013. Since he has a firm belief that the office of the President of Pakistan is a symbol of Federation and should be apolitical, therefore, he has resigned from the PML (N). Mr. Mamnoon Hussain is known as a man of impeccable integrity and courage against all odds. He is married and has three sons and six grand children.Mr. Mamnoon Hussain has keen interest in promotion of education, eradication of polio from the country and mainstreaming FATA regions in order to bring about qualitative change in the lives of the people of tribal areas.
Personal lifeMamnoon Hussain and his family migrated to Karachi in 1949 after the Partition of India in 1947. He earned his degree from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in Karachi in the 1960s. Hussain was once president of the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He briefly served as Governor of Sindh in 1999.
Urged students to pursue higher educationHe urged students to pursue higher education for the growth and development of Pakistan and not be influenced by internal and external propaganda.He said the nation has many expectations from the younger generation and said he was confident they were being given ideal training in the cadet college.He added that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor will be a game changer for the whole region and said students should be prepared to benefit from the opportunities that will emerge from it.The president said the nation was indebted to the victims of the attack on Army Public School Peshawar and paid tribute to their bravery and courage and said the nation should resolve to never let a similar situation arise in the future.The president also visited an exhibition at the college and appreciated the models displayed by various hobby clubs of the institute.He also reviewed the annual parade in the college grounds, which was followed by a PT show, gymnastics show and a riding display.The Champions Trophy was given to the Jinnah Wing for best performance in academic and co-curricular activities.The college principal, retired Maj Gen Najeeb Tariq mentioned the various activities that were part of the college training programme and also mentioned the results produced by cadets.
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- The President of Pakistan in addition to his Constitutional roles also exercises an exclusive appellate jurisdiction under various laws, in particular, Law(s) relating to Federal Ombudsmen. Each year hundreds of Appeals/Representations arising out of complaints against mal-administration in various government departments are decided and thus wrong done to a person, citizen or an entity is remedied by an effective implementation mechanism.
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