Muhammad Mohsin Leghari, who hails from a political family, is a Pakistani Politician. He has worked as a member of the Senate Assembly and provincial Assembly. He is attached to Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf and is serving as a Minister of Punjab for irrigation. This article contains all the complete information about him, including Muhammad Mohsin Leghari Biography.
|Name:||Muhammad Mohsin Leghari|
|In Urdu:||محمد محسن لگاری|
|Residence:||Dera Ghazi Khan|
|Religion:||University of Punjab|
|Date:||9th June 1963|
|Place:||Dera Ghazi Khan|
|Parents:||Lt. Col. (R) Rafiq Ahmed Leghari|
|Relatives:||Sardar Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari (Uncle)|
|Political Party:||Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf|
|Time Period :||2018-present|
|Old Political Affiliations:||Pakistan Muslim League Q|
|Member of the provincial Assembly|
|Ministry :||Provincial Minister of Punjab for Irrigation|
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Muhammad Mohsin Leghari Biography
Muhammad Mohsin Khan Leghari hails from Dera Gazi Khan is a dedicated Pakistani Politician. He is performing his duties as a member of the Provincial Assembly after being elected in 2018 Pakistan General Elections. He is associated with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf and is functioning for bringing a change that everyone is expecting. Before choosing in elections, he has worked with the leading multinational companies in the world.
Mohsin Leghari age
He was born in Dera Ghazi Khan on 9th June 1963. He is currently surviving in the same city and Lahore from where he also fight in the elections.
Education of Leghari
Leghari did his early education from Aitchison College. Later he obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Economics from the University of Punjab. He has a degree of Bachelor.
Muhammad Leghari Family
Mohsin Leghari has a political family background. His father, Lt. Col. (R), Rafiq Ahmed Leghari, functioned as a member of the Provincial Assembly. One of his uncles, Sardar Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari, remained the President of Pakistan from 1993 to 1997 and likewise served as an MNA for many years. One of his cousins, Muhammad Khan Leghari, is currently working as a member of the National Assembly.
|Father||Lt. Col. (R) Rafiq Ahmed Leghari||MPA|
|Uncle||Sardar Farooq Ahmed Khan Leghari||President of Pakistan + MNA|
|Cousin||Sardar Muhammad Jamal Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Cousin||Muhammad Yousaf Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Cousin||Muhammad Arshad Khan Leghari||MNA|
|Uncle||Muhammad Jaffar Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Cousin||Muhammad Azhar Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Cousin||Bilal Asghar Khan Leghari||MNA|
|Uncle||Rafiq Haider Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Great Uncle||Nawab Sir Muhammad Jamal Khan Leghari||Member of Puunjab Legislative|
|Uncle||Nawabzada Muhammad Khan Leghari||Member of Puunjab Legislative|
|Uncle||Nawabzada Atta Muhammad Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Uncle||Nawabzada Mahmood Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Uncle||Muhammad Omer Khan Leghari||MPA|
|Uncle||Maqsood Ahmed Khan Leghari||MNA + MPA|
|Uncle||Mansoor Ahmed Khan Leghari||MPA|
- He elected as a member of the Provincial Assembly for the first time in 2003 by-election from the Constituency PP-245 (Dera Ghazi Khan-VI) as a candidate of the National Alliance. During his tenure, Leghari appointed the chairman of the standing committee on Local Government and Rural Development.
- In 2008 Pakistan General Elections, he again elected as a member of the Provincial Assembly from the Constituency PP-245 (Dera Ghazi Khan-VI) while being attached to Pakistan Muslim League Q. He worked as a member of the Public Accounts Committee till 2012, after which he resigned from his post.
- In 2012 Pakistan Senate Elections Leghari elected as an independent candidate and served till March 2018. During his Senate tenure, he performed his duties as Finance, Functional Committee on Human Rights, Food and National Security, Planning and Development, Delegated Legislation, Water and Power, Defence, and Communications.
- He is again appointed as a member of the Provincial Assembly in the 2018 Pakistan General Elections from the Constituency PP-293 (Rajanpur-I) while being associated with Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf. After holding his seat, he the demanded creation of Southern Punjab in the Assembly as a Separate Province. In August 2018, he made the Provincial Minister of Punjab for Irrigation.
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