Muhammad Pervaiz Malik
Muhammad Pervaiz Malik

Mohammad Pervaiz Malik was born in Lahore on November 18, 1947. He was elected to the National Assembly for the second time on a PML(N) seat. He was previously elected as MNA for the term of 1997-1999. Mohammad Pervaiz Malik is also a member of the Parliamentary Task Force on WTO issues.[1] Malik is also a member – of the Parliamentary

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Personal
Name:Muhammad Pervaiz Malik
Local Language Name:محمد پرویز ملک
Famous As:Politician
Nationality:Pakistan
Residence:Lahore, Pakistan
Education:Completed his B.Sc Engineering from Aston University, UK in 1970
Religion:Islam
Profession:Lahore, Pakistan
Permanent Address :142 E-1, Gulberg-III, Lahore
Local Address :Punjab House, Islamabad
Constituency :NA-123(Lahore-VI)
Born
Date:18 November 1947
Place:Lahore, Pakistan
Family
Ethnicity:Punjabi
Children:Ahmed Pervaiz Walima
Siblings :Malik Mohammad Qayyum (Brother) Yasmeen Rehman (Sister)
Career
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Serve As:Minister for Commerce and Textile
Proceeded by:Khurram Dastgir Khan
Assumed office:4 August 2017
President :Mamnoon Hussain
Prime Minister :Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Member of the National Assembly
Assumed office:1 June 2013

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About

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Early Life

Muhammad Pervaiz Malik on media talk

An Industrialist by profession, Mohammad Pervaiz Malik completed his B.Sc Engineering from Aston University, UK in 1970, and is a member of the Lahore Gymkhana Club and the Lahore Businessmen Association for the Disabled. Married with two sons and a daughter, he has traveled extensively through numerous regions of the world. He has previously served as a member on the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on Labour and Manpower. [2] Pervaiz Malik completed his – B.Sc Engineering

Political Career

Muhammad Pervaiz Malik in a Programe

He was elected as a member of National Assembly on a ticket of Pakistan Muslim League (N) from NA-120 (Lahore) in Pakistani general election, 2002.He was re-elected as a member of National Assembly on a ticket of Pakistan Muslim League (N) from NA-123 (Lahore) in by-election held in 2010. The seat was became vacant after Javed Hashmi who won the seat in Pakistani general election, 2008, vacated it to retain his home seat in Multan.He was re-elected as a member of National Assembly on a ticket of Pakistan Muslim League (N) from NA-123 (Lahore) in Pakistani general election, 2013.Following the election of Shahid Khaqan Abbasi as Prime Minister of Pakistan in August 2017, Malik was inducted into the federal cabinet of Abbasi and was appointed Minister for Commerce for the first time [3] He was elected as member – National Assembly

Current Status

Muhammad Pervaiz Malik sitted in center

Areas of Legislative Interest

  • Finance
  • Labour Management/Disability Issue

Membership of National Assembly Committees

  • Standing Committee on Commerce
  • Standing Committee on Minorities
  • Standing Committee on Finance and Revenue

An Industrialist by profession

Muhammad Pervaiz Malik with Turkish Politician

Mohammad Pervaiz Malik completed his B.Sc Engineering from Aston University, UK in 1970, and is a member of the Lahore Gymkhana Club and the Lahore Businessmen Association for the Disabled. Married with two sons and a daughter, he has traveled extensively through numerous regions of the world. He has previously served as a member on the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on Labour and Manpower.[4] Mohammad Pervaiz Malik – completed his B.Sc

In Power

Muhammad Pervaiz Malik
He elected as member of National Assembly in 2002 elections from NA-120 , Lahore-III

Current Status

  1. Areas of Legislative Interest
  • Finance
  • Labour Management/Disability Issue
  1. Membership of National Assembly Committees
  • Standing Committee on Commerce
  • Standing Committee on Finance and Revenue
  • Standing Committee on Minorities