Syed Muzafar Hussain Shah

Muzaffar Hussain Shah

Muzaffar Hussain Shah

Muzaffar Hussain Shah is a politician who successfully carried out his political career. He is a senior and loyal member of PML-F and served as its Vice-President. He belonged to Mirpurkhas and is the only son of his parents.

Before entering politics, he completed his studies and secured a Masters degree in International Relations and a Law degree. This article has all the information about him, including Muzaffar Hussain Shah Biography.

Name:Muzaffar Hussain Shah
In Urdu:مظفر حسین شاہ‬
Famous As:Senate of Pakistan
Residence:Karachi Sindh
Tenure:March 2012 to March 2018
Seat Description:General
Oath Taking Date:12-03-2012
Place:Karachi Pakistan
Children:One Son
Parents:Ghulam Haider Shah (Father)
Siblings :Two Sisters
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League Functional (PML-F)
Serve As:Candidate
In Office
Role:Member of the Senate of Pakistan
Dates:March 2015

Muzaffar Hussain Shah Biography

Muzaffar Hussain Shah Biography

Shah is a senior and successful politician who remained associated with PML-F. Being a highly educated man, he carried not only his law career competently but also his political career. Unlike other politicians, he didn’t change his political party again and again and remained a member of PML-F throughout his political career.

He remained a member of different Senate committees including P.I.A. performance committee, Business Advisory Committee, and many others. He also served at Ministerial position and as Vice-President of PML-F.

Shah Date of Birth

He was born in 1945 in Karachi.

Education of Shah

He completed his early education from KGS (Karachi Grammar School) in 1959. From 1962 to 1963 he completed his B.Sc. in Zoology and Microbiology from D.J. Sindh Govt Science College and pursued his Master’s degree in ‘International Relations’ from Karachi University from 1963 to 1964.

He took admission in ‘Sindh Muslim Law College’ to secure an L.L.B. degree and was a position holder in both L.L.B. and M.A. He was a great debater in Sindhi, Urdu, and English dialects.

Muzaffar Hussain Shah Family

He belonged to Mirpurkhas’s Syed family. He has two sisters and was the only son of his parents.


Judicial Career

He began his law practice with GM Shah and Mr AK Brohi from 1963 to 1964, and in 1979 after his father’s demise, he took all the responsibility of his family. His family owned ample agricultural lands at Umerkot, Shadi Palli, and Pithoro.

Political Career

In 1980 he stepped into politics and joined Majlis-e-Shoora. He served at Ministry of Industries and Mineral Development, Sindh Government from 1983 to 1984. He held the post of Speaker of Sindh Provincial Assembly in 1986, 1987 & partly 1988.

Elected to Senate

He got elected as Senate member during 2012 senate elections and held the office on 12th March 2012 after taking the oath. He served at this post for six years and left the position after the completion of his term in 2018.

Membership of Different Committees

He remained associated with several Senate committees including ‘Bipartisan Special-Oversight Committee,’ ‘The P.I.A. Performance,’ ‘Business Advisory Committee,’ ‘The CPEC (China-Pak Economic Corridor) Project,’ and ‘Committee on Rules of Procedure & Privileges,’ ‘Special Oversight Committee.’

Services as Chairperson

He also served as chairperson of 24-Demands made by K.P.K. Government, National Food Security & Research and the issue of lapse of different Foreign-Scholarships Committee.

Vice President of PML-F

He served as Senior Vice-President of PML-F (Pakistan Muslim League Function) and the Majlis-e-Shoora member.

Posts Held by Shah 

  1. Senior Vice-President of PML-F (1980)
  2. Majlis-e-Shoora Member (1980 to 1982)
  3. Minister for Industries, Sindh Govt (1983 to 1984)
  4. Speaker Sindh Provincial Assembly (1986 to 1988)
  5. Minister Parliamentary Affairs, Law, Minister Coordination, Agricultural Land Utilization, Sindh Government (1990 to 1992)
  6. CM Sindh (1992 to 1993)
  7. Speaker Sindh Provincial Assembly (2002 to 2008)
  8. Parliament Member (2012 to 2018)