Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry (Politician)

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Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry is a Pakistani Politician who worked as an MNA from 2002 to 2013 as a part of the Pakistan Peoples Party. She is the mother of Famous Pakistani actor Hamza Ali Abbasi. This article contains all the information about her including Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry Biography and Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry Family. Did you know that she is the mother of Hamza Ali Abbasi?

Title Description
Personal
Name: Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry
In Urdu: نسیم اختر چودہری
Famous As: Politician
Nationality: Pakistani
Residence: Karachi
Religion: Islam
Profession: Politician
Family
Ethnicity: Asian
Spouse: Mazhar Ali Abbasi
Children: Hamza Ali Abbasi and Dr Fazila Abbasi
Siblings : Not known
Relatives: Naimal Khawar (Daughter in law)
Career
Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
Serve As: MNA
Time Period : 2002-2013
Old Political Affiliations: None


Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry Biography

Nasim Akhtar is a Pakistani Politician and is serving since 2002 as a Member of the National Assembly. She remained affiliated with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) for a long time. Currently, she is no longer a part of politics. 

Nasim Akhtar Chaudhry Family

She got married to late father Major (Retd) Mazhar Ali Abbasi who was an Army officer. Her only son Hamza Ali Abbasi is the considerable name of the Showbiz Industry who is an actor and director by profession and is one of the most cherished actors of the industry because of his looks and acting while her daughter in law Naimal Khawar is a Visual Artist. Her only daughter Dr. Fazeela Abbasi is a Dermatologist by profession.

Political Career

She was chosen to the National Assembly of Pakistan as a member of Pakistan Peoples Party on a seat held for ladies from Punjab in the Pakistani general race, 2002. She was re-appointed to the National Assembly of Pakistan as an entrant of Pakistan Peoples Party on a seat held for ladies from Punjab in the Pakistani general Elections of 2008. She filled in as director of National Assembly's standing advisory group on law and equity amid her second residency as Member of the National Assembly.