Pir Sabir Shah
Pir Sabir Shah

Pir Sabir Shah also famous as Syed Muhammad Sabir Shah is a Pakistani politician from the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan.Sabir appointed as the 18th Chief Minister of the province from 20 Oct 1993 – 25 Feb 1994.

Name:Pir Sabir Shah
In Urdu:پير صابر شاہ
Famous As:Syed Muhammad Sabir Shah
Education:Bachelor’s Degree,Bachelor of Arts degree
Alma Mater:Government College Abbottabad,University of Peshawar
Served as :18th Chief Minister of the Province
Politician from:Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
Known For:Chief Minister and President PML(N), KPK, Pir of Qadri Sect
Relatives:Professor A Jamil Khan S.I

Appointed as Central SVP of PML-NPakistani LeaderWhile Talking In Front of MediaPir Sabir Shah Speech At Chittagong On December 2010PML-N Provincial Chief Pir Sabir Shah Addresses a press Conference in Peshawar


Pir Sabir Shah belongs to a religious family of Syeds settled in Sirikot in Haripur and linked to the Qadiri Sufi order.Pir Sabir Shah studied at a school at Sirikot. He completed his bachelor’s degree from Government College Abbottabad and then Bachelor of Arts degree from University of Peshawar Pakistan.

Political Career

He served as the 18th Chief Minister of the NWFP.He was the adviser to the prime minister from 1997 to 1999 and the President of PML N in NWFP.Also member of provincial assembly from PF-52 HARIPUR.[1]  Political Career 

Central Senior Vice President

Former Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif who remained the President of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLn) appointed Pir Sabir Shah as Central Senior Vice President of PML-N.A notification in this regard has been issued a statement issued by Dr Asif Kirmani, Spokesman PML-N said.[2] Central SVP

Threatens to Quit N Office

Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) provincial president Pir Sabir Shah has threatened to quit the party office if his name is not removed as covering candidate of party’s ticket holder for Senate polls retired Lt Gen Salahuddin Tirmizi.Addressing a press conference at Peshawar Press Club, he said it was ironic that only he was nominated as covering candidate, which was tantamount to tarnish his political image.“We will follow the party policy as the leadership has already taken me into confidence about the nomination of Gen Tirmizi. I have no objection to it but putting my name is covering candidate is not acceptable to me,” Mr Shah said.

Covering Candidate

The PML-N provincial president said that nominating him as covering candidate was an injustice with him and his office. It would be better to drop his name otherwise he would prefer to submit documents as an ordinary worker to save honour of the party office, he added.The party, Mr Shah said, allotted tickets to Iqbal Zafar Jhagra and retired Gen Tirmizi for contesting the Senate elections as they deserved it. He dispelled the impression that the party’s MPAs would not support the candidates if he was not allotted ticket.“I am not a blackmailer and my press conference does not mean to pressurize the leadership but I only want to convey my reservations to it because nomination as covering candidate will be a test for me,” he said.


The PML-N leader said that Chief Minister Pervez Khattak was in contact with him to discourage all those, who wanted compromise on principles. He said that the country was facing several challenges like terrorism and it was only PML-N that knew well to control the critical situation.[3]  Threatens to Quit ‘N’ Office 

Senate Election Results 2018

Five out of eleven Senate seats in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly were won by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( PTI), while Pakistan Peoples Party( PPP) and Pakistan Muslim League backed independent candidates won two seats each and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUIF) and Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) also got one seat each.According to unofficial results, out of the seven general seats PTI obtained three while PML-N backed independent candidate, PPP, JUI-F and JI clinched one each.The wining candidates on General seats included Pir Sabir Shah (Independent/PML-N) Faisal Javed (PTI), Talha Mahmood (JUI-F), Bahramand Khan Tangi (PPP), Mohammad Ayub (PTI), Fida Mohammad (PTI) and Mushtaq Ahmad Khan (JI).Dr. Meher Taj Roghani of PTI and Robina Khalid of PPP were elected on women seats. Azam Sawati of PTI and Dilawar Khan PML-N backed independent candidate were elected on the Technocrats seats.

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