Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasar
Dur Muhammad Nasar
Dur Muhammad Nasar

Dur Muhammad Nasar, also known as Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasar, was a Pakistani politician who served as a member of the Provincial Assembly after winning the 2013 General Elections on the party ticket of Pakistan Muslim League N.

Due to Coronavirus; he died on 8th June 2020 after being Hospitalized. This article has every detail about him, including Dur Muhammad Nasar Biography.

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Personal
Name:Sardar Dur Muhammad Nasar
In Urdu:سردار در محمد نصر
Famous As:MPA of Balochistan
Email :NotProvided@first.com
Nationality:Pakistani
Residence:Quetta Pakistan
Education:Matric
Religion:Islam
Profession:Businessman
Designation :MPA
Member:Committee on Education, Literacy, non Formal and Quality Education
Constituency No:BP-14
Personal Career & Interests :Chief of Nasar Tribe and belongs to a political family
Languages :English, Pushto, Urdu
Marital Status :Married
From:Duki, Pakistan
Born
Date:15th September 1958
Place:Duki
Family
Parents:Haji Atta Muhammad Nasar (Father)
Career
Political Party:Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Dur Muhammad Nasar Biography

Dur Muhammad Nasar Biography

Sardar Dur Muhammad, who was associated with Pakistan Muslim League N, operated as a Provincial Assembly member after securing the highest votes in the 2013 Pakistan General Elections. He was from Balochistan District. His brother is likewise serving as a Pakistani politician who served as a Senator from 2009 to 2015.

He was the chief of the Nasar tribe and belonged to political family background.

Muhammad Nasar Age

He was born on 15th September 1958 in Duki, a district in Balochistan.

Education of Nasar

He did a Matriculation from his hometown.

Dur Muhammad Nasar Family

He was born to Haji Atta Muhammad Nasar. His brother Sardar Mohammad Yaqoob Nasar is also a Pakistani politician who served as a Senator.

Political Career

He ran for the 2013 General Elections for the provincial Assembly seat on the ticket of Pakistan Muslim League N from PB-15 Loralai. Fortunately, he received the highest votes and served the tenure till 2018.

Death

He was diagnosed with Coronavirus in June 2020, for which he isolated himself. However, in his last days, he was shifted to the hospital where he couldn’t survive and died on 8th June 2020.