Shahab Uddin Khan is a Pakistani politician.he was serbed as a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan (MNA) from June 2013.
|Name:||Shahab Uddin Khan|
|In Urdu:||شہاب الدین خان|
|Oath Taking Date :||01-06-2013|
|Date:||1 January 1965|
|Parents:||Sher Muhammad Khan (Father)|
|Political Party:||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Member of the National Assembly|
|Constituency:||NA-44 (Bajaur Agency)|
|Role:||Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan|
|Dates:||1 June 2013|
Shahab Uddin Khan is held in high regards amongst the members of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) and has immense experience in the Pakistani politics.Shahab Uddin Khan is a very well educated and respected party member. He has enough qualifications to justify his selection to the National assembly as an MNA.
His career in politics began when he decided to join Pakistan Muslim League (N) in 2002. He was given the ticket to contest elections in that same year. Being his first experience in the elections, he wasn’t able to win the election and hence couldn’t become a member of National assembly.
In the next elections, in 2008, it came as no surprise when he was given the ticket to contest in the elections. This time around too he wasn’t able to win the election and hence didn’t secure his place in the National assembly.
In 2013 when he won the election in NA-44, it didn’t come as a surprise to anyone and thus he finally got a seat as the member of National assembly.
Member National Assembly from Bajaur Agency Shahabuddin Khan has tendered resignation from the National Assembly to record his protest with the prime minister over ignoring the earthquake affected people of the region.Shahabuddin Khan has handed over his resignation to the prime minister’s adviser Amir Muqam which will be sent to the PM. The tribal lawmaker said he was resigning because the earthquake affected people of Bajaur Agency did not get adequate assistance from the government in this hour of need. He added that the government was not cooperating with the tribal lawmakers for abolishing the controversial British-era Frontier Crimes Regulation (FCR) law.There were reports that Mr Shahabuddin was also disappointed with the attitude of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan towards him, which prompted him to resign.
- Permanent Address: Village Pashat, Tehsil Salarzai, Bajaur Agency
- Local Address: H-409, Parliament Lodges, Islamabad.
- Contact Number: +92 341 8790556
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