Sheikh Aftab Ahmed is a Pakistani politician who is the current Minister for Parliamentary Affairs. A member of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz), Ahmed is a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan, currently representing Attock.
|Name:||Sheikh Aftab Ahmed|
|In Urdu:||شیخ افتاب احمد|
|Nick Name :||Aftab|
|Residence:||House # 1579, Near Cantonment Office, Attock Cantt|
|Date:||25 October 1944|
|Parents:||Sheikh Ghulam Sarwar|
|Serve As:||Minister for Parliamentary Affairs|
|Proceeded by:||Malik Amin Aslam Khan|
|Time Period :||2002-2008-2013|
|Old Political Affiliations:||I.J.I|
|Member of the provincial Assembly|
|Preceded by:||Malik Amin Aslam Khan|
|Ministry :||Minister for Parliamentary Affairs|
|Role:||Minister for Parliamentary Affairs|
|Prime Minister:||Nawaz Sharif|
|Preceded By:||Malik Amin Aslam Khan|
- Name Sheikh Aftab Ahmed
- Father’s Name Sheikh Ghulam Sarwar
- Permanent Address Mohallah Cantonment Board Office Attock Cantt Tehsil & District Attock
- Local Address Minister Chamber-229
- Contact Number 0300-5670054
- Email [email protected]
- Province Punjab
- Constituency NA-57(Attock-I)
- Oath Taking Date 01-06-2013
Ahmed remained member of the National Assembly from 1990 to 1997. Ahmed again ran for the seat in National Assembly in 2008 and 2013 from Constituency NA-57 on PML-N ticket, winning both times
On 7 June 2013, he was sworn in as Ministry of State for Parliamentary Affairs in the Cabinet of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs under the dynamic leadership of the Prime Minister is endeavoring to fulfill the mission of the present regime to bring progress, prosperity, establish rule of law, fortify foundations of democracy and protect civil liberties.
Federal Minister for Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
The Ministry Parliamentary Affairs is the mainstay for ensuring smooth, productive and meaningful interaction between the Government and the Legislature. In order to perform this important function it acts as a sole coordination agency between the Ministries and both the Houses in the Parliament. It ensures that both the Houses perform and function in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and the relevant rules and procedures.
Parliamentary business is of great significance. At present, the Parliament has a heterogeneous character with significant presence of all major political parties. In such a diversified environment, this Ministry responsibility assumes an added dimension to create a congenial atmosphere in both the Houses. In addition, Public Affairs and Grievances Wing which has been transferred to the Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs from the Prime Minister Office, is redressing the grievances of aggrieved persons in the country.