Syed Aminul Haque
Syed Aminul Haque

Aminul Haque also famous as Syed Aminul Haque is a Ex-MNA. Member of Central Co-ordination Committee, Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).

Name:Syed Aminul Haque
In Urdu:سید امین الحق
Famous As:Ex.MNA
Residence:Karachi Pakistan
Submit the Nomination Papers For:Senate Elections
Served as:MQM Co-ordination Committee
MQM Position:Member of Central Co-ordination Committee
Political Party:Muttahida Qaumi Movement
Serve As:Member

While Talking to MediaIn Hospital With MQM LeadersAminul Haq Condemns Arrest of MQM workers in MirpurkhasMember of MQM


MQM Co-ordination Committee was included Syed Aminul Haque in the Co-ordination Committee. He was presently working as member of the Central Executive Council of the party. MQM Founder and Leader Altaf Hussain was endorsed the decision of the Co-ordination Committee.[1] Biography

In-charge of Pakistan Media Committee

Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) was announced to appoint Rabita Committee’s member Wasay Jalil as in-charge of Pakistan Media Committee of MQM. He also served as in-charge of the Information Department of the MQM as well as also used to look after the electronic media.Meanwhile MQM also included member of Central Executive Council Syed Aminul Haque in the Information Department in order to co-ordinate with the print media.[2] In-charge of Pakistan Media Committee 

File Nomination Papers for Senate Eection

Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) Rabita Committee announced to submit the nomination papers for senate elections despite conflict with the party leader Dr. Farooq Sattar.MQM-P leader Faisal Sabazwari said in a press conference at Bhadurabad office, that Shabbir Qaim Khani, Amir Chishti, Nasreen Jalil, Kishwer Zehra, Barrister Dr. Mohammad Farogh Naseem, Syed Aminul Haque, Sanjay Perwani and Abdul Kadir Khanzada submitted their nomination papers for senate elections.Faisal Sabazwari said that according to the party constitution, the Rabia Committee could make decisions with a simple majority. The Convener or Deputy Convener have no discretionary powers in the constitution.[3] File Nomination Papers for Senate Eection

Managed to Remain Relevant in Karachi

The Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) appeared to be a buoyant party on Karachi’s political scene through 2017, containing all the challenges threatening its survival, stability and future.MQM-P spokesperson and coordination committee member Syed Aminul Haque said that when his party was in crisis, neither of the parties in the APC, including the host, had raised a “reciprocal” voice in its support. He added that the MQM-P expressed its categorical stance that it was not following someone’s lead.[4] Managed to Remain Relevant in Karachi 

New Organisational Structure

New Organisational Structure Meeting
MQM-P ditches sectors and units for new organisational structure – Doing away with its sector and unit system in Karachi, the Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) was started making changes to its internal organisational structure at district and union committee levels, similar to other mainstream political parties.MQM-P central leader Syed Aminul Haque told The News that the committees would organise the party at town and union committee levels, and open district offices to run their affairs.“Through these five district committees, the MQM-P will not only oversee organisational, political and social affairs, but also help prepare for the 2018 general polls”.[5]  New Organisational Structure 

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