Abdul Akbar Khan
|Abdul Akbar Khan|
|MPA KPK Assembly|
April 2008 – March 2013
|Preceded by||Abdul Akbar Khan|
|Succeeded by||Tufail Anjum|
September 1, 1949 |
Spenkai, Palodheri Mardan, KPK Pakistan
|Political party||Pakistan Peoples Party|
Abdul Akbar Khan (born September 1, 1949) is a senior politician from Mardan. He has been elected MPA[clarification needed] five times to the provincial assembly KPK in 1988, 1990, 1993, 2002, and 2008 on Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians ticket. In 2013 General Elections, he lost to PTI candidate Tufail Anjum.
He belongs to a small village Spenkai, Palodheri in Mardan. His father, Sher Akbar Khan, was a local land owner. Abdul Akbar Khan got married in 1969 and has two children.[who?] His daughter was born in 2001, and his son in 2008. He has a LLB degree.
Abdul Akbar Khan started his political career in the early 1980s from the PPP platform and quickly rose its ranks. After the 1988 General Elections he was appointed Deputy Speaker KPK Assembly (then N.W.F-P Assembly). He became the Speaker KPK Assembly in 1993. He also served as PPPP parliamentary leader in the KPK Assembly from 2002 to 2013.
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