Commissioners of Sind

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For Governors of Sindh since 1947, see Governor of Sindh.

The Commissioner in Sind was the most important government official in the province during the British era. Of the 104 years of rule, 89 years were under their authority. It was also because Sind was during this period a part of the Bombay Presidency. Earlier under Sir Charles Napier and later in 1936, it was a separate province. Therefore, in those times, the same official was known as the governor.


Governor of Scinde[1][edit]

Commissioners in Sind[2][edit]

Governors of Sind[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Scinde' was the official name for the province at that time
  2. ^ Alexander F. Baillie, Kurrachee Past, Present and Future, Reprint: Pakistan Herald Publications (Pvt) Ltd, 2005 vol 2, Pg 39
  3. ^ Behram Sohrab H.J. Rustomji, Karachi 1839-1947 A Short History of the Foundation and Growth of Karachi, in Karachi During the British Era Two Histories of a Modern City, Oxford University Press, Karachi, 2007. Pg 104