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|Born||Muhammad Farooq Sattar
April 9, 1959
Dr. Muhammad Farooq Sattar Peerwani (Urdu: فاروق ستار پیروانی ) is a politician from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. He is Deputy Convener and Parliamentary leader of the political party MQM. He has also served as Provincial Minister in the Sindh Cabinet for Local Bodies and is one of the senior Members of the MQM Co-Ordination Committee. Dr Farooq Sattar was also heading Foreign Relations Committee in the Senate.
On 16 March 2008, he was nominated as a candidate for the seat of the Prime Minister of Pakistan by the MQM.
He received his degree in medicine MBBS from Sindh Medical College in 1986.
When political party MQM was formed, he joined along with other APMSO leaders, and to date he holds the position of Deputy Convener in this party. He is also a senior Members of the MQM Co-Ordination Committee and the parliamentarian leader of MQM in national assembly.
He was the youngest mayor in its history when he was elected at age 28. (1987 - 1992)
Also served as MNA 1988-1990 MNA 1990-1992 MPA Sindh assembly 1993-1996 MPA Sindh assembly 1997-1998. Provincial Minister in the Sindh Cabinet for Local Bodies
Senior member of MQM Co-Ordination Committee one of the senior Members of the MQM Co-Ordination Committee. Dr Farooq Sattar is also heading Foreign Relations Committee in the Senate. He is a doctor and wanted to become a plastic surgeon but due to some problems he decided to come in politics. He is from a middle-class family. His Party's aim is to take middle class and poors on the political structure of Pakistan.
Candidate for Prime Minister of Pakistan 2008 On 16 March 2008 he was nominated as Prime Minister of Pakistan candidate by the opposition parties in Pakistan.
Mayorship of Karachi
In 1988, while still the mayor of Karachi, he was elected as a member of National Assembly until its dissolution in 1990. He was then reelected in 1990
- "MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF PAKISTAN 1972 TO 2007". Retrieved 8 January 2011.
- "Karachi Chooses Mayor, 28". The New York Times. Reuters. 10 January 1988. Retrieved 8 January 2011.
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