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Prior to entering politics he qualified as a Barrister-at-Law in London, following which he was an associate at Orr, Dignam & Co., Pakistan's leading corporate law firm.
He started his polictical career in 2004 by leaving his job at Orr Dignam and contesting for a seat in the Punjab Provincial Assembly. He ran on a PML-N ticket and was successful. Later, during the rule of Pervaiz Musharraf, he joined the pro-Musharraf PML-Q party and subsequently became Minister of State for Foreign Affairs.
|Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
2004 – 2007
Malik Amad Khan