|Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court|
|Chief Justice of Sindh High Court|
|Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan|
|Governor of Sindh Province|
|Preceded by||Rahimuddin Khan|
|Succeeded by||Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim|
|Died||23 March 1995|
|Children||two sons and five daughters|
|Alma mater||St. Stephen’s College, Delhi|
Honourable Justice (retd) Qadeeruddin Ahmed (Urdu: ﻗﺪﻳﺮﺍﻟﺪﻳﻦﺍﺣﻣﺪ) was a Pakistani jurist, constitutional expert, former Chief Justice of West Pakistan High Court, former Chief Justice of Sindh High Court, former Judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and former Governor of Sindh province. He was born in 1908 in Delhi, India and died on 23 March 1995. He left behind a widow, two sons and five daughters.
Justice Qadeeruddin remained the Chief Justice of the West Pakistan High Court until the end of the one unit. Subsequently, he became the Chief Justice of Sindh High Court and remained in that position until his retirement in 1971. He also served as a judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan for some time.
A number of famous cases were decided during his tenure as the Chief Justice of West Pakistan and Sindh High Courts.
Justice Qadeeruddin acquired his college education from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.
He served as the Governor of Sindh in 1988/89.
He also wrote many papers and books on important national issues. One of the key issues on which he wrote was the concept of “riba” (usury) according to the Qur'anic dictates. His views on the subject were disputed by a number of scholars.
Some of the publications of Justice Qadeeruddin Ahmed are as follows:
- What is Riba? article published in Journal of Islamic Banking and Finance (1995) Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 7–49.
- The Demand of a Muslim Homeland, Dawn newspaper, 23.3.1992
- Islam in Our Lives book published by Royal Book Company, Karachi, 1989, 198pp.
Gen (R) Rahimuddin Khan
|Governor of Sindh
1988 – 1989
Fakhruddin G. Ebrahim