Salahuddin Saeed Khan
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Nawabzada Salahuddin Saeed Khan (born 1960) is the present titular Chief of Tanolis and the present Nawab of Amb (titular/courtesy only). He holds the record of being the youngest parliamentarian ever to be elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan and then went on to be elected five times to the National Assembly of Pakistan (from 1985 to 1997), a feat only achieved by seven other Pakistani parliamentarians, including the former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif.
He holds the record as the youngest parliamentarian ever to be elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan. After that, he went on to be elected to the National Assembly five times, between 1985 and 1997, a feat only achieved by seven other Pakistani parliamentarians, including the former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Khan has held several junior portfolios in the federal government, including his service as Parliamentary Secretary for Production (1991-1993). He later chaired the National Assembly's Standing Committee on Sports, Tourism, Culture and Youth Affairs (1997-1999) and has been a member of several other parliamentary Standing Committees.
He has twice led a delegation of Pakistan to the United Nations General Assembly and also at several other international forums, such as the Commonwealth election observer in Kenya, SAARC and the Cancun Summit on Natural Habitat.
Khan changed his political affiliations several times in his career and is presently affiliated to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, and he lost the 2013 General Elections on their ticket with a sizable margin.
|Tenure||Rulers of Amb (Tanawal)|
|unknown date - 1803||(Mir) Haibat Khan|
|1803 - 1805||(Mir) Hashim Ali Khan|
|1805 - 1818||(Mir) Nawab Khan|
|1818–1840||(Mir) Painda Khan|
|1840–1868||(Mir) Jehandad Khan|
|1868–1907||(Nawab) Muhammad Akram Khan|
|1907 - 26 February 1936||(Nawab) Khanizaman Khan|
|26 February 1936 - 1971||(Nawab) Muhammad Farid Khan|
|1971–1973||(Nawab) Muhammad Saeed Khan|
|1973||(Nawabzada) Salahuddin Saeed Khan|
- Pakistan Princely States
- Pakistan Election Commission – Unique Stats: http://www.ecp.gov.pk/content/uniquestats.html[dead link]
- Unique Stats at ecp.gov.pk (Pakistan Election Commission web site)
- Ben Cahoon, WorldStatesmen.org. "Pakistan Princely States". Retrieved 2007-10-03.
- Pakistan Election Commission - Unique Stats: http://www.ecp.gov.pk/content/uniquestats.html[dead link]
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