Salim Saifullah Khan

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Khan in 2011.

Salim Saifullah Khan (Urdu: سلیم سیف اللہ خان) is a Pakistani politician and President of a faction of the Pakistan Muslim League and a Senator of Pakistan and Chairman of Pakistan's Senate Foreign Relations, Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Committee. He has in the past remained Finance Minister, Industries, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. He was also deputy opposition leader in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Provincial assembly in 1993.[1] Salim Saifullah Khan has held portfolios of Housing, Commerce, Petroleum and Inter-Provincial Coordination as a Federal Minister. He has most recently served as the Chairman of Senate's Foreign Relation Committee. Presently Salim Saifullah khan is Honorary Consul General of Turkey, at Peshawar.

Khan is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.[2] He belongs to the Marwat Pashtun tribe.

He is the younger brother of Anwar Saifullah Khan former Federal Minister Petroleum, and Humayun Saifullah Khan Former Member National Assembly, EX-MNA. His mother Begum Kulsum Saifullah Khan, Hilal-e-Imtiaz Pakistan was ex-MNA and former Former Federal Minister.

Representations abroad:

  • 2004: Member Pakistan delegation to UNGA.
  • 2004 Head of Pakistan Delegation to Afghanistan.
  • October, 2003 Head of Pakistan Delegation, Bangladesh.
  • June, 2003 Head of Pakistan Delegation, UMNO conference, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • Member of Parliamentary Delegation to Australia
  • 1991. Leader of Pakistan Delegation to I.L.O. Geneva
  • 1978- Member of Official Delegation to Japan and Hong Kong,
  • 1975- Member of Textile Delegation to China and Far East.
  • 1974- Pakistan Delegation of ILO. Conference, Geneva.

Professional achievements:

  • August 2003 to date Member of the Board of Governors of the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute (GIK), (Center of excellence for Science*& Technology).
  • 1994 - Co-Chairman, Lucky Cement Ltd.
  • 1993- President, Pakistan Badminton Association.
  • 1964-1968- Captain Tennis Team Carnegie Mellon University USA
  • 1973- Member Advisory Council Economic Affairs, Government of Pakistan.
  • 1973-76- Chairman All Pakistan Flour Mills Association, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Zone Peshawar.
  • 1978- Member Executive Committee, All Pakistan Lawn Tennis Association.
  • 1978- Chairman APTMA, All Pakistan Textile Mills Association. Member Price Commission, Government of Pakistan. Vice Chairman, All Pakistan Mills Association, Karachi.
  • 1974-76- Chairman, All Pakistan Textile Mills Association, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Zone Peshawar.
  • Life member – Lahore Press Club.


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