Taj Muhammad Jamali

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Mir Taj Muhammad Jamali was the former Balochistan chief minister and a veteran politician. He was the cousin of former Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali and present Deputy Chairman of Senate of Pakistan Jan Mohammad Jamali.[citation needed] All three cousins had, at different times, served as Chief Ministers of Balochistan between 17 November 1990 and 20 May 1993, during the third democratic period in Pakistan (1988-1999).[citation needed]

In April 2006, Taj Jamali offered to arrange a meeting between President Pervez Musharraf and a Loya Jirga (grand jirga) for peace in Balochistan.[1]

Jamali died in Karachi on 2 April, 2009; he had been under a doctor's care for heart problems. He is to be interred in his ancestral town of Rojhan Jamali in the district of Jaffarabad, Pakistan.[2]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Mir Humayun Khan Marri
Chief Minister of Balochistan
1990 – 1993
Succeeded by
Zulfikar Ali Magsi