Zulfiqar Ali Khosa

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Zulfiqar Ali Khosa (born 20 October 1935)[1] is a Pakistani political leader and former Governor of Punjab.


He comes from a Baloch, Khosa tribe. He was born in Bahadurgarh, Dera Ghazi Khan, Pakistan. He became the Tumandar of the Khosa in 1935 after the death of his father, Dost Muhammad Khan Khosa.[1] He was the Governor of the Punjab from 17 August 1999 to 12 October 1999. On 26 June 2008, he won the PP-243 seat of the Punjab assembly after defeating the Leghari candidate for the third time.[2]

He is the father of Hissam Uddin Khan Khosa, Saif Uddin Khan Khosa, and Dost Muhammad Khosa[1] (former Chief Minister of Punjab).


Political offices
Preceded by
Shahid Hamid
Governor of Punjab
Succeeded by
Muhammad Safdar