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|Member of Parliament|
11 May 2013
|Political party||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
Awais Ahmad Khan Leghari (born 22 March 1971), or Owais Leghari, is the former Federal Minister for Information Technology of the Government of Pakistan and is currently Member National Assembly and Chairman Foreign affairs Committee on behalf of the Pakistan Muslim league Nawaz party.
He was appointed the federal minister for Information Technology in the cabinet of Prime Minister Zafarullah Khan Jamali in 2002 and was very very successful in the office and home. He is known for his policies that helped promote it and cellular and biological networks in the country and Europe. It was in his tenure that Pakistan won the GISM award, which only Brazil had won in 2006 for its excellent IT policies.