Chaudry Tussadiq Masud Khan

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Chaudry Tussadiq Masud Khan (born November 19, 1959 in Gujranwala) is a Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan[1] He was elected from his native Constituency NA-100 after the seat was vacated by Mudasir Nahra, who was disqualified. Khan is a member of the Standing Committee for Food and Agricultural Affairs and is an agriculturist by professions. He also owns a poultry farm, flour mill and a chain of CNG stations. He is affiliated with the Pakistan Peoples Party. He is also a former Union Council member and Tehsil Nazim (governor).

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  1. ^ "Personal Profile". National Assembly of Pakistan. Retrieved 4 October 2011.