Gul Hameed Khan Rokhri

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Gul Hameed Khan Rokhri is a Pakistani politician. Throughout his political career, he has been a member of the Provincial Assembly, been elected as an MNA, and then later became the Punjab Revenue, Relief & Consolidations Minister. Currently, he is the District President of the Pakistan Muslim League.[citation needed]

Gul Hameed Rokhri comes from a well-known Pashtun family, with a Niazi background .

His family has a strong political background. He is the son of Ghulam Haider Khan Niazi of Rokhri and is the nephew of Amir Abdullah Khan Rokhri. His son Humair Hayat Khan Rokhri was a former District Nazim of Mianwali, and is currently a member of the National Assembly. His brother Asghar Khan Rokhri is at present the Town Nazim of the city of Rokhri, Mianwali and his cousin Aamir Hayat Khan Niazi is an MPA. His son-in-law, Chaudhry Shafaat Hussain, is the City Nazim of Gujrat.

He has previously served as the Vice Chairman of the District Council of Mianwali from 1965–69, and was the Chairman from 1983–87. He has been elected to the Provincial Assembly three times and was elected as an MNA in the elections of 1990. He also functioned as Advisor to Chief Minister during 1986–88 and as Minister for Food, Punjab during 1989–90.

In the 2002 general elections, Gul Hameed Khan Rokhri won two seats – PP44, PP45. He vacated PP44 and retained PP45. He was later made the Punjab Revenue, Relief & Consolidations Minister.[1]

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