Jam Sadiq Ali

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Jam Sadiq Ali Khan
20th Chief Minister of Sindh
In office
6 August 1990 – 5 March 1992
Preceded by Aftab Shaban Mirani
Succeeded by Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah
Personal details
Born 1899
Jam Nawaz Ali, Sanghar District, Sindh
Died 5th March 1992
Residence Jam Nawaz Ali, Sanghar District, Sindh
Profession Nawab of Sanghar, Politician
Religion Sunni Muslim

Jam Sadiq Ali (Urdu: جام صادق علی ‎) was a politician from Sindh, Pakistan.

Jam Sadiq Ali belonged to the ruling dynasty of Samaa Ja'ams who ruled Sindh over two quarter centuries up to middle of 1700. Jam Sadiq Ali had ten children, one of whom jam Ashiq Ali died in September 2003. Jam Mashooq Ali, son of late Jam Sadiq Ali is a Sardar of the Sammo Jam tribe.

Jam Sadiq Ali was Chief Minister of Sindh from 6 August 1990 to 5 March 1992. During Benazir Bhutto 20-month Government, Mr. Sadiq Ali served as an adviser but eventually resigned because of differences. After Benazir Bhutto was forced to step down in August 1990 because of corruption charges, he was named Chief Minister of Sindh.

Jam Sadiq Ali died on 5 March 1992 and was buried at his ancestral graveyard in Goth Jam Nawaz Ali.

Political offices
Preceded by
Aftab Shaban Mirani
Chief Minister of Sindh
Succeeded by
Muzaffar Hussain Shah