Amjad Ali Noon
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Malik Amjad Ali Noon, born on 17 June 1954 in Lahore province Punjab, is a Pakistani politician.
His father Malik Anwer Ali Noon mostly lived in their hometown village Ali Pur Noon. The Noon family has 27 villages in Bhalwal Tehsil: Nurpur Noon, Sultan Pur Noon and Sardar Pur Noon, among others. Malik Feroz Khan Noon ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan was also a prominent member of the Noon family.
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Noon got his early education from the prestigious Aitchison College and his Bachelors from the FC College Lahore. He has studied the Law and has attended in his capacity as a member of the District Government, the National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Lahore, and the National Defence University, Islamabad.
At the age of 34, Noon was the youngest High Commissioner of Pakistan to Kenya. He was also Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Pakistan to Rwanda, Ethiopia and Uganda under the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government of Benazir Bhutto (1989–90).
Noon served as the Zila Nazim Sargodha (District Governor) after a record highest mandate in the 2001 elections. His political affiliations have been with the Pakistan Peoples Party. He later also remained Chairman of the Prime Minister's Inspection Commission of Pakistan.
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