Omar Ayub Khan
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|Omar Ayub Khan
|Member of Parliament|
11 May 2013 – 2015
|Alma mater||George Washington University|
Omar Ayub Khan (born January 26, 1970) is a Pakistani politician and a former Minister of State for Finance in Pakistan. He was elected as a Member of the National Assembly from constituency NA-19 Haripur as a candidate of PML (N) in the by-election after 2013 general elections. Later he was unseated as he became ineligible to continue in office as constituency election was again invalidated by voting irregularities due to rigging.
Omar Ayub received his early education from Army Burn Hall College. He received his Bachelors and Masters in Business Administration from George Washington University, USA.
Omar Ayub Khan’s father, Gohar Ayub Khan, is a former Foreign Minister of Pakistan and his grandfather, General ('Field Marshal') Muhammed Ayub Khan, was President of Pakistan from 1958–1969.
- Omar Ayub Khan profile – Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency
- Reporter, The Newspaper's Staff (20 June 2015). "SC unseats PML-N's Omar Ayub". Retrieved 13 September 2016.
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