Omar Ayub Khan

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Omar Ayub Khan
MP
Member of Parliament
In office
11 May 2013 – 2015
Personal details
Alma mater George Washington University
Religion Islam

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.[1] Later he was unseated as he became ineligible to continue in office as constituency election was again invalidated by voting irregularities due to rigging.[2]

Education[edit]

Omar Ayub received his early education from Army Burn Hall College[citation needed]. He received his Bachelors and Masters in Business Administration from George Washington University, USA.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Omar Ayub served in the cabinet of ex-Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz.[citation needed]

Family[edit]

Omar Ayub Khan’s father, Gohar Ayub Khan, is a former Foreign Minister of Pakistan[citation needed] and his grandfather, General ('Field Marshal') Muhammed Ayub Khan, was President of Pakistan from 1958–1969.[citation needed]

He is the son-in-law of former federal minister Anwar Saifullah Khan[citation needed] and his wife is a granddaughter of former Pakistani President Ghulam Ishaq Khan.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Omar Ayub Khan profile – Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency
  2. ^ Reporter, The Newspaper's Staff (20 June 2015). "SC unseats PML-N's Omar Ayub". Retrieved 13 September 2016.