Rana Asif Tauseef

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Rana Asif Tauseef (born 1 July 1967 in Faisalabad, Punjab) is a Pakistani politician from Faisalabad who has served as a member of the National Assembly (MNA) after being elected in the 2002 general elections.[1][2] He was a member of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) political party. In the 2008 general elections, he was again elected as an MNA, this time as a candidate from Pakistan Muslim League (Q).[3] Asif is a businessman by profession and obtained his Bachelors in Commerce degree in 1991 from the Government Commerce College and an MBA degree in 1996 from the London School of Business Administration.[1]

In May 2011, he assumed the post of Minister of State for Privatisation.[3][4] His areas of expertise and interest include finance, commerce and industry. Asif has been a member of the National Assembly’s committees on Culture, Sports, Tourism, Youth Affairs, Population Welfare, Foreign Affairs, Economic Affairs and Textile. His brother, Rana Zahid Tauseef,[5] has also served as an MNA in the national parliament and has been a mayor of the city of Faisalabad.[4] Political Career: He won 2008 General Elections by the help of Rana Aftab Ahmad Khan, Rana Aftab was Nazim of UC-139 he helped him in his election campaigns, Rana Aftab is Politician from Faisalabad and also a well known businessman in Osaka, Japan. Now He Has Join Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (December 2016)

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