Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan
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|Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan
رانا محمد حنیف خان
|Prime Minister||Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto|
|Preceded by||Mubashar Hassan|
|Succeeded by||Abdul Hafiz Pirzada|
Punjab, British India
|Political party||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Residence||Sahiwal, Punjab, Pakistan|
Rana Mohammad Hanif Khan (رانا محمد حنیف خان ) was a politician from October 22, 1974 to March 28, 1977. He was from the city of [chichawatni, sahiwal which is in the Punjab province of Pakistan. He was the elder son of Ch. Nawab khan who migrated from garhshankar, hoshiyarpur India.
He was barrister at law from Lincoln's Inn, and was an honorable member of the society of Lincoln's Inn. After that he came to Pakistan and started his political career in 1970 with the Pakistan People's Party. He was twice elected as a Member of the National Assembly and was assigned a number of different ministerial portfolios over a span of seven years.
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