Sindh - Province of Pakistan
 
 
     14 Aug 1947            Accedes to Pakistan.
     14 Oct 1955            Sind becomes part of West Pakistan.
     01 Jul 1970            Sind become a province of Pakistan again.
            1990            renamed Sind as Sindh.
 
  • Governor
  • Sir Ghulam Hussain Hidayat Ullah Khan Bahadur Shaykh......14 Aug 1947 - 04 Oct 1948
  • Sheikh Din Muhammad...............................07 Oct 1948 - 19 Nov 1952
  • Mian Aminuddin....................................19 Nov 1952 - 01 May 1953
  • George Baxandall Constantine......................01 May 1953 - 12 Aug 1953
  • Habib Ibrahim Rehmat Ullah........................12 Aug 1953 - 23 Jun 1954
  • Khan Iftikhar Hussain Mamdot......................23 Jun 1954 - 14 Oct 1955
  • Post abolished....................................14 Oct 1955 - 01 Jul 1970
  • Lt. Gen. Rekhman Gul..............................01 Jul 1970 - 21 Dec 1971
  • Sardar Mumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto.....................24 Dec 1971 - 20 Apr 1972
  • He later became Chief Minister of Sind twice.
  • Mir Rasool Bux Talpur.............................29 Apr 1972 - 13 Feb 1973
  • Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Khan (female)..............15 Feb 1973 - 01 Mar 1976
  • Nawab Muhammad Dilawar Khanji of Junagarh.........01 Mar 1976 - 05 Jul 1977
  • Justice Abdul Qadir Shaikh........................05 Jul 1977 - 18 Sep 1978
  • Lt. Gen. Sadiq ul Rashid Mohammad Abbasi..........18 Sep 1978 - 07 Apr 1984
  • Lt. Gen. Jehandad Khan............................07 Apr 1984 - 04 Jan 1987
  • Ashraf Wali Muhammad Tabbani......................05 Jan 1987 - 24 Jun 1988
  • Gen. Rahim ud-din Khan............................24 Jun 1988 - 10 Sep 1988
  • Justice Qadeeruddin Ahmed.........................12 Sep 1988 - 13 Apr 1989
  • Justice Fakharuddin G. Ebrahim....................19 Apr 1990 - 06 Aug 1990
  • Mahmood Abdullah Haroon (1st time)................06 Aug 1990 - 19 Jul 1993
  • Hakim Muhammad Said (acting)......................19 Jul 1993 - 22 Jan 1994
  • He established Hamdard Foundation in 1948. Within few years, the herbal medical products of Hamdard became household names. Hakim Mohammed Said wrote or compiled about 200 books. These include books on religion, tibb (natural medicine), health & sciences, books on literary, social and scientific topics and travelogues.
    Hakim Mohammed Said founded also founded Hamdard University in 1991. The establishment of a university which could enliven the intellectual tradition of the educational institutions of the golden era of Muslim civilization had always been his most cherished dream. He was was murdered on 07 Oct 1998. Nawaz Sharif, then Prime Minster of Pakistan, accused the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) of the murder.
  • Mahmood Abdullah Haroon (2nd time)................23 Jan 1994 - 22 May 1995
  • Kamaluddin Azfar..................................22 May 1995 - 17 Mar 1997
  • Lt. Gen. (Retd.) Moinuddin Haider.................17 Mar 1997 - 17 Jun 1999
  • He later served as Interior Minister of Pakistan from 06 Nov 1999 to 23 Nov 2004.
  • Mamnoon Hussain...................................17 Jun 1999 - 21 Oct 1999
  • Air Marshal (Retd.) Mohammed Azim Daudpota........25 Oct 1999 - 25 May 2000
  • Azim Daudpota, (born: 14 September 1933 died: 03 April 2017) was a three-star officer in the Pakistan Air Force who went on 1st to serve as Chief of Air Staff of Air Force of Zimbabwe (July 1983 - January 1986) and then to briefly serve as Governor of Sindh. At the time of his death Daudpota was the chairman of the board at Macpac Films Limited, a Pakistani company which manufactures BOPP films and claimed to be the pioneer of the BOPP film industry in Pakistan.
  • Mohammed Mian Soomro..............................25 May 2000 - 27 Dec 2002
  • Caretaker Prime Minister of Pakistan from 16 Nov 2007 to 25 Mar 2008 and then acting President of Pakistan from 18 Aug 2008 to 09 Sep 2008.
  • Ishratul Ibad Khan................................27 Dec 2002 - 09 Nov 2016
  • He submit his resignation on 27th June 2011 and went to London. However his resignation was not accepted by the Government and later resumed to his duties on 19th Jul 2011.
  • Chief Justice (Retd.) Saeed-uz-Zaman Siddique.....09 Nov 2016 - 11 Jan 2017
  • On 25 August 2008, Nawaz Sharif announced that Saeed-uz-Zaman Siddiqui would be Pakistan Muslim League (N) and Jamaat-e-Islami nominee to replace Pervez Musharraf as President of Pakistan. He lost the 06 September 2008 Pakistani presidential election, by 153 votes to Asif Ali Zardari, who was elected President of Pakistan. The PML-N although in power wanted Siddiqui as a unanimous candidate as he was the only nonpartisan candidate contesting this election of 2008. Justice Siddiqui was again selected for running as the candidate for the Presidential Election in the Pakistani presidential election in 2013, but at the last moment his name was replaced with Mamnoon Hussain as Siddiqui never joined the PML-N and was a neutral candidate. He was supported by the Baloch nationalists. Siddiqui died at the age of 79 on 11 January 2017 in Karachi.
  • Agha Siraj Durrani (1st time - acting)...........11 Jan 2017 02 Feb 2017
  • He is a Pakistani politician and a member of the Pakistan Peoples Party. He is the Speaker of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh. His father, Agha Sadaruddin, and uncle Agha Badruddin also served as speakers of the same assembly. His wife is the sister of Sibghatullah Shah Rashidi III (Raja Saein), the current 8th Pir of Pagara.
  • Mohammad Zubair Umar.............................02 Feb 2017 - 03 Aug 2018
  • Umar was born to General (retired) Ghulam Umar and belongs to Urdu-speaking community. He is the elder brother of Asad Umar. Prior to joining politics, Umar was hosting TV shows. He served as Chairman of Privatisation Commission of Pakistan with the status of minister of state from December 2013 until February 2017. Following Pakistani general election, 2018, he announced to resign from the office of Sindh Governor on 28 July 2018. He said on Sunday 29 July 2018, his resignation meant that he left the office of governor Sindh, but not politics.
  • Agha Siraj Durrani (2nd time - acting)..........03 Aug 2018 - 27 Aug 2018
  • On 03 August 2018, President Mamnoon Hussain accepts the resignation of the governor of Sindh, Muhammad Zubair, and the speaker of the provincial assembly, Agha Siraj Durrani, becomes acting governor.
  • Imran Ismail....................................27 Aug 2018 - date
  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Imran Ismail, who has been appointed governor of Sindh, on 23 August 2018, is reported to be holding just an intermediate degree. As per reports, the PTI leader had declared his qualification as intermediate in the nomination papers he had submitted to the Election Commission of Pakistan for his constituency of PS-111 during the General Elections 2018. Ismail, who had won the provincial assembly seat, PS-111 (Clifton) in the 2018 general elections, resigned his membership from the assembly before taking oath. His resignation was submitted by PTI MPA Khurrum Sher Zaman. According to education specialists, Ismail is ineligible for the post, as he has been allotted as the position that makes him the chancellor of all state-run universities and would also be required to award degrees to students. Imran Ismail took oath as the 33th Governor of Sindh on Monday 27 August 2018 at 18:13. Sindh High Court Chief Justice Ahmed Ali Shaikh administered the oath to Ismail in a ceremony at the Governor House, which was attended by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, provincial ministers, lawmakers, bureaucrats, diplomats, Karachi corps commander and various political leaders of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement and PTI.
 
  • Chief Ministers
  • Khan Bahadur Mohammad Ayub Khuhro (1st time)......16 Aug 1947 - 28 Apr 1948
  • Pir Ilahi Bakhsh..................................03 May 1948 - 04 Feb 1949
  • Muhammad Yusuf Abdullah Haroon....................18 Feb 1949 - 07 May 1950
  • Qazi Fazalullah Ubeidullah........................08 May 1950 - 24 Mar 1951
  • Khan Bahadur Muhammad Ayub Khuhro (2nd time)......25 Mar 1951 - 30 Dec 1951
  • Governor's rule...................................30 Dec 1951 - 22 May 1953
  • Pirzada Abdul Sattar..............................22 May 1953 - 08 Nov 1954
  • Khan Bahadur Muhammad Ayub Khuhro (3rd time)......09 Nov 1954 - 13 Oct 1955
  • Post abolished....................................14 Oct 1955 - 01 Jul 1970
  • Martial Law.......................................01 Jul 1970 - 01 May 1972
  • Sardar Mumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto (1st time)..........01 May 1972 - 20 Dec 1973
  • Ghulum Mustafa Khan Jatoi.........................25 Dec 1973 - 05 Jul 1977
  • Acting Prime Minister of Pakistan from 06 Aug 1990 to 06 Nov 1990.
  • Martial Law.......................................05 Jul 1977 - 06 Apr 1985
  • Justice (Retd.) Syed Ghaus Ali Shah...............06 Apr 1985 - 06 Apr 1988
  • Akhtar Ali Ghulam Qazi (1st time).................10 Apr 1988 - 29 May 1988
  • Akhtar Ali Ghulam Qazi (2nd time - acting)........31 Aug 1988 - 02 Dec 1988
  • Syed Qaim Ali Shah (1st time).....................02 Dec 1988 - 25 Feb 1990
  • Aftab Shahban Mirani..............................25 Feb 1990 - 06 Aug 1990
  • Jam Sadiq Ali (acting to 05 Nov 1990).............06 Aug 1990 - 05 Mar 1992
  • Syed Muzaffar Hussain Shah........................06 Mar 1992 - 19 Jul 1993
  • Justice (Retd.) Syed Ali Madad Shah (acting)......19 Jul 1993 - 19 Oct 1993
  • Syed Abdullah Shah Lakiyari.......................20 Oct 1993 - 06 Nov 1996
  • Sardar Mumtaz Ali Khan Bhutto (2nd time - acting).07 Nov 1996 - 22 Feb 1997
  • Liaquat Ali Khan Jatoi (suspended on 30 Oct 1998).22 Feb 1997 - 12 Oct 1999
    • Justice (Retd.) Ghos Ali Shah................17 Jun 1999 - 12 Oct 1999
  • Governor's rule...................................12 Oct 1999 - 30 Nov 2002
  • Ali Mohammad Maher................................17 Dec 2002 - 09 Jun 2004
  • Arbab Ghulam Rahim................................09 Jun 2004 - 19 Nov 2007
  • Abdul Qadir Halepota..............................19 Nov 2007 - 07 Apr 2007
  • Syed Qaim Ali Shah (2nd time).....................07 Apr 2007 - 20 Mar 2013
  • Justice (Retd.) Zahid Qurban Alvi (acting)........21 Mar 2013 - 30 May 2013
  • Syed Qaim Ali Shah (3rd time).....................30 May 2013 - 27 Jul 2016
  • Syed Qaim Ali Shah is elected chief minister of Sindh, securing 86 votes against 48 for Syed Sardar Ahmed and 18 for Imtiaz Sheikh.
  • Syed Murad Ali Shah (1st time)....................29 Jul 2016 - 02 Jun 2018
  • He is the son of Syed Abdullah Shah, the former Chief Minister of Sindh. Murad Shah graduated with B.E. in Civil engineering and was a silver medalist upon his graduation from the University of Engineering and Technology (NED). After earning the Quaid-e-Azam scholarship, he went to United States and attended the Stanford University in California where he completed his M.Sc. in environmental engineering with strong concentration on economic system. He has political affiliation with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and has previously served as Finance minister of Sindh. Shah was barred from contesting the 2013 elections because of his Canadian citizenship. However, he gave up his Canadian nationality to run in the election. He served as Minister for irrigation (Sindh) and Finance Minister of Sindh before elevation to the Chief Minister of Sindh in 2016 by winning 88-3.
  • Fazlur Rehman (acting)............................02 Jun 2018 - 18 Aug 2018
  • The outgoing Sindh government and opposition have named Fazlur Rehman as the caretaker chief minister of the province, sources informed Geo News late Thursday. Sources said outgoing chief minister Murad Ali Shah and opposition leader Khawaja Izharul Hassan agreed upon Rehman's name as the caretaker CM following a meeting that lasted for more than two-and-a-half hour. The meeting had former provincial ministers Mukesh Chawla and Nasir Shah, along with Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan's Faisal Subzwari in presence, they said. Rehman served as Sindh chief secretary from 2007 to 2010, after which he was retired from service. Opposition parties had proposed Rehman's name for the interim post, the sources added.
  • Syed Murad Ali Shah (2nd time)....................18 Aug 2018 - date
  • On 16 Aug 2018, Syed Murad Ali Shah is elected chief minister of Sindh, defeating Shaharyar Khan Mahar 97-61. Syed Murad Ali Shah took oath on 18 Aug 2018. Agha Siraj Durrani, the acting Sindh governor, administered the oath to the 33rd Chief Minister of Sindh and other cabinet members. The ceremony was attended by PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Bakhtawar Bhutto Zaradri, Faryal Talpur, Corp Commander Karachi, Sindh Rangers Director General, MPAs, diplomats, representatives of business community and others.
 
 
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