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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Some Of Our Top Politicians Having Real Degrees








Politicians and politics is the core of all discussions in Pakistan. It is the hot cake in drawing room discussions as well as those sitting in "Chapper" hotels (Common and Cheaper hotels" or on shop's "Thurras" (Wooden boards in font of shops). Whether good or bad these politicians have impact on the system functioning of the country. **-- Mamnoon Hussain:-- Yes, our own president is one of the well educated politicians Pakistan has. Mamnoon Hussain is an IBA graduate, one of the most renown institutes of Pakistan. He obtained his MBA degree from this institute in 1965. **-- Muhammad Nawaz Sharif:-- Prime minister Nawaz Sharif has Bachelor of Arts degree from Government College of Punjab and LLB from Punjab University. He also holds an honorary PhD from government college University. **-- Our popular Tsunami Khan (Imran Khan) is well educated person having done Bachelor of Arts from Oxford University. He has also been awarded an honorary PhD from Royal College of Physicians. **-- Mrs Kalsoom Nawaz:--
Our decent first lady is quite sophisticated and well educated having PhD degree in Urdu poetry from Punjab University. **-- Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan:-- Our interior minister Chaudhry Nisar holds the status of Ex-Alumni Atchison College and Burn Hall College. **-- Rehman Malik:-- Ex interior minister Rehman Malik has Master of Statistics degree from Karachi University. He was later awarded honorary PhD degree from the same University. *8-- Khawaja Asif:-- Defense minister Khawaja Asif has BA LLB degrees from Punjab University and got Masters in Economics from London School of Economics in 1975. **--Shah Mehmood Qureshi:-- Vice president of PTI Shah Mehmood Qureshi is Masters in Law and political Science from Corpus Christi College Cambridge. **-- Sherry Rehman: --
The PPP leader and ex-minister has back ground in political science and arts history from the University of Sussex.

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