Muhammad zubair says final good bye to PMLN

Photo of author

By imty4

Islamabad (Pakistan News Online) Former Governor of Sindh and senior leader of Pakistan Muslim League (N)  Muhammad Zubair, has announced his resignation from the party.

The former spokesperson for PML-N President Nawaz Sharif and Vice President Maryam Nawaz, announced his departure from the party and hinted that he would decide his political future based on the advice of friends.

Muhammad Zubair stated that he had long-standing reservations with party and would make his decision about his political future with the counsel of his friends.

It is worth noting that Muhammad Zubair became the 32nd Governor of Sindh in February 2017, assuming the position after the death of Justice (R) Saeed-uz-Zaman Siddiqui.

However, he resigned from his position in July 2018.

Before becoming Governor of Sindh, Muhammad Zubair was the Chairman of the Privatization Commission. Prior to that, from July to December 2013, he held the position of Chairman of the Board of Investment, and he is also the brother of Federal Minister for Planning, Asad Umar.

Earlier, in 2012-13, he was part of the PML-N’s economic, tax reforms, and media committees.

According to information available on the Privatization Commission’s website, before working for the government, Muhammad Zubair worked at IBM, where he held various positions during his 26-year career until 2007.

Leave a Comment