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Iram Khalid: Age, Education, Family, Father, Husband, Children, Politician, Political Party, Political Career, Constituency, Contact, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Iram Khalid is a renowned politician in Sindh Assembly whose tenure spans from the year 2013 till date. She is a responsible politician who has raised himself from the roots of politics. She understands the mentality of public and has taken part in many relief efforts. She won her seat in the provincial assembly on the reserved quota for women. She has raised the problems of his constituency at government doors. Ms. Iram Shaikh is a champion of women rights and is deeply respected within the ranks of the political arena in Pakistan.

Political Career of Iram Khalid

Currently she is a member on the following committees: Standing Committee on Law & Parliamentary Affairs and Human Rights, Standing Committee on Forest, Wildlife and Environment, Standing Committee on School Education (upto Matriculation). She is the special assistant to the Chief Minister on women development. She belongs to the left-wing mainstream political party, Pakistan People’s Party Parliamentarians.

Education of Iram Khalid

Mrs. Iram Shaikh is an academically qualified person who completed her Bachelor’s in Arts from St. Joseph’s College. She has brought new ideas for development and progress of her constituency. She was born in Karachi.

Family of Iram Khalid

She is the daughter of Khalid Javed. Currently, she is married and has three children. She is married to the son of Professor N.D. Khan, a former member of National Assembly in the 1990s. Iram Shaikh has travelled to multiple regions. She follows Islam as religion and is a devout Muslim.

Contacting  Iram Khalid

Like many other politicians, Mrs. Khalid maintains her residence in Karachi at 116/11, Khayaban-e-Shujat, Phase VI D.H.A.

This is also her permanent address. Her contact number is 0300-8236434.

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