Khawaja Muhammad Waseem: Age, Education, Family, Father, Politician, Political Party, Political Career, Constituency, Contact, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram

Mr. Khawaja Muhammad Waseem belongs to the Punjab Assembly and working for the Pakistan Muslim League N.

Age and Education of Khawaja Muhammad Waseem

Mr. Khawaja Muhammad Waseem was born on 17th of April 1969 at Narowal. His father’s name is KhawajaAmanullah who was also a famous politician of his area. He has done his Intermediate from his birthplace. Professionally he is a Businessman.

Family and Children of Khawaja Muhammad Waseem

Mr. Khawaja Muhammad Waseem is living a happy married life. He is a father of well-civilized kids. He follows Islam as a Religion.

Khawaja Muhammad Waseem Career in Politics

Mr. Khawaja Muhammad Waseem is one of the noble politicians who belong to the 16th Punjab Assembly whose tenure spans from the year 2013 to date. He has been working for the constituency of PP-135 (PML-N).The politician is affiliated with the famous right wing of political party Pakistan Muslim League N, which is led by a businessman turned into a famous politician Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. He was elected to the provincial assembly of Punjab in general elections of 2013. He started his career when he was elected as Councilor of the municipal committee Narowal. Later he became the Chairman the same municipal committee of Narowal. Currently, he is serving as a member of livestock and dairy development and a parliamentary secretary of Co-operatives. He is among the advocates of rights for all, democracy, and justice, the supremacy of law, civil rights of citizens and empowerment for all. He has raised the issues of his constituency at government doors.

Contacting Khawaja Muhammad Waseem

Email ID: OR

Permanent Address:(a) Jassar By-Pass, Circular Road, Narowal.

(b) 81-N Model Town, Lahore

Res No:0542-410740

Fax No:0542-414205

Cell No:0300-7769777


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