Sardar Muhammad Asif Nakai
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Sardar Asif Nakai (born on August 28, 1960 in Kasur) is a Pakistani politician, he belongs to a Sandhu Jat family. He served as Nazim, Tehsil Council Pattoki during 2001-02 and then served as a Minister of State for Housing and Works. He is currently an MPA in the Punjab Assembly. He is the son of the late Chief Minister of Punjab, Sardar Muhammad Arif Nakai His father served as Member of Punjab Assembly for four consecutive terms during 1985-88, 1988–90, 1990–93 and 1993–96; and also functioned as Minister for Revenue, Minister for Forests, Minister for Livestock & Dairy Development Department, Minister for Industries and Mineral Development and as Chief Minister Punjab during 1995-96. Brother of late MPA Sardar Pervaiz Nakai and cousin of Sardar Talib Nakai currently an MNA in the National Assembly.
He graduated in 1983 form University of the Punjab, Lahore. He was elected on two National Assembly seats i.e. NA-141 & 142 in general elections held in 2002.
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