Faruk Khan (born 18 September 1951) is a Bangladeshi politician and former Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism of Bangladesh Government. Khan is a Parliament member of Bangladesh Government and former Commerce & Industry Secretary of the Awami League.
|Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism|
|Born||18 September 1951|
Dhaka, East Bengal, Dominion of Pakistan
|Political party||Awami League|
|Spouse(s)||Nilufar Faruk Khan|
|Children||Qantara K Khan |
Qareena K Khan
Khan was born on 18 September 1951 in Dhaka to his parents Serajul Karim Khan and mother Khaleda Karim Khan. He holds a Masters in Defense Studies from Defense Services and Staff College in Mirpur. He was commissioned from 44 PMA long course in the corps of infantry on 26 March 1971 . He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel on 15 May 1995 from Bangladesh Army.
Khan was parliament member and the Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism of Bangladesh government. He was elected from the seat of Gopalganj-1 with 99% votes the third time in a row at 29 December 2008's National Election. Khan pledged that the reduction of prices of basic foods and commodities are a priority in his term.
Khan is married to Nilufer Faruk Khan, a social worker. Together they have two daughters Qantara K Khan and Qareena K Khan.
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G M Quader
| Minister of Civil Aviation and Tourism