First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet

The First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet was formed by Nawaz Sharif in April 1985 to begin a new government following the 1985 Pakistani general election. It was dissolved on 30 May 1988.[1]

First Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet
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Cabinet of Punjab, Pakistan
Date formed5 April 1985
Date dissolved30 May 1988
People and organisations
Head of stateMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq
Head of governmentMuhammad Khan Junejo
Member partyPakistan Muslim League
Status in legislatureMajority
PredecessorQureshi provincial cabinet
SuccessorSecond Nawaz Sharif provincial cabinet



Following were the members of the cabinet:

  • Ch Abdul Ghafoor (PP-229 – Bahawalnagar) — Agriculture, Law and Parliamentary Affairs
  • Ch Muhammad Iqbal (PP-137 – Gujranwala) — Revenue, Relief & Consolidations
  • Ch Mumtaz Hussain (PP-201 – Sahiwal) — Education, Finance, Excise and Taxation
  • Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi (PP-28 – Gujrat) — Local Government and Rural Development
  • Makhdoom Altaf Ahmed (PP-236 – Rahim Yar Khan) — Finance (Additional charge Excise and Taxation)
  • Malik Khuda Bakhsh Khan Tiwana (PP-39 – Khushab) — Auqaf, Local Government and Rural Development
  • Malik Saleem Iqbal (PP-16 – Chakwal) — Co-operatives, Fisheries and Wildlife
  • Mehr Ghulam Dastgir Lak (PP-43 – Sargodha) — Food Department
  • Shaheen Atiq-ur-Rehman (Women Seat) — Social Welfare & Women's Division
  • Abdul Qayyum Awan (PP-69 – Faisalabad) — Labour, Jails, Zakat and Usher
  • Abdul Razzaq (PP-160 – Khanewal) — Irrigation and Power
  • Ghulam Haider Wyne (PP-161 – Khanewal) — Industries & Mineral Development, Planning and Development and Education
  • Muhammad Arshad Khan Lodhi (PP-204 – Sahiwal) — Colonies, Revenue and Relief, Consolidation, Live Stock and Dairy Development
  • Saeed Ahmed Khan Manais (PP-178 – Vehari) — Communication and Works, Food and Transport
  • Saeed Ahmed Qureshi (PP-169 – Multan) — Zakat and Ushr
  • Raja Iqbal Mehdi (PP-20 – Jhelum) — Forestry, Wildlife & Fisheries.
  • Sardar Arif Rashid (PP-109 – Lahore) — Agriculture, Irrigation and Power, Forestry, Tourism and Culture
  • Syed Afzaal Ali Shah (PP-216 – Okara) — Health, Communication and Works
  • Syeda Sajida Nayyar Abidi (PP-142 – Sialkot) — Livestock & Dairy Development
  • Raja Khalique Ullah Khan (PP-129 – Gujranwala), Law & Parliamentary Affairs


  1. ^ "Previous Assemblies".