Ministry of States and Frontier Regions (Pakistan)
The Ministry of States and Frontier Regions (Urdu: وزارتِ ریاستی و سرحدی امور, abbreviated as SAFRON) is a federal ministry in Pakistan. The ministry will be headed by Sahabzada Muhammad Mehboob Sultan who was previously the Ministry of National Food Security and Research after the Prime Minister reshuffled his cabinet on 20 November 2019.
|وزارتِ ریاستی و سرحدی امور|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Pakistan|
|Headquarters||Islamabad, Islamabad Capital Territory|
Chief Commissioner-ate for Afghan RefugeesEdit
In 1979 to deal with the influx of Afghan Refugees into Pakistan an Office of Chief Commissioner for Afghan Refugees was established at Federal level declaring it as an attached department of Ministry of SAFRON.
Cadet College RazmakEdit
List of Minister for States and Frontier Regions Ministers of PakistanEdit
|Name of Minister for States and Frontier Regions Minister||Entered Office||Left Office|
|Shaukatullah Khan||11 February 2011||11 February 2012|
|Chaudhry Muhammad Barjees Tahir||13 June 2012||11 February 2013|
|Abdul Qadir Baloch||7 June 2013||28 July 2017|
|Abdul Qadir Baloch||4 August 2017||31 May 2018|
|Roshan Khursheed Bharucha||5 June 2018||18 August 2018|
|Tariq Bashir Cheema (Federal Minister)||20 August 2018||6 September 2018|
|Shehryar Khan Afridi (Minister of State)||18 April 2019||Till Date|
|Sahabzada Muhammad Mehboob Sultan (Federal Minister)||20 November 2019||Till Date|
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