Sultan Mohammed Khan (19 February 1919 – 8 November 2010) was a Pakistani civil servant and British India Army officer who served as a Foreign Secretary of Pakistan. He was also Pakistan's ambassador to the United States in the Nixon and Jimmy Carter presidency.
Sultan Mohammed Khan
|10th Foreign Secretary of Pakistan|
1 July 1970 – 31 March 1972
Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
|Preceded by||S.M Yusuf|
|Succeeded by||Iftikhar Ali|
|Pakistan Ambassador to the United States|
15 May 1972 – 8 December 1973
|President||Zulfikar Ali Bhutto|
|Preceded by||N.A.M Raza|
|Succeeded by||Sahabzada Yaqub Khan|
|Born||19 February 1919|
Jaora, Undivided India
|Died||8 November 2010(aged 91)|
|Spouse||Abeda Sultan Khan|
|Alma mater||Ewing Christian College|
|Occupation||Civil servant Foreign service officer|
Sultan Mohammed Khan was born in Jaora State, British India, on 19 February 1919. He received his bachelor's degree from Ewing Christian College.
Sultan Mohammed Khan joined the British Indian army as an officer cadet and was commissioned as a lieutenant in the 4th Indian Grenadiers, during World War II he served in India and the Malays-Indonesia front. He took an early release from the British Indian army as a major and after independence of Pakistan from the British, Khan joined the Pakistan's foreign service.
During his career as a diplomat, he served as a Pakistan ambassador to the United States, Canada, China, and Japan.
He married daughter of Jaora State ruler, Nawabzadi Abeda Sultan, in 1943. The couple had four children. He emigrated to the United States and lived a retired life in Maryland, United States.
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