Syed Fazal Agha

Syed Muhammad Fazal Agha (Urdu: سید محمد فضل آغا‎; (1946 – 20 May 2020) was a Pakistani politician from Pishin District of Balochistan province of Pakistan who served as Governor of Balochistan from 18 August to 12 October 1999. He also served as Deputy Chairman of the Senate of Pakistan from 1988-1991.[1] from Balochistan. He was a member of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan from 13 August 2018 till his death.

Syed Muhammad Fazal Agha
4th Deputy Chairman of the Senate of Pakistan
In office
21 March 1988 – 20 March 1991
ChairmanWasim Sajjad
Preceded byMalik Muhammad Ali Khan
Succeeded byNoor Jehan Panezai
17th Governor of Balochistan
In office
18 August 1999 – 12 October 1999
PresidentMuhammad Rafiq Tarar
Preceded byMiangul Aurangzeb
Succeeded byAmir-ul-Mulk Mengal
Member of the Provincial Assembly of Balochistan
Assembly Member
for PB-20 (Pishin-III)
In office
13 August 2018 – 20 May 2020
Personal details
Huramzai, Baluchistan Agency, British India (present-day Balochistan, Pakistan)
Died20 May 2020
Karachi, Pakistan
Political partyJamiat Ulema-e Islam (F)
Alma materUniversity of Peshawar (B.E. Civil Engineering) University of Balochistan (LL.B.)

Syed Fazal Agha was born in Killi Huramzai, Pishin District.[citation needed] He had political affiliation with Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F). He participated in the 2008 election and 2013 elections[2] but did not succeed. He was successful in the 2018 elections and was elected as member of Provincial Assembly of Balochistan for PB-20 (Pishin-III).[3] He died on 20 May 2020 after contracting COVID-19.[4]

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  1. ^ "Ex Deputy Chairmen - Senate of Pakistan". Senate of Pakistan. Retrieved 1 April 2014.
  2. ^ "NA-261 - Pakistan General Election 2013, 2008 , Molvi Agha ..." Forum Pakistan. Retrieved 1 April 2014.
  3. ^ "PB-20 Results - Election 2018 Results - - Candidates List - Constituency Details -". Retrieved 21 May 2020.
  4. ^ Shah, Syed Ali (20 May 2020). "Former Balochistan governor dies at Karachi hospital after testing positive for Covid-19". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 21 May 2020.