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Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah

Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah has been elected Chief Minister of Sindh for three terms. His last two terms combined, a total of eight years, make him the longest serving Chief Minister of Sindh. He is Sindh President of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and an elected Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) from PS-220 (Khairpur-1)

Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah was born 13 September 1933  to Syed Ramzan Ali Shah Jillani in Khairpur Mirs.  Shah’s household was counted amongst Khayrpur state’s more influential and educated families. After completing his early education at Naz High School, Shah’s family married young Shah to a relative. Shah then proceeded to Karachi for higher education.

In Karachi, Shah enrolled at Karachi University and received a Bachelor of Arts. Later, he received a Bachelor of Laws from S. M. Law College.

CM, corps commander discuss NAP implementation in Sindh

KARACHI: Corps Commander Karachi, Lt Gen Naveed Mukhtar on Tuesday called on Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and exchanged views with him on overall security situation across Sindh particularly in Karachi and implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP), ARY News reported.