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Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair Umar Resigned From His Post

Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair Umar Resigned From His Post

According to the News channel Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair Umar has resigned from his post after victory of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf in General Election 2018 and resignation sent to President of Pakistan Mr. Mamnoon Hussain. He said that according to the constitutional procedure, he played his role and now the President will nominate the governorate governor. Muhammad Zubair Umar took oath as the 32st Governor of Sindh on February 2, 2017.

Muhammad Zubair ruler belonging to Pakistan Muslim League (N) and serving as the head of the Privatization Commission before the governor nominated. After the death of former Governor Justice (R) Saeed al-Zaman Siddiqui, Governor Sindh was named Governor Sindh by Mamoon Hussain. He is the brother of Asad Umar, leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Before that, Muhammad Zubair was chairman of the Privatization Commission appointed by PML-N. Then he was appointed as Governor Sindh last year. Prior to becoming a chairman of the Privatization Commission, he was the Chairman of Investment Board from July 2013 to December 2013. From 2012 to 2013 Muhammad Zubair was the part of Economic, Tax reform and Media committees of Pakistan Muslim League (N).

From 1981 to 2007, Zubair Umar worked in America’s largest IT Company IBM, and here he played important international responsibilities in Paris, Rome, Milan and Dubai during his 26-year career.

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