Sheikh Muhammad Tahir Rasheed

Sheikh Muhammad Tahir Rasheed

Sheikh Muhammad Tahir Rasheed, also known as Tahir Rashid, Urdu: شيخ محمد طاہر رشيد‎, (born in Multan) is a Pakistani politician who is affiliated with Pakistan Muslim League (N). He was previously Member of National Assembly of Pakistan (MNA) (1993–1996, 1997–1999) and Member of Provincial Assembly (MPA) (1990–1993). He was also the Central Vice President of the Pakistan Muslim League.

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