Gohar Ayub

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Gohar Ayub Khan - Politics - Speaker of National Assembly
... Gohar Ayub had been long standing member of Pakistan Muslim League and had been elected for five times to the National Assembly from his home constituency ... In 1990-93, Gohar Ayub Khan was appointed as senior vice president of the Pakistan Muslim League, and won the slot for the office of National Assembly ... After successfully contesting the 1990 general elections, Gohar Ayub was appointed as 14th Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan on November 4, 1990, remaining until 1993 ...
Gohar Ayub Khan - Politics - Foreign Affairs and Water and Power Ministry
... After securing a heavy mandate from his constituency, Gohar Ayub was appointed as 20th Minister of Foreign Affairs in 1997 by Prime minister Navaz Sharif ... On 7 August 1998, Gohar Ayub was replaced by economic minister Sartaj Aziz, who put efforts to make peace with India and Pakistan, and was reassigned as Minister for Water and Power and served until he ... Gohar Ayub had strained relations with Nawaz Sharif, therefore leaving the Pakistan Muslim League in 1999 ...
Ayub Khan (Field Marshal) - Legacy - Criticism
... by suggesting that she was assassinated by the Ayub Khan establishment ... Gohar Ayub, it is said led a victory parade right into the heartland of opposition territory in Karachi in a blatantly provocative move and the civil administrations failure to ... Gohar Ayub also faced criticisms during that time on questions of family corruption and cronyism through his business links with his father-in-law retired Lt ...
Gohar Ayub Khan - Early Life and Military Career
... Gohar Ayub Khan was born in the local village in the "Rehana" in subdivision of Haripur District in the British controlled North-West Frontier Province of British Indian Empire, to a military family on January 15, 1937 ... Gohar Ayub Khan is of the Afghan descent and is ethnically a Pashtun (or Pathan) of the Tareen tribe, although a Hindko speaker ... His father, Ayub Khan, was a senior commanding officer in the British Army and later ascended in staff and field operational assignments in Pakistan Army and subsequently ...