Syed Murad Ali Shah

Syed Murad Ali Shah (Sindhi: سيد مراد علي شاهه‎) (Urdu: سید مراد على شاه‎) is a Pakistani politician and structural engineer who serves as the 29th Chief Minister of Sindh and a member of the Sindh Assembly.

Shah received his engineering degree from NED University and later received his M.S. from Stanford University in structural engineering football uniform colors. Shah was elected to the Sindh Assembly in 2008 as a member of the Pakistan Peoples Party and served as the provincial Minister for Irrigation under Syed Qaim Ali Shah’s cabinet, and in 2013 was elevated as the provincial finance minister. In July 2016, Shah was elected to the Chief Minister’s Office.

Shah was born in Karachi to Syed Abdullah Ali Shah the former Chief Minister of Sindh. Shah did his Matriculation from Saint Patrick’s High School, Intermediate from D fleece fabric. J. Sindh Government Science College in Karachi and admitted at the engineering programme at the NED University of Engineering and Technology. Shah graduated with B.E. in Civil engineering and was a silver medalist upon his graduation from the NED University of Engineering and Technology. After earning the Quaid-e-Azam scholarship, he went to United States and attended Stanford University in California where he completed his M.Sc. in structural engineering. He completed a second master’s from Stanford University two years later in economic system where again he was on an international scholarship.

From 1986 till 1990, Shah pursued his engineering career with the Government of Pakistan as he served as water engineer at the WAPDA in Lahore, and later went to join the Port Qasim Authority in Karachi. In addition, he also served as city engineer for Hyderabad’s Development Authority before joining the corporate staff he served as an engineer at Wapda, Port Qasim Authority and the Hyderabad Development Authority before joining the Citibank Pakistan. Shah then went on to work for Citibank in Pakistan and in London. He also worked at the Gulf Investment Corporation in Kuwait.

He became member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh in 2002 for the first time from PS-77 Jamshoro-cum-Dadu (Old Dadu III). He served as Minister for Irrigation (Sindh) and Finance Minister of Sindh before elevation to the Chief Minister of Sindh in 2016. Shah was barred from contesting the 2013 despite giving up his Canadian citizenship. After proving to the courts that he did not hold Canadian nationality, Shah was able to run in the election. He was elected to the Sindh Assembly for a third consecutive time. He was subsequently assigned the finance ministry in the provincial cabinet.

Chief Minister of Sindh

Punjab: Shehbaz Sharif (PML N)
Sindh: Syed Murad Ali Shah (PPP)
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa: Pervez Khattak (PTI)
Balochistan: Sanaullah Zehri (PML N)
Gilgit–Baltistan: Hafiz Hafeezur Rehman (PML N))
Azad Kashmir: Farooq Haider Khan (PML N))

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