|Abdul Kadir Shaikh|
|13th Governor of Sindh|
|In Governing office|
6 July 1977 –17 September 1978
|Died|| March 27, 2008 82) (aged|
Abdul Kadir Shaikh (Urdu : عبد القادر شیخ) (1926–2008) was a Pakistani politician who was the 13th governor of Sindh from 6 July 1977 to 17 September 1978. He was born in 1926 and died on 27 March 2008.
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Shaikh was born in 1926 in Pano Akil.
He died on 27 March 2008 following catching Disease Illness.
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