Khalid Ibrahim Khan

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Born(1948-11-05)November 5, 1948
Rawalakot, Azad Kashmir
DiedNovember 4, 2018(2018-11-04) (aged 69)
Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani, Kashmiri
Political party Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party
Relations Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan Father Masood Khan Cousin
Residence Islamabad, Pakistan
Profession Politician

Sardar Khalid Ibrahim Khan (died 4 November 2018) was an Azad Kashmiri politician. He was a member of AJK legislative assembly and the President of Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party. [1] He was the son of the founder and first president of Azad Kashmir, Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim Khan. [2] His family belongs to the Sudhan tribe.

Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party

Jammu Kashmir Peoples Party (JKPP) is a political party of the self-governing state, Azad Kashmir located in Pakistan administered Kashmir. The main center of politics of JKPP is Azad Kashmir.

Sudhans is one of the major tribes from the districts of Poonch, Sudhanoti, Bagh and Kotli in Azad Kashmir, allegedly originating from Pashtun areas.



Khan died on 4 November 2018, aged 71 from a brain hemorrhage. [3]

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