Makhdoom Syed Ahmed Mehmood
|34th Governor of Punjab|
25 December 2012 –13 May 2013
|President||Asif Ali Zardari|
|Prime Minister||Raja Parvez Ashraf|
|Preceded by||Latif Khosa|
|Succeeded by||Mohammad Sarwar|
|Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan|
1990 – 1993 , 1993 – 1996 , 1997 –1999 (NA-195)
|Member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab|
1988–1990 , 2008 –2012
|Punjab Excise & Taxation Minister|
|District Chairman Rahim Yar Khan|
|President of PML-F Punjab Chapter|
2008 –20 December 2012
|President of Pakistan Peoples Party South Punjab|
November 2016 –Present
Syed Ahmed Mehmood
12 September 1961
Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
|Political party||PML-N (1988-1999) , PML-Q (2001-2005) , PML-F (2005-2012) , PPP (2012-Present)|
|Relations||Pir Pagaro Syed Sibghatullah Shah Rashdi III (cousin), Former Prime Minister Pakistan Yusuf Raza Gilani (cousin) , Jahangir Khan Tareen (Not Syed, Brother in Law)|
|Children||Murtaza, Mustafa, Ali and Sakina|
|Residence||Makhdoom House Jamal Din Wali , Rahim Yar Khan Model Town Lahore , Pakistan|
|Profession||Agriculturalist , Business|
Makhdoom Ahmed Mehmood (Urdu : مخدوم احمد محمود) is a prominent Pakistani politician belonging from District Rahim Yar Khan situated in South Punjab. He has been elected to the Punjab and National Assemblies on PML-N and PML-F tickets. In the end of 2012, President Asif Ali Zardari declared him Governor-designate of Punjab.
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| Governor of Punjab |
25 Dec 2012 – 13 May 2013