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Malik Muhammad Rafique Rajwana
ملک محمد رفیق رجوانہ
|32th Governor of Punjab|
10 May 2015 –18 August 2018
|Prime Minister||Shahid Khaqan Abbassi|
|Preceded by||Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar|
|Succeeded by||Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi (Acting)|
|Pakistan Senator from Punjab|
12 March 2012 –7 May 2015
|President||Asif Ali Zardari|
|Prime Minister||Raja Pervaiz Ashraf|
3 June 1997 –5 July 1999
Muhammad Rafique Rajwana
20 February 1949
Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
|Political party||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Alma mater||Forman Christian College|
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| Governor of Punjab |
07 May 2015