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Lieutenant General Raja Saroop Khan (Urdu : راجہ سروپ خان) is a career Pakistan Army officer who served as the Governor of Punjab from 1995 to 1996.
Raja Saroop Khan was commissioned in the 7th PMA Long Course from Pakistan Military Academy in 1953. Later in his military career, he stayed as the Vice-Chief of General Staff (VCGS) at the GHQ, commanded an armoured division, and later served in the GHQ as Military Secretary (MS). He was promoted to lieutenant general in March 1984 and given the command of II Corps at Multan. After retiring from the army in March 1988, he started his political career.
Chaudhry Altaf Hussain
| Governor of Punjab |
1995 – 1996
Khawaja Tariq Rahim
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