Shaikh Din Muhammad

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Sheikh Din Muhammad
2nd Governor of Sindh
In office
4 October 1948 19 November 1949
Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan
Preceded by Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah
Succeeded by Mian Aminuddin

Sheikh Din Muhammad [Note 1] was a Pakistani jurist and politician who served as the 2nd Governor of Sindh after the death of Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah on 4 October, 1948 to 19 November, 1949. Sheikh Din was born in Jhang on 5 June, 1897. [1] [2] [3]


Early life

Sheikh was born in [[Kashmir] to Muhammad Hussain.

Governor of Sindh (1948 1949)

After the death of Sindh's first Governor Al-Haaj Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah, he won election and became the 2nd Governor of Sindh. [4] He resigned on 19 November, 1949, spending only one year as the governor of Sindh. [5]


  1. For seeing list of governors of Sindh See

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