Let me tell you about Shaukat Lalika, a Pakistani politician who was the Minister for Zakat and Ushr in the Punjab state government from 2018 to 2022. He was a Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) member.
He was born in Bahawalnagar, Punjab, Pakistan, on January 1, 1961. He was raised on a farm and learned about farming when he was young.
He started getting active in politics when he was young, and in 1983, he was elected as a Councillor. He later worked as the District Naib Nazim of Bahawalnagar and on the Zila Council of Bahawalnagar.
He was voted four times to the Punjab Provincial Assembly, and from 2018 to 2022, he was the Minister for Zakat and Usher.
He did a lot for the people of Bahawalnagar, like building roads and bridges, improving education and health care, and fighting for the rights of farmers and workers.
Here are some of his achievements:
- He played a key role in the construction of several roads and bridges in Bahawalnagar.
- He helped to improve the education and healthcare facilities in the district.
- He was a strong advocate for the rights of farmers and laborers.
His death was a big loss for the people of Bahawalnagar and Punjab because he was a well-liked and respected leader.
|Date of birth||January 1, 1961|
|Place of birth||Bahawalnagar, Punjab, Pakistan|
|Party||Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)|
|Political positions||Minister for Zakat & Ushr in the Punjab provincial government (2018-2022)|
|Other positions||Councillor (1983-1990), Member of the Zila Council Bahawalnagar (1986-1990), District Naib Nazim of Bahawalnagar (2000-2005)|
|Achievements||Played a big part in building roads and bridges in Bahawalnagar, helped make the district’s schools and hospitals better, and fought hard for the rights of farmers and workers.|
|Death||September 8, 2023|