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Pakistani Politician
Born: April 1, 1955 (age 66 years), Multan, Pakistan
Parents: Akhtar Abdur Rahman
Party: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Profession: Actuary
Siblings: Ghazi Akhtar Khan, Haroon Akhtar Khan, Akbar Akhtar Khan
Education: University of Manitoba (1977), University of Waterloo, Government College University Lahore (GCUL)

Humayun Akhtar Khan is a Pakistani politician, business tycoon, and Actuary.

He has been elected as a member of the National Assembly four consecutive times between 1990–2007, having served as Federal Minister for Trade and Commerce from 2002–2007 and as Chairman Board of Investment from 1997–1999.

His father General Akhtar Abdur Rehman headed the ISI from 1979–1987, eventually going on to become Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of the Pakistan Armed Forces, while his brother Senator Haroon Akhtar Khan served as Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Revenue from 2015–2018.

Humayun is the Chairman of Akhtar Fuiou Technologies and Institute for Policy Reform and owns one of the largest conglomerates in Pakistan, comprising Tandlianwala Sugar Mills Group, Zamand Steel, Superior Textile Mill, and Lotte Akhtar Beverages (PepsiCo Franchise).

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Humayun Akhtar Khan 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Humayun Akhtar Khan was born on April 1, 1955 to a family of an army officer. His father General Akhtar Abdur Rehman served as the Chairman of the Pakistani Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Director General of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI) in the 1980s.

He got his primary education from Army Burn Hall College, Abbottabad and secondary education from Saint Mary’s Academy, Rawalpindi.

He holds a bachelors degree in science from Government College, Lahore and a master’s degree in Actuarial Science and Business Administration from University of Canada.

After his father’s sudden demise in a plane crash that also killed former military ruler General Zia ul Haq and his top leadership on August 17, 1988, Humayun decided to return to Pakistan and enter politics.

His three brothers followed suit and started businesses in Pakistan.

Humayun joined the fray of electoral politics in 1990 on the platform of the Islami Jamhoor Ittehad (IJI). He was given a ticket to contest from NA-92 Lahore, a constituency that had traditionally been a PPP stronghold.

He won the election by margin of approximately 14000 votes against PPP’s Rafiq Ahmed Sheikh.

He became part of the PML-N under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif after it broke away from the IJI.

In 1993 elections, Humayun contested election from NA-93 against PPP stalward Aitzaz Ahsan and defeated him in the constituency that was once known as the Larkana of Lahore for the PPP.

In July 2018, Humayun Akhtar joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. Having served as a Member of the National Assembly several times from all of the areas comprising NA-131, he led PTI Chairman Imran Khan’s campaign in the constituency and played an integral role in helping him defeat Khawaja Saad Rafique by a narrow margin of over 600 votes.

After Imran Khan decided to keep his MNA seat from Mianwali, Humayun Akhtar was declared PTI’s candidate for the by-election from NA-131. In the by-election, he was defeated by Khawaja Saad Rafique, who received 60,476 votes vs 51,329 received by Humayun Akhtar.