Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain


Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain
Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain
Prime Minister of Pakistan
In office
30 June 2004 – 20 August 2004
Preceded by Zafarullah Khan Jamali
Succeeded by Shaukat Aziz
Personal details
Born January 27, 1946 (1946-01-27) (age 65)
Gujrat, British India
Political party Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
Religion Islam

Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain (Urdu: چودھری شجاعت حسین) (born January 27, 1946) is a politician from Pakistan who was the Prime Minister of that country from June 30, 2004 until August 28 2004. He hails from the province of the Punjab, where his cousin Chaudhry Pervez Elahi served as Chief Minister from 2002 to 2007.

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PML(Q) Chairman Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain with Xinjiang Medical University President

Chaudhry Shujaat, a graduate of Forman Christian College University, Lahore, became a member of the federal parliament (Majlis-e-Shoora) in 1981 and until 1985 when he contested in the general election from Gujrat on both the National and Punjab Assemblies seats. After the elections he had to vacate his Punjab Assembly seat in favour of the National Assembly seat he had one and he became a member of the then Prime Minister Muhammad Khan Junejo’s cabinet as the Industries Minister. He served a further 4 terms as a member of the national assembly after being elected (1988, 1990, 1997, 2002). He also acted as the parliamentary party leader of the PML-N in the National Assembly. Over the years he held several portfolios as a Federal Minister including Information and Broadcasting (1986), Industries and Production (1987–1988), Interior (1990–1993), and Interior & Narcotics Control (1997–1999). Chaudhry Shujaat was an active political leader as well, heading the Parliamentary Party of Joint Opposition in the National Assembly from 1988 to 1990. He was President of the Pakistan Muslim League (N) in Punjab from 1997 to 1999, led the Parliamentary Party then called PML-Q beginning in December 2002, was President of the Pakistan Muslim League in January 2003 and was elected President of Pakistan Muslim League on May 12 2004.[citation needed]

On the international scene, he has been named an Honorary Consul General in the Republic of Korea (1982) and was awarded Korea's highest diplomatic award Order of the Diplomatic Service Merit "Ueung-in-Metal" for distinguished services in promoting mutual relations between Pakistan and Republic of Korea.

Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain, then Pakistan's interim Prime Minister, sees off U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, after their July 2004 meeting at the Prime Minister's residence in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Prime minister of Pakistan

After the Nawaz Sharif government was overthrown by General Pervez Musharraf on October 12, 1999, several PML-N dissidents formed a group under Mian Muhammad Azhar's leadership. Earlier, Chaudhry Shujaat did not join any group, but after Nawaz Sharif's exile, he also joined Mian Azhar and formed the Pakistan Muslim League (Q) in March 2001. In the general election of October 2002, Chaudhry Shujaat was elected to the National Assembly. He has also been elected unopposed for three years in a row as president of the PML (Q), which was Pakistan's ruling party from 2006 to 2008.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Mian Zahid Sarfraz
Interior Minister of Pakistan
9 November, 1990 - 18 July, 1993
Succeeded by
Fateh Khan Bandial
Preceded by
Omar Khan Affridi
2nd term
25 February, 1997 - 12 October, 1999
Succeeded by
Lt. Gen. (Retd) Moinuddin Haider
Preceded by
Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali
Prime Minister of Pakistan
30 June, 2004 - 20 August 2004
Succeeded by
Shaukat Aziz
Party political offices
Preceded by
Mian Muhammad Azhar
President of the Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
2002 - present
Succeeded by
Incumbent

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