List of Chief Ministers of Punjab (Pakistan)

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Chief Minister of Punjab
Coat of arms of Punjab.svg
Incumbent
Sardar Usman Buzdar

since 19 August 2018
Style His Excellency
Inaugural holder Nawab Iftikhar Hussain Khan Mamdot
Formation 15 August 1947

The Chief Minister of Punjab (Urdu: وزیر اعلیٰ پنجاب) is elected by the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab and serves as the head of the provincial government in Punjab, Pakistan. The current Chief Minister is Sardar Usman Buzdar, who won the Chief minister elections after being nominated by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Key

     Unionist Party (Punjab)
     Pakistan Muslim League
     Pakistan Peoples Party
     Islami Jamhoori Ittehad
     Pakistan Muslim League (J)
     Pakistan Muslim League (N)
     Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
     Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf


List of Premiers of Punjab (pre-partition)

Name
(birth–death)
Portrait Party Term of office Elections
(Assembly)
Appointed by (Governor)
1 Sikandar Hayat Khan
(1892–1942)
SikanderHayatKhan.jpg Unionist Party (Punjab) 1937 1942 ~ 5 years 1937 Herbert William Emerson
Henry Duffield Craik
Bertrand Glancy
2 Khizar Hayat Khan Tiwana
(1900–1975)
Khizar Hayat Tiwana.jpg Unionist Party (Punjab) 26 December
1942
2 March
1947
4 years, 66 days 1937
1946
Bertrand Glancy
Evan Meredith Jenkins

List of Chief Ministers of Punjab

Name
(birth–death)
Portrait Party[a] Term of office
1 Nawab Iftikhar Hussain Khan Mamdot[1]
(1906–1969)
Muslim League 15 August
1947
25 January
1949
1 year, 163 days
Governor's rule
25 January 1949 to 5 April 1951
2 Mian Mumtaz Daultana[1]
(1916–1995)
Muslim League 15 April
1951
3 April
1953
1 year, 353 days
3 Sir Feroz Khan Noon[2][1]
(1893–1970)
Malik Feroz Khan Noon.jpg Muslim League 3 April
1953
21 May
1955
2 years, 48 days
4 Abdul Hamid Khan Dasti[1]
(1895–)
Muslim League 21 May
1955
14 October
1955
146 days
Part of West Pakistan province
14 October 1955 to 30 June 1970
Martial Law
1 July 1970 to 2 May 1972
5 Malik Meraj Khalid[1]
(1915–2003)
Pakistan Peoples Party 2 May
1972
12 November
1973
1 year, 194 days
6 Ghulam Mustafa Khar[1]
(1937-)
- Pakistan Peoples Party 12 November
1973
15 March
1974
123 days
7 Hanif Ramay[1]
(1930–2006)
- Pakistan Peoples Party 15 March
1974
15 July
1975
1 year, 122 days
8 Sadiq Hussain Qureshi[1]
(1927–2000)
- Pakistan Peoples Party 15 July
1975
5 July
1977
1 year, 355 days
Martial law
5 July 1977 to 9 April 1985
9 Mian Nawaz Shareef[1]
(1949-)
PrimeMinisterNawazSharif.jpg Islami Jamhoori Ittehad 9 April
1985
6 August
1990
5 years, 119 days
10 Ghulam Haider Wyne[1][3][4][5]
(1940-)
Ghulam Haider Wyne By Tariq Imran.jpg Islami Jamhoori Ittehad 6 August
1990
25 April
1993
2 years, 262 days
11 Manzoor Wattoo[1][3][6][7] Wattoo.jpg Pakistan Muslim League 25 April
1993
18 July
1993
84 days
- Manzoor Elahi[1] (caretaker) - 18 July
1993
20 October
1993
94 days
12 Manzoor Wattoo[1][3][6][7] Wattoo.jpg Pakistan Muslim League (J) 20 October
1993
13 September
1995
1 year, 328 days
13 Sardar Muhammad Arif Nakai[1]
(died 2000)
- Pakistan Muslim League (J) 13 September
1995
3 November
1996
1 year, 51 days
14 Manzoor Wattoo[1][3][6][7] Wattoo.jpg Pakistan Muslim League (J) 3 November
1996
16 November
1996
13 days
- Mian Muhammad Afzal Hayat[1] (caretaker) - 16 November
1996
20 February
1997
96 days
15 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif[8][1]
(1951-)
Chief Minister of the Punjab (8047057165) (cropped).jpg Pakistan Muslim League (N) 20 February
1997
12 October
1999
2 years, 234 days
Governor's rule
12 October 1999 to 23 November 2003
16 Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi[1][9][10]
(1945-)
- Pakistan Muslim League (Q) 29 November
2002
18 November
2007
4 years, 354 days
- Sheikh Ejaz Nisar[11][12] (caretaker) - 18 November
2007
11 April
2008
145 days
17 Dost Muhammad Khosa[13][14][1]
(1973-)
Pakistan Muslim League (N) 11 April
2008
8 June
2008
58 days
18 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif[8]
(1951-)
Chief Minister of the Punjab (8047057165) (cropped).jpg Pakistan Muslim League (N) 8 June
2008
25 February
2009
262 days
Governor's rule
25 February 2009 to 30 March 2009
18 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif[8]
(1951-)
Chief Minister of the Punjab (8047057165) (cropped).jpg Pakistan Muslim League (N) 30 March
2009
26 March
2013
3 years, 361 days
- Najam Sethi[15][16] (Caretaker) 26 March
2013
7 June
2013
73 days
19 Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif[17][18]
(1951-)
Chief Minister of the Punjab (8047057165) (cropped).jpg Pakistan Muslim League (N) 23 June
2013
7 June
2018
4 years, 349 days
- Hasan Askari Rizvi[19][20][21]

(caretaker)

- 8 June
2018
19 August
2018
130 days
20 Sardar Usman Buzdar[22]
Usman-Ahmed-Khan-Buzdar-1024-123.jpg
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf 19 August
2018
Incumbent

See also

Notes

  1. ^ This column only names the chief minister's party

References

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External links

  • Government of Punjab, Pakistan
  • Punjab Assembly Website
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