Central Consultative Committee 2011

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Aug 232011

Urdu version of the list in PDF format

  • Asfandyar Wali Khan
  • Haji Ghulam Ahmad Bilour
  • Bashir Ahmad Bilour – martyred on Dec. 22nd 2012
  • Haji Mohammad Adeel
  • Baaz Mohammad Khan
  • Syed Aqil Shah
  • Mian Iftikhar Hussain
  • Zahid Khan
  • Mohammad Afzal Khan Lala
  • Afrasiab Khattak
  • Latief Afridi
  • Wajid Ali Khan
  • Naik Amal Khan
  • Zain Mohammad Khan
  • Zahira Khattak
  • Imran Afridi
  • Bushra Gohar
  • Arbab Zahir
  • Haji Rahmanullah
  • Jameela Gilani
  • Mohammad Azam Khan
  • Arbab Ayoub Jan
  • Sitara Imran
  • Ameer Haider Khan Hoti
  • Shai Sayed
  • Abdul Nabi Bangash
  • Tajuddin Khan
  • Shagufta Malik
  • Hussain Ahmad ( Khan Nawab)
  • Ihsan Wayen
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Aug 232011

(Provincial Office bearers)



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 President Afrasiab Khattak Kohat 091-2246851-3


 Senior Vice Baaz Moh’d Khan Bannu 03005763343
 Vice President-1 Naik Amal Khan Malakand 091-2246851-3
 Vice President-2 Haji Zain Moh’d Khan  Sawabi


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Aug 162011

Download Urdu version of party’s Central Committee in PDF format

The Central Executive Committee shall comprise of 15 elected members from
each Unit, besides members of the Central Cabinet. In addition, every President
and Secretary General of each Unit and members of Parliament of the Party shall
be ex-officio members of the Central Executive Committee.
2. In addition to the above, the Central President, in his discretion, shall
nominate 10 members from the Central Council to the Central Executive Committee.

Central Cabinet included Click to read the list



1. Afrasiab Khattak – President

2. Tajuddin Khan – Additional Gen. Sec.

3. Mohammad Afzal Khan Lala

4. Mohammad Azam Khan Hoti

5-Bashir Ahmad Bilour (martyred)

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Sep 172008

Central Information Secretary of Awami National Party Mr.Zahid Khan has said that ANP would continue extending unconditional support to the PPP-led coalition government for the cause of democracy. “At this stage, the country direly needs continuation of democratic system and the ANP will not leave PPP alone, in the time of trial, on any petty issues,” he said while talking to PTV on Wednesday.

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Sep 152008

Due to some unavoidable official engagements, the Chief Minister Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has cancelled his 18 September meeting with members of provincial assembly.

MPAs have been asked not to visit the Chief Minister’s Secretariat on September 18, Thursday, for the purpose.

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Sep 112008

Chief Minister Pakhtunkhwa Ameer Haider Khan Hoti has said that the provincial government after consultations with the Malakand jira will try to implement Shari Nizam-e-Adl (Sharia Regulation) during the current month in Malakand division.

Talking to members of provincial assembly during his weekly meetings with them at his office on Thursday, the Chief Minister said that the issue of wheat and flour crisis will be taken up with the Council of Common Interests (CCI). 

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Aug 232008

Pakhtunkhwa's Chief Minister Ameer Haider Khan Hoti, ANP's Provincial President Mr. Afrasiab Khan Khattak, Provincial General Secretary Tajuddin Khan and Secretary Information Pakhtunkhwa Arbab Mohammad Tahir Khan Khalil have strongly condemned the killing of ANP Swat vice president Muhammad Amin and expressed their deep shock and sorrow over the tragic incident.

The ANP leader Muhammad Amin along with his three friends was shot dead by unknown miscreants in an ambush in Swat on Thursday.

In his condolence messages, they expressed their sympathies with the bereaved family and prayed Allah, the Almighty, to rest the departed souls in eternal peace and award courage to the bereaved families bear the irreparable losses with patience and fortitude.

The Chief Minister directed for early arrests of the culprits behind the heinous crime, saying the killers could not save their necks from the hands of the law.

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