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    Posted July 21, 2014 by
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    Malik Amjad Ali Noon

     
    Malik Amjad Ali Noon, son of Malik Anwer Ali Noon, was born in June 1954 in Lahore, Pakistan. He got his early education from the prestigious Aitcheson College and his Bachelors from the FC College Lahore. He has studied the Law and has attended in his capacity as a member of the District Government, the National Institute of Public Administration (NIPA), Lahore, and the National Defence College, IslamAbad. Malik Amjad Ali Noon enjoys popularity in the area because of years of active, progressive political involvement that has largely benefited the poor. The District Sargodha with a population of three million residents came under his jurisdiction, where he served after a record highest mandate in the 2001 elections, as the Zila Nazim (District Governor). Under his tenure the education, health and general administration greatly benefited from policies of transparency, meritocracy and fair play. He also served as Chairman of State Cement Corporation of Pakistan Limited from 1994 to 1998. He has also served as Chief Excutive, Cement Research & Development Institute, Lahore; Director, Board of Expert Advisory Cell; Director Board National Fertilizer Corporation; Chairman of the Finance Committee of Pak-Arab Fertilizer, as well as Member, Board of Governors, Aitcheson College and Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). At the age of 34, Malik Amjad Ali Noon was the youngest High Commissioner of Pakistan to Kenya. He was also Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary of Pakistan to Rwanda, Ethiophia and Uganda under the [PPP] government of Banazir Bhutto (1989-90). He was also the permanent representative at the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and HABITAT (World Shelter Programme). Mr Noon also as the distinction of serving as the youngest member of the Majlis-e-Shurah (the Federal Council, Government of Pakistan) under the government of General Zia-ul-Haq. Malik Amjad Ali Noon and his father Malik Anwer Ali Noon mostly live in their hometown village Ali Pur Noon. The Noon Family has 27 villages in Tehsil [Bhalwal]: Nur Pur Noon, Sultan Pur Noon and Sardar Pur Noon, among others. Malik Feroz Khan Noon ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan was also a prominent member of the Noon Family.
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