Ex-guardian head Sardar Balakh Sher Mazari dies

A document photograph of for­mer guardian prime mi­­nister Sardar Mir Balakh Sher Khan Mazari. — Picture through Facebook

  • DERA GHAZI KHAN: For­mer guardian prime mi­­nister and head of the Mazari clan, Sardar Mir Balakh Sher Khan Mazari died on Friday. He was 94.

He was under treatment at a confidential wellbeing office in Lahore for the beyond couple of months. He was brought into the world in 1928 in Kot Karam and learned at Aitchison School, Lahore.

Mir Balakh Sher was among those clan leaders who, in 1951-52, marked the addition of nine ancestral domains of Baloch clans dwelling in the Koh-I-Sulaiman range, with Punjab.

In 1993, he was delegated overseer top state leader after the excusal of Nawaz Sharif-drove government by then president Ghulam Ishaq Khan. Nonetheless, his residency finished soon as the High Court disavowed the official request, and reestablished Nawaz Sharif.

He was tumandar and head of Mazari clan situated on the tristate region between Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan.

Mir Balakh Sher was the 22nd sardar and seventh Mir of the Mazari clan.

His child Riyaz Mazari and grandson Dost Muhammad Mazari, previous appointee spea­ker of Punjab Gathering, are dynamic in public and common parliamentary legislative issues.

His sibling, the late Sher Baz Mazari was likewise a legislator and scholarly of liberal direction.

In the interim, Prime Minis­ter Shehbaz Sharif expres­sed sadness and distress over Mir Balakh Sher’s destruction.

In a proclamation, he said Mr Mazari’s administrations for the nation would be reme­m­bered from here onward, indefinitely. May Allah rest the depar­ted soul in timeless harmony and award boldness to the dispossessed family to bear the misfortune with strength, he said.

Distributed in The Okara Times , November fifth, 2022

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