Hina Rabbani Khar (Politician) Biography, Personal Life, Physical Statistics, Education, Luxuries, Income & More
Hina is a Pakistani politician who served as 26th Foreign Minister of Pakistan from February 2011 until march 2013. Appointed at age 33, she was the youngest person and the first woman to have held the position. She is a member of an influential feudal family in Multan.
Name: Hina Rabbani Khar
Nickname: Not known
Profession: Pakistani stateswoman
DOB: November 19, 1977
Birth Place: Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Home Town: Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Home Address: 18/B, Nisar Road, Lahore Cantt, 140-A, Defence Housing Authority Lahore Rabbani Farm, Khar Garbi. Distt. Mozzafargarh, Pakistan.
Best Friends: Not Known
Hobbies: Reading and Travelling.
Debut Work: In 2002, when she was elected member to tha national assembly from the NA-177 (Muzaffargarh-II) constituency in Punjab.
Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party
Height: 168 centimetres
Weight: 55 kilograms
Body: Not Known
Hair Color: Black
Marital Status: Married
Husband: Firoze Gulzar
BF: Not Known
Kids: Dina Gulzar, Annaya Gulzar
Father: Ghulam Noor Rabbani Khar
Mother: Sumaira Rabani Khar
Brother/Sister: Not Applicable
School: Not Known.
College (Graduation): Lahore University of Management Science, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
College (Post-Graduation): University of Massachusets at Amherst in the United States
Educational Qualification: B.Sc. (with honors) in economics, M.Sc. in business management
Cars: Not known
Bikes: Not Known
House: Various properties in Pakistan
Salary: Not known
Net Income: 13.37 million Pakistani rupees (estimate)
Film: Not Known
Actor: Not Known
Actress: Not Known
Song: Not Known
More Information and Facts about Hina Rabbani Khar
- She was born to a feudal Muslim Jat Family of khar clan in Multan, Punjab province of Pakistan.
- She entered into the main-stream of politics in the year 2002, when she was elected member of the National Assembly of Pakistan.
- She successfully presented the 2010 federal budget in the Parliament of Pakistan.
- On 19 July 2011, she became the youngest and the 1st female minister of foreign affair of Pakistan.
- In 2002, she was elected member of national assembly.
- In 2004, she was appointed minister of state for economic affair in the Shaukat Aziz Government.
- In 2005, she became deputy minister of economic affair.
- In 2008, she was appointed minister of state for finance & economic affair in the cabinet of yousaf raza gilani.
- In 2011, she was appointed minister of state for foreign affair in the Gilani’s cabinet.