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Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir Khan Aliani

In office
April 27 1973 – December 31 1974
Preceded by Sardar Ataullah Mengal
Succeeded by Governor's rule

2nd time Chief Minister of Balochistan (April 6, 1985)
Preceded by Matial law
Succeeded by Zafarullah Khan Jamali

11th Jam of Lasbela
Preceded by Jam Ghulam Mohammad Khan
Succeeded by Jam Mohammad Yousaf

Born 1922
Lasbela, Balochistan
Political party Pakistan Peoples Party
Residence Jam Pelace Lasbela, Balochistan
Profession Jam of Lasbela, Politician
Religion Sunni Muslim

Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir Khan Aliani (urdu) جام غلام قادرخان عالياني::(Title Of Sir, CIE salute of 9 guns) Jam of Lasbela ,(Urdu: والي رياست لسبيله ) is a title of ruler of State of Las Bela (princely state) in Balochistan of Pakistan.

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Family background

The State of Las Bela was founded in 1742 by Jam Ali Khan I rise of the Aliani family of the Jamot tribe, to which the present Jam of Lasbela belongs. His descendants ruled Las Bela until 1955 when the state became part of West Pakistan.The hereditary rulers of Las Bela were styled as Jam Sahib.

Academic

Jam Mir Ghulam Qadir Khan was educated in the Aitchison Chiefs College, Lahore and succeeded his father Jam Mir Ghulam Muhammad Khan in October 1937.

Political career

Jam Ghulam Qadir Khan was the ex-rulers of the former princely state of the same name Lasbela. and succeeded his father Jam Mir Ghulam Muhammad Khan in October 1937. He was the Last ruler of the former state, had twice served as the Chief minister of Balochistan and also Federal Minister for Health, Pakistan as well as being the Speaker of the Balochistan Provincial Assembly. And also Minister for Auqaf and Jails For West Pakistan.

He was the last ruler of Las Bela as it choose to merge with Pakistan in 1947.

References

The Daily Dawn

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Political offices
Preceded by
Ataullah Mengal
Chief Minister of Balochistan
1973 – 1974
Succeeded by
Governor's rule
Preceded by
Martial law
Chief Minister of Balochistan
1985 – 1988
Succeeded by
Zafarullah Khan Jamali
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