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Miangul Adnan Aurangzeb
Born Miangul Adnan Aurangzeb
Residence Swat valley, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Ethnicity Pashtun
Citizenship Pakistan
Education Electrical Engineering (B.S.)
Alma mater Northeastern University, United States
Employer ChinesePakistani Hydropower Consortium
Known for Politician
Humanitarian
Spouse(s) Zainab Ayub Khan

Miangul Adnan Aurangzeb is the heir apparent to the pretendership of the former Swat. He is the son of Miangul Aurangzeb and grandson of Miangul Jahan Zeb the last royal ruler of Swat.

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Education

He graduated from Aitchison College, an elite Pakistani secondary school. He is a professional electrical engineer who studied in the United States at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He has served in the Pakistani parliament as a member of parliament in 2004 till 2008. He is married to his cousin Zainab Ayub Khan, the daughter of Capt. Gohar Ayub Khan and granddaughter of President of Pakistan Field Marshal Ayub Khan.

Humanatarian Service

He and his wife Zainab are currently active in assistance to refugees near Islamabad from the states which were under his grandfather's dominion: Swat, Buner and Shangla. There are also efforts by the family in assistance to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees and the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement with fundraising and delivery.

Career as an Electrical Engineer

Miangul Adnan Aurangzeb is currently working towards the construction of the Kohala Dam in Kashmir with a ChinesePakistani consortium. The consortium has expressed interest in bidding for the development of windfarms in the family's former dominion.

Economic and Social Development

There are also plans to promote the area as a textile production center; the area produces silk and has workshops finishing pashmina woolen shawls, curtains and blankets. There are now ongoing discussions for the creation of a Royal Swat Institute for Alternative Dispute Resolution and a system of Lok Adalat to assist in the relief of the backlog in the Swat civil administrations courts.

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