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Deputy  Faisal Karim Kundi
Name  Fahmida Mirza
Siblings  Kazi Asad Abid
Party  Pakistan Peoples Party

Succeeded by  Sardar Ayaz Sadiq
Spouse  Zulfiqar Mirza (m. 1982)
Role  Member of Parliament
Children  Hasnain Mirza
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Born  20 December 1956 (age 58)Hyderabad, Pakistan (1956-12-20)
Relations  Zafar Hussain Mirza (father-in-law)
Parents  Qazi Abdul Majeed Abid (father)
Education  Liaquat University of Medical Health Sciences
Similar People  Zulfiqar Mirza, Saulat Mirza, Ayyan, Kazi Asad Abid, Faryal Talpur

Preceded by  Chaudhry Amir Hussain
Political party  Pakistan Peoples Party

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Fahmida Mirza (Urdu: فہمیدہ مرزا‎; born 20 December 1956) is a Pakistani politician who is currently a member of the National Assembly of Pakistan, belonging to the Pakistan Peoples Party. She served as the 18th List of Speaker of the National Assembly of Pakistan.

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Early life and education

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Mirza was born on 20 December 1956 in Karachi to Qazi Abdul Majeed Abid. She belongs to an influential political family of Sindh. Mirza is married to Zulfiqar Mirza. She has two sons and two daughters.

Mirza did her schooling from St Mary’s Convent in Hyderabad in 1972. She is a medical graduate and did her MBBS from Liaquat Medical College in Jamshoro in 1982. She is an agriculturist and businesswoman by profession. She was chief executive of a Karachi based advertising company and the chief executive officer of the Mirza Sugar Mills.

Political career

Mirza joined PPP in 1997 and was elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in Pakistani general election, 1997 from NA-225 Badin. She was re-elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in Pakistani general election, 2002 from NA-225 Badin. Mirza was re-elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in Pakistani general election, 2008 from NA-225 Badin. In March 2008, she became the 18th speaker of the National Assembly and first woman to hold this office.

She was re-elected to the National Assembly of Pakistan in Pakistani general election, 2013 from NA-225 Badin.

References

Fahmida Mirza Wikipedia