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President  Asif Ali Zardari
Party  Pakistan Peoples Party
Name  Farhatullah Babar
Residence  Islamabad, Pakistan

Majority  Pakistan Peoples Party
Role  Pakistani statesman
Cabinet  Cabinet of Pakistan
Nationality  Pakistan
Education  University of Peshawar
Fields  Chemical Engineering
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Preceded by  Major-General Rashid Qureshi
Full Name  Farhatullah Baber
Similar People  Raza Rabbani, Mushahid Hussain Syed, Farooq Naek, Babar Awan, Naseerullah Babar

Political party  Pakistan Peoples Party
Prime Minister  Yousaf Raza Gillani

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Farhatullah Babar (Urdu: فرحت اللہ بابر ‎) is a Pakistani technocrat, left-wing politician, Chemical engineer, and former press secretary of the former President Asif Zardari.

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Prior to this appointment, Babar was the senator of Pakistan Peoples Party for the Senate from 2003 till 2006; he earned public limelight after giving criticism to the government Prime minister Shaukat Aziz and President Pervez Musharraf. He is also an influential engineering figure and previously served as the President of Pakistan Engineering Council for a decade, known for improving the engineering practices in the country.

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Education

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n Chemical Engineering in 1965, and followed by his ME in Chemical engineering, in 1967, from University of Engineering and Technology of Peshawar. In 1981, he did a one-year-long course in French Language and received a diploma in 1981.

Baber as engineer

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After graduation from UET Peshawar in engineering, Babar joined the engineering he Pakistani scientist that they would have to defend themselves in any eventuality which becomes too hot to handle for the government."

Petitions for disqualification

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On 17 September 2007, Benazir Bhutto accused Pervez Musharraf's allies of pushing Pakistan to crisis by refusal to restore democracy and share power. A nine-member panel of Supreme Court judges deliberated on 6 petitions (including Jamaat-e-Islami's, Pakistan's largest Islamic group) for disqualification of Musharraf as presidential candidate. Bhutto stated that her party may join other opposition groups, including Nawaz Sharif's. Attorney General of Pakistan Malik Mohammed Qayyum stated that, pendente lite, the Election Commission was "reluctant" to announce the schedule for the presidential vote. Bhutto's party's Farhatullah Babar stated that the Constitution could bar Musharraf from being elected again because he holds the army chief's post. "As Gen. Musharraf is disqualified from contesting for President, he has prevailed upon the Election Commission to arbitrarily and illegally tamper with the Constitution of Pakistan."


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