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Nurpur Noon

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Country  Pakistan
District  Sargodha
Province  Punjab
Nurpur Noon

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Nurpur Noon is a village in Sargodha District, Punjab, Pakistan. Nurpur Noon is inhabited by over 8,000 people mostly of the Noon subcaste of Jatts. Nurpur Noon has produced some prominent political figures in the past, such as Malik Mohammad Hayat Noon and his son, Sir Malik Feroz Khan Noon who served in the Viceroy's Council of India before independence and later, after the creation of Pakistan, remained the country's Foreign Minister and then Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1958. This political legacy was carried on by his son Malik Nur Hayat Noon, who served as Federal Minister in several successive governments. Later Malik Feroz Khan Noon's grandson Malik Adnan Hayat Noon served as an MNA of that area after completing his education from Aitchison College and then also studying abroad in Millfield School and Buckingham. When he was elected he was the youngest ever elected MNA. His sons Malik Saif Ullah Khan Noon and Malik Taimur Hayat Noon also spend most of their time emulating their forefathers hard work in the area by supporting various social and charitable causes.


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