Syed Murad Ali Shah
Government of Sindh
He became a member of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh in 2002 for the first time representing PS-77 Jamshoro-cum-Dadu. He was elected to the Sindh Assembly in 2008 as a member of the Pakistan Peoples Party and was the National Minister for Irrigation in Syed Qaim Ali Shah’s cabinet. In 2013, he was made the national finance minister. In July 2016, Shah was elected to the chief minister’s office.
He was minister for irrigation (Sindh ) and finance minister of Sindh before elevation to the chief minister of Sindh in 2016. Shah was barred from contesting in 2013 despite giving up his Canadian citizenship. After proving to the courts that he did not hold Canadian nationality, Shah was able to run in the election. He was elected to the Sindh Assembly for a third consecutive time. He was subsequently assigned the finance ministry in the provincial cabinet.