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Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar (Urdu: محمد سرور‎; born 18 August 1952) is a Pakistani senator and former British Member of Parliament who served as Governor of Punjab, from 2 August 2013 until his resignation on 29 January 2015. Sarwar is currently affiliated with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. and now is PTI's Punjab Organiser.

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  • Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar (Urdu: محمد سرور‎; born 18 August 1952) is a Pakistani senator and former British Member of Parliament who served as Governor of Punjab, from 2 August 2013 until his resignation on 29 January 2015. Sarwar is currently affiliated with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. and now is PTI's Punjab Organiser.
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  • Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar (Urdu: محمد سرور‎; born 18 August 1952) is a Pakistani senator and former British Member of Parliament who served as Governor of Punjab, from 2 August 2013 until his resignation on 29 January 2015. Sarwar is currently affiliated with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf. and now is PTI's Punjab Organiser. He previously served as a member of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.Born in Faisalabad, Sarwar moved to Scotland in the early-1970s where he emerged as a successful businessman operating a chain of cash and carry stores which helped him build an estimated personal worth of £16,000,000. Sarwar served as Labour Member of Parliament for Glasgow Central from 1997-2010 and retired from UK politics in 2010. During his tenure at Westminster, Sarwar served on the Scottish Affairs Select Committee, and his youngest son Anas Sarwar served as MP for the same constituency from 2010-2015. He holds the status as the first Muslim to sit in the British parliament.He renounced his UK citizenship in August 2013 following confirmation for a largely ceremonial position of governorship representing the conservative Pakistan Muslim League (N). He resigned from the position on 29 January 2015 days after criticising the government's foreign policy. He announced his defection to the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf on 10 February 2015. On 3rd March 2018, he was elected as a Senator from Punjab.
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  • محمد سرور
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  • Labour (UK)
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  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
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  • Perveen Sarwar
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