According to press release and government records we are going to introduce you about the most influencing people of Pakistan. These Pakistanis created a positive image among the people and global community. After conducting a successful interview of famous Pakistanis, research team of Universal Oxford Publications has released the list of Most influencing people of Pakistan.
Most Influencing People of Pakistan List
1. Faisal Edhi
Faisal Edhi is a mots influencing person of Pakistani who operates Edhi Foundation which was founded his father Abdul Sattar Edhi. The foundation runs the world’d largest ambulance network to help poor people, homeless people, animal shelter and Orphanages across Pakistan. It is a non-profit social welfare program.
Faisal Edhi: Pakistani Social Activist
2. Raheel Sharif
Raheel Sharif is the Commander-In-Chief of Islamic Military Alliance. He is a four star rank army general who was retired on 29th November 2016. Sharif is one of the most influencing and popular person of Pakistan due to his critical decisions and strong resolve against terrorism.
Raheel Sharif: Pakistani General
3. Imran Khan
Imran Khan is a former cricketer of Pakistan who was born on 5th October 1952 in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. He is a chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf third largest political party in parliament. Khan founded Tehreek-e-Insaf party in 1996. He is a popular philanthropist and influencing person of Pakistan.
Imran Khan: Prime Minister of Pakistan
4. Nawaz Sarif
Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is a former Prime Minister of Pakistan who was born on 25th December 1949 in Lahore. He is a influencing personality of Pakistan due to his longest serving prime minister. He is also a popular businessman whose net worth is PKR 1.6 billion.
Nawaz Sarif: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan
5. Rizwan Akhtar
Rizwan Akhtar was a three star rank army general who served as Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI). He is popular known as spy master of Pakistan. Akhtar was retired from his post on 8th October 2017. He is popular for fighting with external and internal threats to Pakistan’s existence.
Rizwan Akhtar: General Director of the Inter-Services Intelligence
6. Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri
Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri was born on 19th February 1951 in Jhang, Pakistan. Qadri is a Pakistani Canadian politician and sunni Islamic scholar. He delivered 8,000 lectures on various topics. Qadri was a professor of international constitutional law in University of Punjab.
Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri: Canadian-Pakistani Politician
7. Atif Aslam
Atif Aslam is also a most influencing person of Pakistan who was born on 12th March 1983 in Wazirabad, Punjab, Pakistan. He is a popular singer, songwriter and actor who honoured with various Lux Style Awards. He sung in various languages such as Hindi, Urdu, Punjab and Bengali.
Atif Aslam: Pakistani Singer
8. Shahid Afridi
Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi is a former cricketer and captain of Pakistan cricket team. He is popularly known as Boom Boom Afridi. He is a successful all rounder cricketer in cricket history. Afridi is very popular among his fans due to his aggressive batting style. He is one of the influencing personality of Pakistan who holds the record of fastest ODI century in 37 balls.
Shahid Afridi: Pakistani Cricketer
9. Jahangir Khan Tareen
Jahangir Khan Tareen is famous businessman and politician of Pakistan who was born on 4th July 1953 in Comilla, East Pakistan. He is a popularly known for longest serving of a member in National Assembly of Pakistan from 2002 to 2017. Tareen is a influencing and popular personality of Pakistan due his many professional skills.
Jahangir Khan Tareen: Pakistani Politician
10. General Asim Bajwa
General Asim Bajwa is a three star rank Commander of Southern Command of Pakistan Army and XII Corps since September 2017. He completed his graduation from Command and Staff College in Quetta. Bajwa holds a master degree in war studies from National Defence University, Islamabad. Bajwa manages twitter account and Facebook for updates.
General Asim Bajwa: Three-Star General of the Pakistan Army