Hamid Khan Hindi Actor

Hamid Khan was born in Lahore, Pakistan on 16 April 1946. Hamid has played different roles in his professional career, from being a politician to a Supreme Court lawyer to a writer.He holds the appointment of the Senior Vice-President of Pakistan’s top political party Tehreek-e-Insaf (Justice Party). He held the post of the Chairman of PTI. He was also the Chief Election Commissioner of PTI. Khan is married to Gulnaz Khan. They together have four children (three sons and one daughter). As of his ethnic origin, he is a Punjabi Pathan, who has studied law from University of Punjab (Pakistan) and he also studied in Illinois (USA).

In 2013 elections, Hamid Khan, along with the Vice President of PTI, contested the elections.Hamid Khan has had an eventful career. He is the former chairman of Punjab Bar Council. He also held a very reputed position in the Pakistan’s judicial council. He was the president of the Supreme Court Bar Council (2001-03). He is also a member of The Hague Academy of International Law.Hamid Khan is also credited for the formation and initiation of various leading law firms in the state of Pakistan. He established Law firms Cornelius, Lane, and Mufti.Besides being an exceptional politician and a sophisticated lawyer, Khan is also known for his legal writings.

His books have been included in the syllabi of LLB courses of numerous law schools.He is the author of five books which are based on the judicial system. Out of these five, three books are based on Islamic Law of Inheritance (1999), and the other two are based on administrative tribunals for civil servants in Pakistan and principles of administrative law (2013).Other than these, he has also written a book named “Constitution and Political History of Pakistan” (2013), which is taught to LLB students.

Hamid Khan has always remained closely associated with the future lawyers and civil rights workers as he regularly delivers lectures at various academies, universities and law schools.Lawyer Hamid Khan is actively involved in various major political and judicial affairs of the country. One major movement with which Khan was associated was the Lawyer’s Movement, which led to the reinstatement of Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry as the Chief Justice of Pakistan.