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Chief Justice of the Federal Shariat Court

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Chief Justice of the Federal Shariat Court

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The Chief Justice heads the Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan. These are the names of the Chief Justices of the Federal Shariat Court of Pakistan, which came into being in 1980.


Temporal Order Name of Chief Justice From To
1 Mr. Justice Salahuddin Ahmad 28 May 1980 31 May 1981
2 Mr. Justice Sheikh Aftab Hussain (acting) 1 June 1981 14 October 1984
3 Mr. Justice Sardar Fakhre Alam (acting) 15 October 1984 7 November 1984
4 Mr. Justice Gul Muhammad Khan 8 November 1984 8 November 1990
5 Mr. Justice Tanzil-ur-Rahman 17 November 1990 16 November 1992
6 Mr. Justice Mir Hazar Khan Khoso 17 November 1992 18 July 1994
7 Mr. Justice Nazir Ahmad Bhatti 19 July 1994 4 January 1997
8 Mr. Justice Mian Mahboob Ahmad 8 January 1997 7 January 2000
9 Mr. Justice Fazal Ilahi Khan 12 January 2000 11 January 2003
10 Mr. Justice Chaudhry Ejaz Yousaf 9 May 2003 8 May 2006
11 Mr. Justice Haziq-ul-Khairi 9 May 2006 4 June 2009
12 Mr. Justice Agha Rafiq Ahmed Khan 5 June 2009 4 June 2014
13 Mr. Justice Sardar Muhammad Raza Khan 5 June 2014 5 December 2014
14 Mr. Justice Fida Muhammad Khan (acting) 12 December 2014 7 March 2015
15 Mr. Justice Riaz Ahmed Khan 7 March 2015

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