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Home Pakistan and Ahmadis An Ahmadi Handles Financial Planning of Pakistan
An Ahmadi Handles Financial Planning of Pakistan

The contribution of Ahmadis in all walks of life of Pakistan is total and complete, one is simply amazed, how this small community of over four millions accomplished so much and gave their best.

A grandson of the founder of the Movement Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad - Mian Muzaffar Ahmad, generally known as M. M. Ahmad nurtured the dream and vision of his uncle.

He is the only scion of the family who demonstrated that the progeny of Ahmad can also also join the workforce.

After having served with great distinction in the province of Panjab, his talent was commandeered by the Government of Pakistan, first as Finance Secretary (during those days one can see his signature on a rupee note) and then in 1965 he became Chairman, Planning Commission of Pakistan, which laid down firm financial grounds.

And then he became the Finance Minister 1970-71 presenting the first balanced budget.

Sartaj Aziz - the current Finance Minister of Pakistan (who once worked as Assistant Director of Information in 1951 in Peshawar) joined the Planning Commission as deputy secretary and learnt nuances of the Finances from Mr. M. M. Ahmad.

The International Monetary Fund, an affiliate of the International World Bank picked him for this International organization.

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