Azhar Qazi Mashwani

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Azhar Qazi Mashwani
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Born (1991-05-19) May 19, 1991 (age 33)
Mansehra, Pakistan
  • Politician
  • Social media activist

Azhar Qazi Mashwani (1991-05-19) May 19, 1991 (age 33) is a Pakistani politician and social media activist. He currently serves as the Focal Person on Digital Media for the Office of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan.[1]

Early Life and Education

Mashwani was born in a remote village in Mansehra, Pakistan. He completed his Matriculation in Mansehra and obtained his FSc from Lahore. He pursued his graduation from Punjab University, Lahore, and holds a Certificate in Accounting and Finance (CAF) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. [2]

Mashwani's career in digital media and politics includes:

Digital Media:

- Office of the former Prime Minister of Pakistan (Apr 2022 – Present): Mashwani leads one of the largest and most dynamic social media teams globally, overseeing Pakistan's most followed social media accounts and ensuring effective communication of the party's narrative.

- Government of Punjab, Pakistan (July 2022 – Jan 2023): Mashwani served as the Media Coordinator to the Chief Minister of Punjab, liaising with journalists and developing marketing campaigns for the government.

- Government of Punjab, Pakistan (Feb 2019 – Apr 2022): As the Focal Person on Digital Media to the Chief Minister, Mashwani managed official digital media accounts, led communication during the COVID-19 pandemic, and launched the "Reforming Punjab" volunteer network. [3][4]

Accountancy, Audit & Taxation:

- Russel Bedford International (Chartered Accountants), Pakistan (Mar 2016 – Feb 2020): Mashwani supervised statutory audits and internal audits for various industries.


  1. "Ex-PM Khan demands immediate release of social media adviser 'abducted' from Lahore". Arab News. 2023-03-24. Retrieved 2024-03-16.
  2. "PTI's social media head Azhar Mashwani arrested". Dunya News. 2023-03-24. Retrieved 2024-03-19.
  3. "Azhar Mashwani refutes reports of adding dupattas, caps to school uniforms in Punjab". 2022-01-18. Retrieved 2024-03-19.
  4. "PTI's social media head Azhar Mashwani arrested". Dunya News. 2023-03-24. Retrieved 2024-03-20.

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