Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari

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Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari
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BornApril 18, 1936
Bajara, Taluka of Sehwan Sharif, District Jamshoro/Dadu, Sindh, Pakistan
EducationSt. Mary's School, Sukkur; Islamia College, Sukkur; Islamia College, Karachi
Notable work
Advocacy for Sindhi rights

Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari (born April 18, 1936) was a prominent Pakistani politician and a fervent advocate for the rights of the Sindhi people. He was born into a distinguished Syed family in the village of Bajara, located in the Taluka of Sehwan Sharif, District Jamshoro/Dadu, Sindh.

As the 7th Chieftain of his family, he received his primary education in Bajara, matriculated from St. Mary's School in Sukkur, graduated from Islamia College in Sukkur, and obtained his LL.B degree from Islamia College in Karachi.

Following his LL.B, Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari actively engaged in politics alongside Sain G.M Syed and Syed Amir Hyder Shah. In 1964, he contested in the BD system elections, emerging victorious against Mr. Abdullah Shah, who later became the Chief Minister of Sindh. Notably, he was elected unopposed as the Chairman of UC Jhangara in Taluka Sehwan during his tenure as Chairman, leaving a significant mark in the history of UC through his remarkable contributions.

Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari also played an active role in the Presidential Election between Fatima Jinnah and Ayub Khan and was among the electoral college members who supported Fatima Jinnah. In 1969, he joined hands with the Awami League (Mujeeb Fraction) and visited East Pakistan as part of a delegation from Sindh, which included Qazi Faiz Mohammad, Imdad Muhammad Shah, and Soomar Thebo.

Throughout his life, Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari tirelessly advocated for the rights of Sindhi people who were often treated as second-class citizens, leaving an indelible mark on the political and social landscape of Sindh.


Syed Naseer Muhammad Shah Lakyari's legacy is marked by his unwavering dedication to advancing the rights of Sindhi people and his significant contributions to Sindh's political history.


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