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Member (Energy), Planning Commission of the Government of Pakistan

last modified Jan 16, 2018 03:50 PM
Congratulations Tahawar Hussain, ESD MPhil 15-16
Member (Energy), Planning Commission of the Government of Pakistan

Photo Credit: Hussain

Congratulations to Tahawar who has recently been appointed as Member (Energy), Planning Commission of the Government of Pakistan. He is the youngest person ever to hold this prestigious position since the inception of the Planning Commission in 1952. The Planning Commission is the premier think tank and policy advisor to the Government of Pakistan, and has been entrusted with the task of overall development, planning and policy making of key economic sectors backed by excellence in research and evidence-based planning.

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