Pakistani’s are not the richest in the world but a number of Pakistan origin people are in the list of billionaires in the world. Shahid Khan who was born in Lahore is one of the richest men in the USA. While Sir Mohammed Anwar Pervez is a Pakistani-born British billionaire businessman, he is the founder and chairman of Bestway Group.

List of Richest Pakistani’s

Here is a list of richest Pakistani’s have generate most of their wealth from within Pakistan, from textile industry, property and construction, hotels and also agriculture etc.

German IT Company SAP to set up software development house in Pakistan

Mian Muhammad Mansha

Mian Muhammad Mansha is a millionaire businessman from Pakistan who has most of his business inside Pakista. Nishat Group, a worldwide corporation based in Lahore, was founded by him, and he serves as its CEO. Mansha and some of his close relatives are some of the wealthiest and highest tax-paying citizens in Pakistan.

Mansha’s family had moved from Punjab to Kolkata, Bengal, in the 1930s. The family moved back to Pakistan’s Punjab after British India was divided in 1947. The Nishat Textile Mills, which later evolved from the cotton ginning company begun by Mian Muhammad Mansha’s father.

Pakistani origin Sajjad Khan, Chief Technology Officer at Mercedes Benz to join Porsche

Mansha was born into a prosperous family in Faisalabad. He attended Sacred Heart Convent in Faisalabad for his early education before enrolling at Hendon College in London for his further business administration courses.

Sadruddin Hashwani

Sadruddin Hashwani was born into a Sindhi Khoja Shia Muslim household in Karachi, Sind Province, British India. After completing his studies at the University of Karachi, Hashwani and his brother AHSAN IQBAL YOUSUFZAI started the Hassan Ali Company in 1960. It had grown to be Pakistan’s largest cotton trading enterprise by the 1970s. But in 1973, the business was nationalized.

He opened the first Holiday Inn hotel in 1978, first in Karachi and then in Islamabad. In the 1990s, both hotels underwent a Marriott brand conversion. Hashwani successfully bid for the bulk of Pakistan Services Limited’s shares in 1985. At the time, Pakistan Services Limited operated four Inter-Continental Hotels, which were later renamed Pearl-Continental Hotels.

Asif Ali Zardari

Political figure Asif Ali Zardari, who was co-chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party before becoming president of the party’s parliamentarians, was born on July 26, 1955, in Pakistan. He was Pakistan’s first president born after Partition and the country’s 11th president between 2008 and 2013. He is the widower of Benazir Bhutto, the twice-elected former prime minister of Pakistan. Since August 2018, he has served in Pakistan’s National Assembly.

Pakistan-origin scientist recognized as Intel Inventor of the year

The son of Sindhi landowner Hakim Ali Zardari, Zardari gained notoriety after his 1987 marriage to Benazir Bhutto, who went on to win the 1988 election and become Pakistan’s Prime Minister.

In the Zardari family, Zardari was born on July 26, 1955, in Karachi, Sindh. He is a member of the Sindhi-speaking Zardari tribe and is of Baloch descent. He is the lone child of Bilquis Sultana Zardari and tribal ruler and wealthy landowner Hakim Ali Zardari. His mother was the granddaughter of the famous Sindhi educator and founder of the Sindh Madressatul Islam, Hassan Ali Effendi, while his paternal grandmother was of Iraqi ancestry.

Malik Riaz Hussain

Malik Riaz Hussain, a business entrepreneur from Pakistan who was born on February 8th, 1954, founded Bahria Town, the biggest privately held real estate development firm in Asia and Pakistan.

In Rawalpindi, Riaz began his job as a clerk for a construction firm. In the 1980s, Riaz relocated to work as a contractor, and in 1995, Riaz’s construction firm Hussain Global signed a contract to build a gated community for Pakistan Navy with the charity trust known as Bahria Foundation. Riaz received a court letter from the Navy’s Bahria Foundation ordering him to stop referring to his company’s building projects as “Bahria,” but he continued to expand Bahria Town Rawalpindi, giving bungalows and mansions as gifts to influential individuals and army generals.

(Visited 15 times, 1 visits today)

By hachitm

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *