Muhammad Mansha Ullah Butt

PP-123 (Sialkot-III)

Assembly Tenure: 2013-2018 (16th Assembly)

  • Position(s) Held
  • Minister: Local Government & Community Development
    Member: Planning & Development , Committee on Government Assurances
  • Academic Qualifications
  • BA
  • Profession(s)
  • Businessperson
  • Party Affiliation
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz)
    (See other MPAs of this party)
  • Email
  • Father's/Husband's Name
  • Muhammad Abdullah Butt
  • Marital Status
  • Married
  • Children
  • 5
  • Date of Birth
  • 30th June 1939
  • Place of Birth
  • Sialkot
  • Religion
  • Islam
  • Took oath on
  • 2nd September 2013

Personal Career & Interests

Mr Muhammad Mansha Ullah Butt son of Mr Muhammad Abdullah Butt was born on June 30, 1939 at Sialkot and is a graduate. He served as Member, Provincial Assembly of the Punjab for three consecutive terms during 1990- 93, 1993-96 and 1997-99; and also functioned as Parliamentary Secretary for Labour during 1990-93; as Political Secretary to Chief Minister during 1997-99; and Special Assistant to Chief Minister during 2009-13. A businessman, who has returned to Punjab Assembly for the fourth term in bye-elections held on August 22, 2013 against the seat vacated by Khawja Muhammad Asif, who had won both National and Provincial seats and had opted for NA seat. He is serving as Minister for Local Government & Community Development. He visited China in 1992 as a Member of official delegation of the Punjab Assembly.

Permanent Contact

  1. Abdullah Manzil, Arazi Yaqoob Imam Sahib Road, Sialkot.

052-3554047 (Resident), 4588047 (Resident), 0300-8710334 (Mobile)

Previous Official Positions

Official Body Post Duration
Provincial Assembly of the Punjab MPA / Parliamentary Secretary for Labour 1990-1993
Provincial Assembly of the Punjab MPA 1993-1996
Provincial Assembly of the Punjab MPA, Political Secretary to CM Punjab 1997-1999
Chief Minister, Punjab Special Assistant 2009-13

Visits to other countries

Country Purpose of Visit Duration
China Official Delegation 1992
Saudi Arabia Umrah