Sardar Ahmad Ali Khan Drishak was born on January 1, 1979 in one of the respectable families of Rajanpur District. His paternal grandfather, Sardar Nasrullah Khan Drishak, a sitting MPA from PP-249 has served as Member Punjab Assembly successively for five terms from 1972-93 and held portfolios of different ministries. His father, Sardar Nawazish Ali Khan is the Chief (Jumundar) of Drishak tribe, who took decision of moving to neighbour District, Dera Ghazi Khan in late 1980’s for the better health and education of his children. Sardar Ahmad Ali Khan started his political career at the age of twenty five. The young blood introduced new style of politics in Dera Ghazi Khan District, where he had no family support because Dera Ghazi Khan was not his home district. He worked hard in the field of politics in Dera Ghazi Khan, where he had direct competition with two other local tribal chiefs. He contested his first election for the membership of Punjab Assembly in May 2013 but could not succeed. An agriculturist, who later contested and won by-elections, held on August 22, 2013 against the seat vacated by Sirdar Zulfiqar Khan Khosa who opted to remain Senator.