The Minority Affairs Minister of Pakistan Who Was Assassinated in March 2011 - Current Affairs Including General Knowledge


The Minority Affairs Minister of Pakistan who was assassinated in March 2011


  • Salman Taseer 

  • Nawaaz Paintal

  • Shahbaz Batti

  • None



Shahbaz Batti

Explanation: Shahbaz Bhatti, was a Pakistani politician and elected member of the National Assembly from 2008. He was  the first Federal Minister for Minorities Affairs from November 2008 until his assassination on 2 March  2011 in Islamabad

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