Pakistani Politicians Who Got Married People From Other Nationalities

Pakistani Politicians Who Got Married To Non Muslim Or Non Pakistani Girls

Beghum Rana Liaqaut Ali Khan

Sheila Irene Pant was born in Almora, now in Uttarakhand, India, to a Kumaoni Christian family. Her father, Daniel Pant, served in the United Provinces Secretariat. Of Kumaoni Brahmin (a high caste of Hindus) heritage, the Pant family was a relatively recent convert to Christianity in 1871.

Sheila Irene Pant attended the University of Lucknow, where she gained Double First Class Honours BA in Economic and BT in Religion studies in 1927. Later, she obtained double MSc in Economics and Sociology with Honors in 1929.[5] She began her career as a teacher in the Gokhale Memorial School after completing the Teachers Diploma Course from the Diocesan College, Calcutta. After her master’s degree, Pant was appointed as Professor of Economics in the Indraprastha College, of Delhi in 1931.[5] Pant met Liaqat Ali Khan when he came there to deliver a lecture on Law and Justice at the Indraprastha College in 1931.In December 1932, she converted to Islam and married Liaqat Ali Khan. upon marriage she changed her name from Sheila Irene Pant to Begum Ra’ana Liaqat Ali Khan



Nahid Mirza


President Skindar Mirza was married to Nahid Afgham. Nahid Afgham who become Nahid Mirza after getting married to Skindar Mirza was basically Iranian woman.

According to Pakistani historians “Iskander Mirza lived in exile in London, England, until his death. It is reported that Mirza struggled financially while living in London trying to run a small Pakistan cuisine hotel. Here he lived in poverty until his death. His only regular income was an annual pension of £3,000 as a former military officer and president. People like the Ispahanis, Ardeshir Zahedi, the ambassador and later Foreign Minister of Iran, the Shah of Iran, Lord Inchcape, Lord Hume and other heads of European governments made his life in exile tolerable. At the London hospital where he died, he once said to his wife, Nahid: “We cannot afford medical treatment, so just let me die.

One more interesting thing i want to tell you that Nahid was cousin of Bhutto’s wife Nusrat and both were Iranians.

Victoria Rikhy  to Viqar-un-Nisa

Victoria Rikhy (also known as Begum Viqar-un-Nisa or ‘’’Lady Noon’; 1920–2000) was the Spouse of the Prime Minister of Pakistan from 1957 to 1958. By profession, she was a social worker. She married 7th Pakistani Prime Minister Sir Feroz Khan Noon in 1945 and also participated in the Pakistan Movement. Viqar was an Austrian by birth and origin, and was born as Victoria in July 1920


Nusrat Bhutto


Nusrat Bhutto ‬‎, born Nusrat Ispahani; 23 March 1929 – 23 October 2011) was an Iranian-Kurdish public figure who served as Spouse of the Prime Minister of Pakistan between 1971 until the 1977 coup, and as a senior member of the federal cabinet between 1988 and 1990.

Born in Isfahan to a family of Kurdish descent, the family had settled in Bombay before moving to Karachi after the Partition of India. Ispahani joined a paramilitary women’s force in 1950, but left a year later when she married Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. She moved to Oxfordshire with her husband who then was pursuing his legal education. She returned to Pakistan alongside Bhutto who went on to serve as the Foreign Minister. After her husband founded Pakistan Peoples Party, Ispahani worked to lead party’s women’s wing.[1]

After Bhutto was elected as the Prime Minister in 1971, Ispahani became the First Lady of Pakistan and remained so until her husband’s removal in 1977. She immediately succeeded her husband as the leader of the Peoples Party, and, while under house arrest, fought an unsuccessful legal battle to prevent her husband’s execution. After Bhutto’s execution, Ispahani, along with her children, went into exile to London, from where in 1981 she co-founded the Movement for the Restoration of Democracy, a nonviolent opposition to Zia’s regime.She died on 23 October 2011.


Vera Alexandrovna Tiscenko

Vera Alexandrovna Tiscenko was a Russian actress of Polish descent and member of the Moscow Art Theatre. Vera was wife of former Pakistani Prime Minister Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy, who was a Bengali politician and a lawyer who served as the fifth Prime Minister of Pakistan, appointed in this capacity on 12 September 1956 until resigning on 17 October 195.



Ghinwa Bhutto


Ghinwa Bhutto born (Ghinwa Itoui) is a Pakistani politician and the widow of Murtaza Bhutto. She is also the sister-in-law of the late Benazir Bhutto. She is of Lebanese-Syrian and second wife of Murtaza Bhutto and stepmother of Fatima Bhutto.

Murtaza Bhutto and his daughter Fatima spent time in exile in Syria, where Murtaza first met Ghinwa. Ghinwa had fled from the Lebanese Civil War back home and migrated to Syria, where she used to give ballet classes in the basement of a church. Fatima was one of her students. Murtaza and Ghinwa would later marry in 1989.


Jemima Goldsmith

Jemima Khan is a writer and TV producer. … Jemima was born in London on January 30, 1974, to tycoon Sir James Goldsmith and Lady Annabel Vane Tempest Stewart. … Her studies finished prematurely in 1995, when Jemima met and then married Imran Khan, a dashing Oxford-educated cricketer. Imran Khan’s nine-year marriage to Jemima ended back in 2005.