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Secretary General


Personal Information:

Ch Amer Habib was inducted in the Assembly Secretariat as Editor of Debates (BS-17) in 1998. During his career expanding over twenty-five years in the largest legislature of Pakistan, he has served as Estate Officer and then as Editor of Debates. Thereafter, he was assigned the responsibilities to work as Secretary to the Speaker in 2005 and was subsequently, promoted as Deputy Director Proceedings (BS-18) in 2006. Meanwhile, he continued to discharge the responsibility to function as Secretary to the Speaker till his appointment as Deputy Secretary (BS-18) in 2008. He was promoted as Additional Secretary (BS-19) in 2010, later as Special Secretary (BS-20) in 2013 and currently he is functioning as Secretary General.

He has diverse experience of working in almost all the wings of Assembly Secretariat including Proceedings, Estate Office, Administration, Parliamentary Committee, PACs and Legislation etc. He has also attended numerous workshops and seminars on parliamentary affairs.

He successfully completed a course on “Effective and Efficient Management of Parliamentary Committees” organized by Australia Awards Pakistan (Australian Government); held at University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia in 2014.

He has extensively travelled abroad and has visited USA, UK, Australia and KSA.



Director General (Parliamentary Affairs & Research)


Mr Khalid Mahmood holds the degrees of M.A. (English), M.A. (Urdu) and LL.B from University of the Punjab, Lahore and has also completed a course from University of Queensland, Australia. He has a vast experience of serving in the Assembly Secretariat in various wings expanding over a period of three decades. He has been serving in Legislation wing of Punjab Assembly since 2002 and presently functioning as Director General (Parliamentary Affairs & Research).

To his credit are a number of publications of the Assembly Secretariat including ‘Biography of Members’ (2005 & 2010), ‘The Punjab Parliamentarians’ (2007) and ‘Handbook for Members’ (2008 & 2017). He has also authored an article titled “Tracing the History of the Punjab Provincial Assembly” published in 2009 in the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association’ Journal “The Parliamentarian” (published from London, UK). As a permanent member of Editorial Board, he is responsible for updating official website of Punjab Assembly which publishes all the laws applicable in the Punjab.

He has attended numerous workshops, seminars and conferences, which have complemented his service experience. He has also completed a number of training courses including ‘Legislative Research Training’ conducted by PLSP—USAID (Islamabad, 2006), ‘Legislative Drafting for Social Change’ conducted by PLSP—USAID (Islamabad, 2006), ‘Workshop on Rules of Procedure’ conducted by PIPS; and ‘Public Policy and Governance Course’ (MPDD). He has attended national conference, as Presenter, on “Harmonization of Rules of Procedure”, held in Islamabad in March 2016.

His international exposure has also complemented his career development; on invitation from the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, UK, he visited UK for a study tour in March 2014. He has also visited Australia on the invitation of Australian Government to attend a course at University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia in October-November 2014.



Additional Secretary (Legislation)



  • 15 years working experience in different Branches of Provincial Assembly of the Punjab such as Committees, Research as well as Legislation Branch. Supervising Legislation Branch since 2021 as Deputy Secretary (Legislation).
  • Highly driven and detail-oriented professional with a proven track record as Legislative and Research expert. Possessing strong leadership and organizational skills, adept at managing complex legislative projects.


  • Drafted and reviewed legislation proposals, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and aligning with departmental goals and objectives.
  • Collaborated with cross-functional teams to develop and implement legislative strategies, resulting in the successful passage of key bills and policy initiatives.
  • Conducted thorough research and analysis on complex legislative issues, providing strategic guidance and recommendations to senior officials and policymakers.
  • Managing and supervising a team of legislative analysts, coordinating their efforts to track and monitor legislation, prepare briefing materials, and provide timely updates to stakeholders.
  • Presently, he is chief editor of the Punjab Assembly editorial Board and has 3 books and 5 Research papers to his credit.
  • He is also chief Information officer and Administrative focal person of Punjab Assembly for Prime Minister Portal.
  • He has attended many training workshops and seminars.


  • L.L.M. (La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia)
  • Masters in History (University of the Punjab, Lahore)


  • Administration
  • Legislative Analysis
  • Parliamentary Committee


  • Legislative expertise
  • Policy analysis & Research