Habib Ibrahim Rahimtoola
- Military VIP Cemetery, Karachi
- BA LLB. Bombay Govt Law College
- Public Service
- Zubeida Sultan Chinoy 1917–2015
Born in 1912 Bombay
- This picture was taken at wedding reception of Yusuf Chinoy and Zarina Rahimtoola sometime early second half of the 1930s in Bombay. Prince Aly Khan was in the attendance. Picture Details Back Row [Left to Right] Akbar Chinoy, unidentified, Habib Chinoy, Habib Rahimtoola, Mohammed Hussain Chinoy, Sir Rahimtoola Chinoy, Fazal Rahimtoola, Aziz Chinoy Front Row [Left to Right] Mahomed Ali Jinnah, Lady Doreen Brabourne, Governor Lord Brabourne, Sir Ibrahim Rahimtoola, Nur Muhammad Chinoy, Yusuf Chinoy, Prince Aly Khan, unidentified, Zain Ali Reza
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02 July 2016, 11:22 HABIB IBRAHIM RAHIMTOOLA
The Late Mr. Habib Ibrahim Rahimtoola at the request of Quaid-e-Azam, was Founder of the Muslim Chamber of Commerce & Industries, New Delhi 1947-48, President of the Bombay Muslim Students Union 1946-47-48,
Senior Nominee of the Quaid-e-Azam to the Government of India Food Delegation to the UK and USA and represented the Muslim League as Deputy Leader.
Nominee of the Quaid-e-Azam Muslim League as Alternate Leader, Government of India Delegation to International Trade and Employment Conference (GATT) Geneva 1947.
The Quaid appointed Mr. Habib Ibrahim Rahimtoola to receive the Independence of Pakistan, formally, from the British Government and he had the Honor of unfurling the Pakistan Flag for the first time in its history abroad on 14th August 1947.
He was also Pakistan’s Ambassador to France
He was also Governor of Sindh Province 1953-54,
Governor of the Punjab Province 1954,
Federal Minister for Commerce in the Central Government 1954-55,
Federal Minister for Commerce & Industries, Central Government 1955-56.
Chairman, Pakistan Red Cross 1971-72.
Represented Pakistan Internationally at many Delegations at the Leader of that delegation .
The Government of Pakistan just issued a Commemorative Stamp in his Honor on The occasion of Pakistan’s 55th Anniversary Independence Day Celebrations on 14th August 2002. ( “ Tehreek-e-Pakistan key Mujahid “ ) - photo below .
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