Iftikhar Ahmad

Iftikhar Ahmad

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Agha Iftikhar Ahmad, ( اغا افتخار احمد; November 30, 1950 — ), is a Pakistani research journalist and an active political activist. He came in first public notice in 1970s when he had served as Media adviser to the Prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. In July 5, 1977, Ahmad, along with many other colleagues and friends of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was shifted and placed in Adiala Jail by General Zia-ul-Haq, then designated Chief Martial Law Administrator and then-Chief of Army Staff. Ahmad started his career in 1980, after his released and joined Jang Media Network and since then, he occupied a senior position in the Network. Ahmad is currently serving as Director of Elections, Investigations, Special Projects, and Research (EISPAR) for the Geo News Network (GNN). Iftikhar Ahmad is also hosting the popular Geo Network's interview show Jawab Deyh (or in English "Answer it!" on Geo TV.

With over 30 years of experience and very extensive research, Iftikhar Ahmad is known for his incisive and aggressive style of journalism.

Early life and education

Born in 1950, Ahmad was educated in Lahore, West-Pakistan. He attended Central Model High School. At there, he became politically active and also managed to defeat his opponent by a large margin in school elections for presidency at Central Model High school and, he achieved this feat while he was still in Grade 8 whereas his opponent came from 10th Grade. Ahmad spent quite some time of his childhood with his...
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