Arif Alvi (عارف علوی) (born 29 August 1949 in Karachi) is a Pakistani politician, dentist and a parliamentarian. Dr. Arif Alvi is the founding member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and was the Secretary-General of the party from 2006 till 22 March 2013 where then succeeded by Parvez Khattak. Dr. Arif Alvi had previously contested the 1997 general elections as a provincial assembly candidate and later again in the 2002 general elections as a National Assembly candidate. In 2013 he won as a Member of the National Assembly of Pakistan from Constituency NA-250 Karachi defeating MQM's candidate Khushbakht Shujaat with 76,305 votes. He has been the original author of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party constitution and is known to write occasionally on a blog titled Teeth Maestro.
Who was the predecessor of ()?
The predecessor of () was Parvez Khattak.
How would () be described?
() would be described as Pakistani dentist, politician, and parliamentarian.
What is the occupation of ()?
() is or was occupied as Dentist.
What is () subject of?
() is subject of University of the Punjab alumni, Pakistani politicians, 1949 births, Living people, Muhajir people, Politicians from Karachi, University of Michigan alumni, University of the Pacific (United States) alumni, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf politicians and Pakistani dentists.
To which party does () belong?
() is member of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
Where was () born?
() was born in Karachi.
How many children has ()?
Awab Alvi, Naima Alvi Bawany, Marhama Ali Shah, Radhia Alvi Sumar.
What is the gender of ()?
() is male.