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Mehbooba Mufti Height Weight Bra Size Age Biography Family Wiki


Mehbooba Mufti Height Weight Bra Size Age Biography Family Wiki Net Worth, Affairs, Marriage & much more. Mehbooba Mufti (born 22 May 1959) is an Indian politician of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who served as the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir from 4 April 2016 to 19 June 2018. She formed a coalition government with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and resigned on 19 June 2018 after the BJP withdrew from the coalition.

Mufti was the first and the last woman to hold the office of Chief Minister in the state. She is the president of the PDP and was a member of the Indian parliament, representing Anantnag in the 16th Lok Sabha; before she was sworn in as the Chief Minister of J&K. She had previously represented Anantnag in the 14th Lok Sabha (2004–09) but did not contest the 2009 election for the 15th Lok Sabha.

Early Life

She is the daughter of Mufti Mohammad Sayeed, born in 1959 in Akhran Nowpora. She earned her law degree from the University of Kashmir.

Her sister Rubaiya Sayeed was kidnapped and retained in her own house within 8 days of when their father was appointed India’s Home Minister in 1989 and released after a few days in exchange for some terrorists. The release of the terrorists was condemned by the opposition and many hardcore nationalists in India.

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Personal Life

She was married to her grand uncle Javed Iqbal. She has two daughters, Iltija and Irtiqa. Irtiqa works with the Indian High Commission in London and Iltija works in Hindi film industry with her maternal uncle, Mufti Tasaduq.

Mehbooba Mufti Height Weight Bra Size Age Biography Family Wiki

Full NameMehbooba Mufti Sayeed
Nickname“Daddy’s Girl” (in Kashmir)
Political PartyJammu and Kashmir People’s Democratic Party
Political Journey1996: Became an MLA from Bijbehara on an Indian National Congress ticket.
1999: Became Vice-President of the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). The same year she contested the parliamentary elections from Srinagar, where she lost to the sitting member Omar Abdullah.
2002: She again became an M.L.A. from Pahalgam, defeating Rafi Ahmed Mir.
2004: She was elected a Member of Parliament from Anantnag.
2014: She was again elected a Member of Parliament from Anantnag.
2016: On 4 April, she became the 1st woman Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
2018: On 19 June 2018, she resigned from the post of Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir; as the BJP pulled out of the coalition with the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Jammu and Kashmir
Biggest RivalOmar Abdullah
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters– 161 cm
in meters– 1.61 m
in feet inches– 5’ 3”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms– 60 kg
in pounds– 132 lbs
Body Figure32-28-34
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of Birth22 May 1959
Age (as in 2019)60 Years
Birth PlaceBijbehara, Jammu and Kashmir, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signGemini
HometownAnantnag, J&K, India
SchoolNot Known
College/UniversityThe University of Kashmir
Educational QualificationB.A. from the University of Kashmir
LLB from the University of Kashmir
DebutIn 1996, when she was elected a Member of Legislative Assembly of J&K
FamilyFather– Mufti Mohammad Sayeed (Politician)

Mother– Gulshan Ara (Politician)

Brother– Mufti Tasaduq Sayeed (Cinematographer)

Sister– Rubaiyya Sayeed
AddressFair View Gupkar Road, Srinagar- 3, Anantnag, J&K, India
HobbiesReading, Writing, Travelling
Controversies• In 2016, she invited a controversy when she decided to approve compensation for Khalid Muzaffar Wani’s family. Khalid was the brother of slain Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani who was killed by the security forces on 8 July 2016. She said, “Militant Aur Militant Ki Family Mein Hume Farq Karna Padega, Unko Ek hi Nazar Se Nahin Dekh Sakte (We have to differentiate between militants, and their families. (We) cannot look at both in the same manner).” Mufti’s statement was condemned by a majority of political parties including the BJP and the Congress.
• In July 2016, she again fell prey to a controversy by making a statement inside the Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly; in which she quoted, “they [Kashmiri Pandits] can’t return to their original homes in the current atmosphere.” She likened their homecoming to “throwing pigeons among the cats.” Mufti drew a lot of flak from various quarters, for this erroneous “pigeon-cat” analogy.
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusDivorced
Husband/SpouseJaved Iqbal Shah (animal rights activist)
Marriage DateYear 1984
ChildrenSon– None
Daughters– Irtiqa Iqbal (Indian Foreign Service Officer), Iltija Iqbal (Works in Film Industry)
Money Factor
Salary (as J&K Chief Minister)₹1.80 lakh (as in 2017)
Net Worth₹52 lakh (as in 2014)

Political Career

When elections for the state assembly were held in 1996, Mehbooba became one of the most popular members elected from Bijbehara on an Indian National Congress ticket. Her father had returned to the Congress, which he had left in 1987, angry at the alliance that party had formed with its traditional rival in the state, the National Conference. Mehbooba quickly made a mark as the leader of the opposition in the assembly, taking on the government of Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah with asperity.

Mehbooba is one of the few female politicians from Kashmir who is recognized across India. When Mufti Mohammad Sayeed split from the Indian National Congress to form the Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 1999, many thought she would be the party president. She deferred to her father’s experience, however, and became party vice-president.

She resigned her assembly seat and went on to contest the parliamentary elections in 1999 from Srinagar, where she lost to the sitting member Omar Abdullah. She won the Pahalgam seat in the state assembly from South Kashmir, defeating Rafi Ahmed Mir, when assembly elections were held again in 2002. She was elected to the Lok Sabha from Anantnag seat in 2004 and 2014.

After her father’s death in January 2016, when he was heading the coalition government in Jammu and Kashmir, she took forward the same alliance with Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), the second time the BJP and the PDP formed a government in Jammu and Kashmir. On 4 April 2016, she took the oath and became the first woman Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.

On 25 June 2016, she won an Assembly seat in a by-election in Anantnag with the highest margin in any recent elections there and thereafter focussed on settling of Rohingyas and rapidly escalating police cases on Hindu masses.

She again contested 2019 Lok Sabha elections from Anantnag seat but lost it to Hasnain Masoodi of National Conference.


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