Sindh's new sports minister is in the news for being the 'Sardar of Swag'

Newly inducted into the Sindh cabinet and given charge of the sports portfolio, Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar is making news for possibly being the minister with the most swag — and that's having fought off competition from Burberry-toting colleagues like Sharmila Farooqi.

FP Staff August 10, 2016 17:56:18 IST
Sindh's new sports minister is in the news for being the 'Sardar of Swag'

You've heard about the 'Sultan of Swing'. But have you heard about the 'Sardar of Swag'?

Not yet? Allow us to introduce you...

to Sardar Muhammad Bux Khan Mahar.

Newly inducted into the Sindh cabinet and given charge of the sports portfolio, Mahar is making news for possibly being the minister with the most swag — and that's having fought off competition from Burberry-toting colleagues like Sharmila Farooqi.

Just how has Mahar been granted the label 'Ministry of Swag'?

Pakistan's Dawn.com has some reasons.

Among them are:

1. Mahar's two titles

Sardar? That's Chief Sardar to you, son. On social media accounts that haven't been verified as his (and are probably run by fans), the 28-year-old, father-of-two goes by this moniker. The Facebook and Instagram accounts are like a "fabulous life of..." documentation, including photos from Mahar's meetings with other bureaucrats and officials, of him sitting around, of his luxury vehicle(s), and his designer suits.

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

If it's written in cake icing, it's got to be true

2. His dapper threads

Bond (yes, James) couldn't hold a candle to Mahar's dapper suits. Even when he plays it casual.

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

And that's the way you wear a suit

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

'This suit? Just something I had lying in my wardrobe forever'

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

I do casual, but I don't *really* do casual, you know?

3. His propensity for throne-like seating

Because what says 'boss' better than a throne, right?

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

Exhibit A

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

That's B

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

And C

4. His garage full of luxury rides

Mahar's rides need no pimpin'. We bet the Fast and Furious bunch would like to get their hands on one of these babies.

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

It goes faster than a speeding bullet

 

#SGM villa house✌ A photo posted by chief sardar mohammad bux khan (@mahar_sardar) on

5. His fan following

Yes, they write things like "King of Mahar" on his photos and then share those on social media.

We rest our case.

Sindhs new sports minister is in the news for being the Sardar of Swag

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