Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhry of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, who represents Bhara Kahu in the national assembly.

Dr. Tariq Fazal Chaudhary son of Chaudhary Fazal Dad was born in Islamabad on 6th July 1969. His ancestors were an old settler of present day capital, Islamabad, for the last many generations. He belongs to village Sihana, now part of Chak Shahzad.

Early life and Education
Dr. Tariq completed his early education up to matric from F G Model School F-8/3, Islamabad, and intermediate in pre-medical from F G Sir Syed College, Mall Road, Rawalpindi. He joined Rawalpindi Medical College and studied there from 1988 to 1993. He did his house job in RGH hospital and worked as a house officer with renowned surgeon, Dr. Musaddiq Khan. He managed his own private hospital in Satellite Town, Rawalpindi for three years and afterwards decided to appear in the CSS exam. Although he passed CSS exam in 1996, but he opted not to pursue his career as a civil servant.

Dr. Tariq has been an avid player of football and was part of Rawalpindi Medical College football team. He is also fond of hunting and likes to hunt partridges and ducks and for that purpose he is also keeping pointer dogs.

Political Background:
His family shares the ideology of Muslim League for the last three generations, from the time of his grand father Haji Sikandar. Therefore he took part in the general elections held in October 2002, on the ticket of PMLn but defeated by Senator Nayyar Hussain Bokhari advocate of PPPP.

In 2004 he got elected president of PMLN, federal capital, Islamabad. He also became the member of central working committee (CWC) as well as central parliamentary board of PMLN. In 2005 he helped PMLN to establish its Central Head office at his residence in F-8, Islamabad. He had the honour to host all the ARD and APC meetings in Islamabad during the last two years.

He took an active part in the movement for the restoration of judiciary. In 2008 general elections PMLN decided to award NA ticket from NA-49, Islamabad. He is the first ever Member of Parliament in his family.