حنا ربّانی کھر 1977میں ملتان میں جنم لینے والی پاکستان کی پہلی خاتون رکن قومی اسمبلی ہیں جنہوں نے 2009-2010 قومی بجٹ پیش کیا۔ حنا رشتہ میں غلام مصطفے کھر کی بھانجی ہے۔
تعلیمی پس منظر
آپ نے 1999 میں لاہور یونیورسٹی آف مینجمنٹ سائنسز سے معاشیات میں گریجویشن کیا اور 2001 میں ے ایم بی اے کی سند حاصل کی،
سیاسی پس منظر
آپ نے 2002 کے انتخابات میں مسلم لیگ (ق) کے ٹکٹ پر حصہ لے کر رکن پارلیمان منتخب ہوئیں۔ 2008 کے انتخابات میں آپ نے پاکستان پیپلز پارٹی کے ٹکٹ پر مظفّر گڑھ کی قومی اسمبلی کی نشت پر کامیابی حاصل کی،
شاہ محمود قریشی کے فروری 2011ء میں استعفی کے چھ ماہ بعد جولائی 2011ء میں گیلانی نے حنا کو وزیر خارجہ مقرر کیا۔
Hina Rabbani Khar (Urdu: حناربانی کھر; born 19 November 1977) is a Pakistani stateswoman and economist and was the former 26th Foreign Minister of Pakistan. Hailing from a powerful feudal family, she began her political career in 2002 in the government of Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and subsequently served in the Finance Ministry and Foreign Ministry as Minister of State. After successfully contesting the 2008 general election, she served again in the Finance Ministry and directed policies concerning the national economy in the absence of the then Finance Minister in 2009.
She was appointed the first female Foreign Minister in July 2011 following the resignation of Mehmood Qureshi. Since 2008, she has been a senior and high-ranking member of the Central Executive Committee, and is widely regarded as one of the highest ranking women in Pakistani politics.
Hina Rabbani Khar came to national prominence in the national political arena through Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz in 2004, who appointed her to the Finance Ministry. In 2005, she was elevated to the position of deputy minister of economic affairs under Shaukat Aziz. As deputy minister, she dealt extensively with the donor community during the 2005 earthquake that hit Northern Pakistan. In 2007, she made an unsuccessful attempt to renew her alliance with PML-Q, but the party denied her a ticket platform to campaign for re-election in 2008. She was later invited by the senior members of the Pakistan Peoples Party and successfully campaigned for her constituency for a second time.
Minister of State for Economic Affairs
Khar came to prominence during the Shaukat Aziz government and was appointed Minister of State for Economic Affairs in 2004, a post she retained until 2007. In 2008, after successfully defending her constituency, she was appointed Minister of State for Finance and Economic Affairs in the cabinet of Yousaf Raza Gillani. She worked on the financial budget and economic policies in the absence of the then Finance Minister and on 13 June 2009 she successfully presented the 2010 federal budget in the Parliament and has the distinction of being the first woman politician to present the Pakistani budget in the National Assembly.
Khar was appointed as Minister of State for Foreign Affairs—the deputy head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs—on 11 February 2011, as part of Gillani's cabinet reshuffle. the genocide it had carried out during the Liberation War of 1971. Khar reiterated that Pakistan had regretted its 1971 actions on different occasions since 1974 and called for the two countries to move ahead together. She urged Moni and the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina, to bury the past.
On 21 January 2012, Khar secretly left for Moscow with an agenda of strengthening bilateral relations. During her short visit to Bangladesh on 9 November 2012, Khar was approached by the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh Dipu Moni to settle pending post-independence issues, emphasizing especially an unconditional apology from Pakistan for