Past Presidents of P.A.S
1
Sir Ambrose Dundas
ICS
1948-50
2
Mr Akhter Husain
ICS
1950-54
3
Justice Mohd Shahabuddin
ICS
1954-55
4
Mr Mian Bashir Ahmad
ICS
1955-57
5
Mr Aziz Ahmad
ICS
1957-59
6
Justice Malik Rustam Kayani
ICS
1959-62
7
Mr Qamar ul Islam
ICS
1962-66
8
Justice Anwar ul Haq Shaikh
ICS
1966-70
9
Mr Irfan Ahmad Imtiazi
PAS
1970-74
10
Mr Safdar Kazmi
CSP
1985-88*
11
Mr Pervez Ahmad Butt
CSP
1988-93
12
Mr Syed Naseer Ahmad
CSP
1993-96
13
Mr Javed Akram
CSP
1996-2001
14
Mr Hafeez Akhtar Randhawa
CSP
2001-2002
15
Mr Shakeel Durrani
CSP
2002-03[Acting]**
16
Mr Hamayun Farshori
DMG
2003-05
17
Mr Abdul Rauf Chaudhry
DMG
2006-07[Acting]***
18
Mr Ismail Qureshi
DMG
2007-09
19
Mr. Shahid Rafi
DMG
2009-11
20
Mr Mohammad Javed Malik
PAS
2011-13
21
Mr Seerat Asghar Jaura
PAS
2014-16
22
Mohammad Yunus Dagha**
PAS
2016-

* Service Association remained banned during 1974-85.
** Elected SVP but became Acting President when the then CEC removed the President through no confidence
*** Elected SVP but took over as Acting President when the President left Islamabad upon his transfer to Lahore and under the 1990 Charter was not able to hold the position any longer. A Central Office bearer has to be an officer posted in Islamabad.
**** Elected SVP but took over as Acting President when Mr Javed Malik attained superannuation on 6-1-2-13

It may be noticed from above that at least one of the Presidents of the Association has remained the Governor of West Pakistan (Akhter Husain), one as the Governor of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, two as the Chief Justices of united Pakistan (Mr Justice Shaikh Anwaar ul Haq and Mr Justice Mophammad Shahbuddin), one as Chief Justice of the West Pakistan High Court (Mr Justice M. R. Kayani), one as Foreign Minister of Pakistan (Aziz Ahmad), one as top diplomat (Qamar ul Islam), three as Chief Secretaries (Hafeez Randhawa of Punjab, Shakeel Durrani of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Shahid Rafi of Azad Jammu & Kashmir), and all the rest rose to the highest position in the civil service as “Secretary to the (Federal) Government of Pakistan”.