He served in a number of senior positions, including secretary of commerce, secretary of finance, and deputy chairman of the Planning Commission. At this point in time in his career, MM Ahmad was arguably the most influential civil servant in Pakistan, with supervisory authority over all three ministries. During MM Ahmad’s service, Pakistan underwent rapid industrialization and growth received appreciation both within Pakistan and amongst the international development community. MM Ahmad’s success was attributable to his ability to assemble a highly capable team of economists, planners and engineers such as the late Dr Mahbub ul Haq, Sartaj Aziz and many others. MM Ahmad’s contribution to the process of economic development in Pakistan was recognized by President Ayub Khan in a presidential address in 1967. In the tenure of General Yahya Khan MM Ahmad was appointed adviser to the new president and given the rank of a federal minister. After retirement from the CSP, MM Ahmad joined the World Bank initially as Executive Director for Pakistan and the Middle East and was elected to become deputy executive secretary of the joint ministerial committee of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund, better known as the Development Committee. He retired from that position in 1984. He was died in 24 July 2004, in the age of 97 at a hospital of Maryland, USA.
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