Syed Qaim Ali Shah is the current Chief Minister of Sindh. He is a prominent Sindhi politician of Pakistan affiliated with Pakistan Peoples Party and the current Chief Minister of Sindh. He was a close confidante of party founder Zulfiqar ali Bhutto and of Chairperson PPP, late Benazir Bhutto. He is a member of the Sindh Provincial assembly.
Currently he is the President of the Pakistan Peoples Party of Sindh, a province which forms the core strength of the PPP and is besides the home province of Benazir Bhutto. Qaim ali Shah served first term as Chief Minister of Sindh from 2 December 1988 to 25 February 1990.
He contests elections from the Khairpur constituency from where he has won six times. He lost only once in 1997, to Syed Ghaus ali Shah. He was subsequently elected to the Senate of Pakistan.