Lt. General Moin-ud-Din Haider got commission in the Pakistan Army in 1962 and served at various command and staff appointments. He did his Masters in Defence Studies from Royal College of Defence Studies, Seaford House, UK, and has the distinction of being the first Pakistani to get his thesis published in Seaford House Papers. With a rich experience of 35 years service in the army, Lt. General Moin-ud-Din Haider was appointed the Governor of Sindh in 1997. He was the Federal Minister of Interior and Narcotics Control from 1999 to 2002. He did lot of work on police reforms during his time as Minister for Interior. He has travelled widely and has been the driving force behind many philanthropist and educational organizations. His interests range from education and social uplift to literature and health. He is keen to see police transformed into an instrument of law.