Abdul Rahim Chaudhry was a politician from the village of Maingri, Shakargarh Tehsil of Narowal District in Punjab, Pakistan.Chaudhry was a member of the First Punjab Legislative Assembly from April 5, 1937 to March 19, 1945. He served in the Second Punjab Legislative Assembly from May 7, 1951 to October 14, 1955. Chaundry also served in the Provincial Assembly of West Pakistan Fifth Assembly from June 9, 1962, to June 8, 1965.
Chaudhry was given the title of Khan Bahdur under the British Rule.Chaudhry's son Chaudhry Idrees Taj was a member of Majlis-e-Shura in Zia-ul-Haq Cabinet, while his other son Chaudhry Ishfaq Taj remained a member of the National Assembly NA-91 for two terms first from 1990–1993, then 1993-1997
Saqib Idrees Taj, son of Chaudhry Idrees Taj and grandson of Chaudhry Abdul Rahim, is a politician and holds a position in the Central Executive Committee of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.