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Monday, December 31, 2012

list of Prime Ministers of Pakistan

Symbol Meaning
A Caretaker Prime Minister
PML dagger Pakistan Muslim League
AL Up-arrow Awami League
RP + Republican Party
PPP Section-sign Pakistan Peoples Party
NPP down-arrow National Peoples Party
PML (N) double-dagger Pakistan Muslim League (N)
PML (Q) $ Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
INDT * Independent
Post abolished Hash-tag Position abolished/vacant

Prime Ministers

No. Portrait Name
(Birth–death)
Took office Left office Elections
(National Assembly)
Political party
(Alliance)
Note(s) Ref(s)
1 A black-and-white head and shoulder shoot of a man with spetacles, wearing coat and a tie. Liaquat Ali Khan
(1896–1951)
14 August 1947 16 October 1951
(assassinated)
Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Indo-Pakistani War of 1947 and Balochistan conflict: faced a war with India on Kashmir conflict in 1947–48 and the Balochistan conflict.[16][17] Five-year plan: initiated science and technology, development of educational infrastructure, and economic policies.[18] Objectives Resolution: presented a prelude to future constitutions in the Constituent Assembly.[19] [20][21][22]
2 A black-and-white head ean shoulder shoot of a man wearing coat and Jinnah cap. Khawaja Nazimuddin
(1894–1964)
17 October 1951 17 April 1953 Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Nazimuddin became Prime Minister of Pakistan after the assassination of Liaquat Ali Khan in 1951. The Bengali Language Movement, a political movement, rose in East Bengal during his term.[23] [24]
3 A black-and-white head ean shoulder shoot of a man wearing white shirt and a black tie. Muhammad Ali Bogra
(1909–1963)
17 April 1953 12 August 1955 Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Relatively unknown personality to Pakistani politics, Bogra replaced Khwaja Nazimuddin as a Prime Minister. He introduced a form of constitution, bicameral legislature, known as "Bogra Formula".[25] [26]
4 Chaudhry Muhammad Ali
(1905–1980)
12 August 1955 12 September 1956 Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Ali merged the four provinces of West Pakistan into One Unit.[27] His greatest achievement was the formation of a new constitution for Pakistan.[28] [29]
5 A black-and-white head and shoulder shoot of a man. Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy
(1892–1963)
12 September 1956 17 October 1957 Awami League AL Up-arrow Suhrawardy established the Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission.[30][31] [32]
6 A man in spetacles, wearing coat ant tie. Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar
(1898–1968)
17 October 1957 16 December 1957 Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Chundrigar was appointed by Iskander Mirza after the resignation of Suhrawardy. [33]
7 Feroz Khan Noon
(1893–1970)
16 December 1957 7 October 1958 Republican Party RP + Noon was elected as the seventh Prime Minister of Pakistan.[34] He was dismissed during the 1958 Pakistani coup d'état.[5] [34]
Post abolished (7 October 1958 – 7 December 1971) Hash-tag
8 Nurul Amin
(1893–1974)
7 December 1971 20 December 1971 7 December 1970 Pakistan Muslim League PML dagger Amin was appointed by Yahya Khan as the eighth Prime Minister of Pakistan, he was also the first and the only Vice President of Pakistan from 1970 to 1972, leading Pakistan in Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. [6]
Post abolished (20 December 1971 – 14 August 1973) Hash-tag
9 A man during a conversation. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
(1928–1979)
14 August 1973 5 July 1977 14 August 1973 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign The founder of Pakistan's atomic bomb programme, and Father of Nuclear deterrence programme.[35] He made the constitution of Pakistan in 1973,[36] introduced land and agriculture reforms, and socialist economics policies.[37] He was deposed in the 1977 Pakistani coup d'état by General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq in July 1977.[7] [38][39]
Post abolished (5 July 1977 – 24 March 1985) Hash-tag
10 Muhammad Khan Junejo
(1932–1993)
24 March 1985 29 May 1988 28 February 1985 Independent
(Pakistan Muslim League)
INDT * Junejo was elected as also tenth Prime Minister of Pakistan in non-party based elections in 1985.[40] [8]
Post abolished (24 March 1985 – 2 December 1988) Hash-tag
11 A head and shoulder shoot of a woman in triditional Pakistani dress. Benazir Bhutto
(1953–2007)
2 December 1988 6 August 1990 16 November 1988 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign Bhutto became the first woman in Pakistan to head a major political party, in 1988. Six years later, she became the first woman elected to lead a Muslim state.[41] [21][42]
A Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi
(1931–2009)
6 August 1990 6 November 1990 National Peoples Party NPP down-arrow Jatoi was appointed by President Ghulam Ishaq Khan as a Caretaker Prime Minister. [43]
12 A head and shoulder shoot of a man from the left. Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
6 November 1990 18 April 1993 24 October 1990 Pakistan Muslim League (N) PML (N) Section-sign Sharif was elected as the 12th Prime Minister of Pakistan on 1 November 1990.[44] Sharif launched privatisation and economic liberalisation to elevate the national economy, and strengthened the private-sector of the country.[45] [46]
A Balakh Sher Mazari
(1928–2011)
18 April 1993 26 May 1993 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign Appointed by the President Khan as a Caretaker Prime Minister, Mazari's term ended when the Supreme Court overturned the Presidential order and restored Sharif's Government. [47]
(12) A head and shoulder shoot of a man from the left. Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
26 May 1993 18 July 1993 24 October 1990 Pakistan Muslim League (N) PML (N) double-dagger Sharif survived a serious constitutional crisis when President Khan attempted to dismiss him under article 58-2b, in April 1993, but he successfully challenged the decision in the Supreme Court.[45] Sharif resigned from the post negotiating a settlement that resulted in the removal of President as well, in July 1993.[48] [46]
A Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi
(1930– )
18 July 1993 19 October 1993 Independent INDT * After Sharif's resignation in July 1993, Qureshi was appointed as the Caretaker Prime Minister. [49]
(11) A head and shoulder shoot of a man from the left. Benazir Bhutto
(1953–2007)
19 October 1993 5 November 1996 6 October 1993 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign Bhutto was re-elected for a second term, in 1993. She survived an attempted coup d'état in 1995, and stubbornness and authoritative actions earned her the nickname "Iron Lady" of the country.[50] [21][51]
A Malik Meraj Khalid
(1916–2003)
5 November 1996 17 February 1997 Independent INDT * Khalid was appointed as a Caretaker Prime Minister after the dismissal of Bhutto's Government in November 1993. [52][53]
(12) A head and shoulder shoot of a man from the left. Nawaz Sharif
(1949– )
17 February 1997 12 October 1999 3 February 1997 Pakistan Muslim League (N) PML (N) double-dagger Sharif was re-elected as Prime Minister the exclusive mandate from all over the Pakistan for a non-consecutive second term, in February 1997.[11][54] He notably ordered Pakistan's first nuclear tests in response to India's second nuclear tests, in May 1998.[55][56] Sharif's Government was deposed by General Pervez Musharraf in October 1999, and the Martial law was imposed in the entire country.[12][57] [58]
Post abolished (12 October 1999 – 21 November 2002) Hash-tag
13 A beard man sitting in an office. Zafarullah Khan Jamali
(1944– )
21 November 2002 26 June 2004 10 October 2002 Pakistan Muslim League (Q) PML (Q) $ Jamali was elected as the Prime Minister of Pakistan in November 2002. He continued the foreign and economic policies of Pervez Musharraf but could not complete his term and resigned from the post in June 2004. [13]
14 Two men with an award in their hands and a woman with a camera in her hand.
(right)
Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain
(1946– )
30 June 2004 20 August 2004 10 October 2002 Pakistan Muslim League (Q) PML (Q) $ Shujaat was elected as a Prime Minister after the resignation of Jamali in June 2004. [59]
15 A head and shoulder shoot of a man wearing a coat and tie. Shaukat Aziz
(1949– )
20 August 2004 16 November 2007 10 October 2002 Pakistan Muslim League (Q) PML (Q) $ Aziz took the office of Prime Minister of Pakistan in August 2004. He survived an assassination attempt in the small town of Fateh Jang, in the previous month.[60] Aziz left the office at the end of the parliamentary term, in November 2007, and became the first Prime Minister of Pakistan who left seat after completion of parliamentary term.[61] [62]
A A head and shoulder shoot of a beard man wearing spectacles Muhammad Mian Soomro
(1950– )
16 November 2007 25 March 2008 Pakistan Muslim League (Q) PML (Q) $ Soomro took the office as caretaker Prime Minister in Novrember 2007. [63]
16 A shoot of a man during a meeting. Yousaf Raza Gillani
(1952– )
25 March 2008 26 April 2012 18 February 2008 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign Gillani was elected after in March 2008 after the elections. During his term, Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry's position was restored. He was disqualified from his seat in the parliament in April 2012 by the Supreme Court for contempt of court.[64] [65]
17 Raja Pervaiz Ashraf. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf
(1950– )
22 June 2012 Incumbent 18 February 2008 Pakistan People's Party PPP Section-sign Ashraf is the incumbent Prime Minister of Pakistan. He assumed the post in June 2012, after Yousaf Raza Gillani was disqualified over contempt of court charges.[14] [66]

Timeline

Raja Pervaiz Ashraf Yusuf Raza Gillani Muhammad Mian Soomro Shaukat Aziz Shujaat Hussain Zafarullah Khan Jamali Nawaz Sharif Malik Meraj Khalid Benazir Bhutto Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi Nawaz Sharif Balakh Sher Mazari Nawaz Sharif Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi Benazir Bhutto Muhammad Khan Junejo Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Nurul Amin Feroz Khan Noon I I Chundrigar Huseyn Suhrawardy Chaudhry Muhammad Ali Muhammad Ali Bogra Khawaja Nazimuddin Liaquat Ali Khan

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