KHAN LIAQUAT ALI KHAN
Liaquat Ali khan was born in the Nausharwan family on October 1, 1896. He belongs to a wealthy family in East Punjab. His mother made arrangements at home for his lessons from Quran and Ahadith. Because his family revered Sir Syed Ahmad khan a lot, he was admitted to the Muslim University of Aligarah. He graduated from Aligarah’s M.A.O collage in 1918. After his father’s death in 1919, he received a scholarship from the British government. He was awarded the LLM in law and justice in 1921. Upon his return to India in 1923, he decided to enter politics with the intention of freeing his homeland from foreign yokes.
The congress address approached him and attended a meeting with Jawaherlal Nehru in 1923. After the meeting, the views of United India on Liaquat khan changed.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah called him to an annual session of the Muslim League of All India in May 1924 in Lahore, where the objectives and vision of the party were discussed. Chiaquat Ali Khan began his political career as an independent candidate of the Legislative Assembly of the UP in 1926. He was elected vice president of the Legislative Council of the UP in 1923. Until 1940, when he was elected member of the Central Legislative Assembly, he remained a member of the Council Legislative of the UP. When Muhammad Ali Jinnah returned to India, he began to reorganize the AIML, Liaquat Ali Khan took an active part in legislative matters. On April 26, 1936, Liaquat Ali Khan was elected honorary secretary of the AIML. He was in charge of the office until 1947. Liaquat Ali Khan was also a civil defense leader of the Muslim masses, created to keep Muslims safe from INC activities and reinforce them.
In 1945-46, Liaquat Khan won the U.P. Central Legislative Election He was also elected president of the Central Legislative Board of the League. The AIML in British India won 87 percent of the seats reserved for Muslims. When the British government asked the League to send five candidates for term representation of the government.
FIRST PM OF PAKISTAN
Liaquat Ali Khan was asked to lead the Cabinet League group, which he handled brilliantly. At this point, both the British government and the INC accepted the idea of Pakistan, and Pakistan was born on August 14, 1947. After independence, Pakistan’s prime minister was called Liaquat Ali Khan.
In his early days, Liaquat Ali Khan had to deal with a series of problems facing Pakistan. He helped Quaid solve the rights and refugee problems. For the country, it established an effective administrative system.
Liaquat Ali Khan was invited by the Soviet Union in 1949, but visited the United States in 1950, which was the time for extensive competition between the two superpowers.
POLICIES AND PLANNING
During the first days he adopted the law of the government of India of 1935 to administer the country, finally in 1949 Pakistan took the first step towards the formulation of constitutional and foreign policy. The resolution of purpose passed on March 12, 1949 was proposed by Liaquat Ali Khan. It also established the basic principles committee for the minority issue of Liaquat / Nero de facto partition that reduced tension between Pakistan and India.
Liaquat Khan was shot twice in the chest at a public meeting of the Muslim League in Bagh Rawalpindi on October 16, 1951. Police shot the gunman, Saad Akbar Babrak, instantly. Liaquat was rushed to the hospital, but was injured. It was the official title of Shaheed-i-Millat. But his question about the murder is still too much addressed.
Some of the people who think it may be due to those elements that organize. The conspiracy of Rawalpindi when they were released and then were appointed by the government to senior official positions.