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Prime Ministers of Pakistan

SR. NONameStart dateEnd date
SR. NO:
1
Name:
Khan Liaquat Ali Khan
Start date:
Aug. 14, 1947
End date:
Oct. 16, 1951
SR. NO:
2
Name:
Khawaja Nazimuddin
Start date:
Oct. 17, 1951
End date:
April 17, 1953
SR. NO:
3
Name:
Mr. Muhammad Ali Bogra
Start date:
April 17, 1953
End date:
Aug. 12, 1955
SR. NO:
4
Name:
Chaudhary Muhammad Ali
Start date:
Aug. 12, 1955
End date:
Sep. 12, 1956
SR. NO:
5
Name:
Mr. Hussain Shaheed sahrawardi
Start date:
Sep. 12, 1956
End date:
Oct. 17, 1957
SR. NO:
6
Name:
Mr. I.I. Chundrigar
Start date:
Oct. 18, 1957
End date:
Dec. 16, 1957
SR. NO:
7
Name:
Malik Feroze Khan Noon
Start date:
Dec. 16, 1957
End date:
Oct. 7, 1958
SR. NO:
8
Name:
Gen. Muhammad Ayub Khan
Start date:
Oct. 26, 1958
End date:
Oct. 27, 1958
SR. NO:
9
Name:
No Prime Minister
Start date:
Oct. 28, 1958
End date:
Dec. 7, 1971
SR. NO:
10
Name:
Nur-ul-Amin
Start date:
Dec. 7, 1971
End date:
Dec. 20, 1971
SR. NO:
11
Name:
No Prime Minister
Start date:
Dec. 20, 1971
End date:
Aug. 14, 1973
SR. NO:
12
Name:
Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto
Start date:
Aug. 14, 1973
End date:
July 5, 1977
SR. NO:
13
Name:
No Prime Minister
Start date:
July 6, 1977
End date:
Mar. 22, 1985
SR. NO:
14
Name:
Mr. M. Khan Junejo
Start date:
Mar. 24, 1985
End date:
May 29, 1988
SR. NO:
15
Name:
No Prime Minister
Start date:
May 30, 1988
End date:
Dec. 1, 1988
SR. NO:
16
Name:
Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto
Start date:
Dec. 2, 1988
End date:
Aug. 6, 1990
SR. NO:
17
Name:
Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi ( Caretaker)
Start date:
Aug. 6, 1990
End date:
Nov. 6, 1990
SR. NO:
18
Name:
Mr. M. Nawaz Sharif
Start date:
Nov. 6, 1990
End date:
April 18, 1993
SR. NO:
19
Name:
Mr. Balkh Sher Mazari (Caretaker)
Start date:
April 18, 1993
End date:
May 26, 1993
SR. NO:
20
Name:
Mr. Moeenuddin Ahmed Qureshi ( Caretaker)
Start date:
July 18, 1993
End date:
Oct. 19, 1993
SR. NO:
21
Name:
Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto
Start date:
Oct. 19, 1993
End date:
Nov. 5, 1996
SR. NO:
22
Name:
Malik Meraj Khalid (caretaker)
Start date:
Nov. 5, 1996
End date:
Feb. 17, 1997
SR. NO:
23
Name:
Muhammad Nawaz sharif
Start date:
Feb. 17, 1997
End date:
Oct. 12, 1999
SR. NO:
24
Name:
No prime Minister
Start date:
Oct. 12, 1999
End date:
Nov. 22, 2002
SR. NO:
25
Name:
Mir Zafar Ullah Khan Jamali
Start date:
Nov. 21, 2002
End date:
June 26, 2004
SR. NO:
26
Name:
Ch. Shujaat Hussain (Caretaker)
Start date:
June 30, 2004
End date:
Aug. 20, 2004
SR. NO:
27
Name:
Shaukat Aziz
Start date:
Aug. 20, 2004
End date:
Nov. 16, 2007
SR. NO:
28
Name:
Muhammad Mian Soomro (caretaker)
Start date:
Nov. 16, 2007
End date:
Mar. 25, 2008
SR. NO:
29
Name:
Makhdum Syed Yousaf Raza Shah Gilani
Start date:
Mar. 25, 2008
End date:
April 256, 2012
SR. NO:
30
Name:
raja Pervez Ashraf
Start date:
June 22, 2012
End date:
Mar. 25, 2013
SR. NO:
31
Name:
Mian Hazar Khan Khoso (Caretaker)
Start date:
Mar. 25, 2013
End date:
June 5, 2013
SR. NO:
32
Name:
Mian M. Nawaz Sharif
Start date:
June 5, 2013
End date:
to-date
SR. NO:
33
Name:
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi
Start date:
Aug. 1, 2017
End date:
May 31, 2018
SR. NO:
34
Name:
R. Justice Nasirul Mulk
Start date:
June 1, 2018
End date:
Aug. 18, 2018
SR. NO:
35
Name:
Imran Khan
Start date:
July 25, 2018
End date:
To Date

List of the Prime Ministers of Pakistan

The Prime Minister of Pakistan is a famous politician and prime minister of Pakistan. The Prime Minister has the responsibility to lead the administration through the federal government he appoints. To formulate a national policy that protects the interests of the nation and its people through the Council of Common Interests. Then decides to call for national general elections to the bicameral parliament.

Since 1947, there have been eighteen prime ministers in Pakistan, other than Acting Prime Ministers. That has been tasked with overseeing the regime until the electoral process is completed.

Parliamentary System

In Pakistan’s parliamentary system, the prime minister is sworn in by the president and is usually the president or chairman of a party or coalition with a majority in the National Assembly – the House of Representatives of Pakistan.

Partition of India

After the partition of India at midnight on 14-15 August 1947, Pakistan followed the British regime, where it established the post of Prime Minister in the Prime Minister’s Secretariat. On the advice of the country’s founding fathers, the then Governor-General of Pakistan. Liaqat Ali Khan, appointed to establish and manage his administration on 15 August 1947.

Prior to the presidential regime in 1960, seven prime ministers served between 1947 and martial law in 1958. In 1971, the office was restored again but soon ceased to exist.

The authorities and executive authorities were transferred to the Prime Minister when Pakistan’s full constitution was promulgated in 1973. But the post was effectively suspended after another martial law was passed in 1977.

Elections of 1985

After the 1985 general elections, the Office came into existence. From 1988-1999. Benazir Bhutto of the Pakistan People’s Party and Nawaz Sharif of the Muslim League (N) served in the office for two consecutive terms between 1988 and 1999. Bhutto 1988-1990 and 1996 1996, and Sharif in 1990-1993 and 1997-1999.

Elections of 2002

After the general elections held in 2002, Zafarullah Khan Jamali was invited to form his administration as prime minister. After the Supreme Court of Pakistan’s decision to annul Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in 2012, Raja Pervez oversaw his administration until an interim administration was established under Mir Khazar Khan Khusu.

Premier League I. I. Chundrigar was the shortest in the history of Pakistan, where he spent only 55 days of his term. In about five years and four months, Sharif is the longest-serving prime minister. Sharif was re-elected for a third consecutive term on June 5, 2013, a record in the history of Pakistan. In Pakistan’s national politics throughout its history, the military division has dominated Pakistan’s armed forces, but political parties now dominate it.

Acts of Pakistan PM

The Prime Minister acts as a State Advisor to the President of Pakistan on critical issues and plays an influential role in dealing with each branch of the military leadership. In addition to guaranteeing the government of the military through the leaders of the presidency. The authorities of the Prime Minister have grown substantially with a delicate system of control and balance for each branch. The constitution of Pakistan determines the executive powers of the prime minister, who is responsible for appointing the government, in addition to directing the administration department, taking and approving executive decisions, agreements, and recommendations that require the confirmation of the prime minister.

Prime Minsters of Pakistan Part 2

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