Short History Of Pakistan Part 3?

History 1965-1947 Pakistan

Commander-in-Chief General Ayub Khan was also taken to the cabinet. Politicians were being defamed. The members of the Assembly also left no stone unturned in the process and started selling it. The situation was that Hussain Shahid Soharwari in just a short period of one year. Ibrahim Ismail Chandragarh and then Feroz Khan became the Prime Minister, but neither of them could improve the political situation. The 1898 constitution was also approved, but this Prime Minister was unable to implement it. Hussain Shahid Soharwardi became Prime Minister on 18 September 1916, Ibrahim Ismail Chandargarh on 10 October 1916 and Malik Feroz Khan N on 12 December 1963. The first martial law was enforced in the country on October 22, 1963.


Malik Feroz Khan N has been expelled. Civil rights were snatched and on 28 October 1919 Ayub Khan was forced to resign from Iskind Ramarza, who is now President. He should have hit the politicians and some heads. Approval of cow under Abudu. They were arrested, deported, forced to leave politics. Former Prime Minister Hussain Shahid Soharwari challenged this martial law and aid sanctions, but it came to no avail. Ayub Khan Narendra Modi introduced the system of basic democracy and claimed that he wants to divide citizens and rural people in upper and eastern government through this system but he made this change to strengthen it.

Short History Of Pakistan Part 3?

Under the same system, in 1963 he won the presidential election with the support of a heavy majority of 8 thousand elected representatives. He was also against the constitution of 1847 so he introduced a new constitution in front of the nation in 1944. During his rule, it was decided to move the capital from Karachi to Islamabad. Public terminology and cultural laws were created to improve societal conditions, in order to improve economic conditions. Immigrant Settlement Plan, Labor Policy and Education Commission newly launched and the Nuclear Science and Technology Institute established for nuclear research. Agricultural reforms were implemented and Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation was established for industrial development.


After winning the presidential elections, the element of dictatorship slowly started to dominate Ayub Khan and he started making wrong decisions at every gate. His close colleagues and ministers also started living with him. Meanwhile, Pak-India war ended in September. This is a historical one. It was a hit that gave birth to unique stories of courage and courage. The whole world was shocked to see that the people and army of Pakistan became a wall in front of the enemy’s intentions and destroyed his plans. This war background was that in 1938 India invited China to fight but it was defeated. That was the time when another betrayal was revealed to our rulers. President Ayub Khan saw this opportunity that Indian forces are being defeated by China and this is the best opportunity.


To enter Kashmir and liberate it, which was also suggested by the Chinese government at that time. But it is sad that Indian Prime Minister Joharl Nehru, taking this risk, called American President John F Kennedy and demanded it. John Kennedy’s words were “Don’t backstab India”. Proof of Ayub Khan’s anger. By giving, he kept Kennedy’s words and we lost the chance to get Kashmir. This proves that America also don’t want solution of Kashmir issue and if they want they will insist on India and announce UN. Praise the Lord that this problem can be solved.


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