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History of Pakistan from 1947 to 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ

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History of Pakistan from 1947 to 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ

History of Pakistan complete lecture from 1947 to 2020.
Pakistan was created, as an Islamic state, out of the partition of the UK’s Indian Empire, at independence in August 1947. It originally consisted of two parts, West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), separated by 1,600 km of Indian territory. Partition was followed by war with India over Kashmir and the mass migration of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs to resettle within the new borders, an upheaval which led to violence, financial loss and death on a large scale. With the arrival of Indian Muslims and departure of Pakistan’s Hindus and Sikhs, Pakistan became an almost entirely Muslim society. Jinnah, who is honoured as the Quaid-i-Azam, or great leader, died in 1948.

In 1956, Pakistan became a federal republic. It has been under military rule for long periods. Its first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan, was assassinated in 1951. In 1958, martial law was declared and political parties abolished. General (later Field Marshal) Ayub Khan became President in 1960 and allowed a form of guided ‘basic democracy’. However, failure to win the 1965 war against India and accusations of nepotism and corruption undermined his position. In the east, the Awami League of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman voiced the grievances of the Bengali population. Ayub Khan resigned in 1969 and power was taken over by General Yahya Khan, who in December 1970 held the first national elections in independent Pakistan.

Mujib and the Awami League won an electoral majority in Pakistan’s general election on a platform demanding greater autonomy for East Pakistan. At the same time Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) gained a majority in the West. Despite Mujib’s victory, he was prevented by the Pakistan authorities from becoming Prime Minister of the combined state and the Awami League then issued their own plans for a new constitution for an independent state in the East. As a result of the military intervention that ensued, civil war broke out in the eastern region in 1971; the Indian army intervened in support of the Bengalis; Pakistan forces withdrew and Bangladesh became an independent state. In 1972 Pakistan withdrew from the Commonwealth but rejoined in 1989.

Under a new constitution introduced in 1973, Bhutto became Prime Minister. He undertook agrarian reform and the nationalisation of large sections of industry and the financial sector. In July 1977 the army, under General Zia ul-Haq, intervened in the urban unrest. Zia declared martial law and arrested Bhutto who was convicted, after a controversial trial, of conspiring to murder a political opponent. Despite international appeals, he was hanged in April 1979. Zia promised elections within 90 days, but ruled without them until his death.

Elections in November 1988 brought the PPP to power in coalition with the Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM). However, in October 1989 the MQM left the coalition and in August 1990 Bhutto was dismissed by the President Ghulam Ishaque Khan and charged with corruption. The National Assembly was dissolved and a caretaker leader installed until Islami Jamhoori Ittehad led by Nawaz Sharif won a decisive election victory in October 1990.

In November 1996, President Sardar Farooq Khan Leghari, prompted by the army high command and opposition leaders, used the eighth amendment to the constitution, and dissolved the National Assembly, bringing down the Bhutto government and alleging corruption, financial incompetence, and human rights violations. New elections were held in February 1997. The Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) – previously the main component of the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad – won 134 seats in the National Assembly and Sharif became Prime Minister.

In October 1999, Sharif ordered the dismissal of Army Chief of Staff General Pervez Musharraf, and refused permission to land for the commercial aircraft in which he was returning to Karachi (from an official visit to Sri Lanka). The army countermanded the Prime Minister’s orders and immediately seized power, dismissing the government and arresting Sharif.

Powers of the Prime Minister have significantly grown with a delicate system of the check and balance by each branch. The position was absent during years of 1960–73 and 1977–85 due to imposed martial law. In each of these periods, the military junta led by the President had the powers of the Prime Minister.

The incumbent and current holder in this position is Imran Khan, elected in this capacity after the nationwide general elections held in August 2018.
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HISTORY OF DELHI SULTANATE 1206-1526.

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History of India and Pakistan 1857 to 1947 all Important events | 1857-1947 ہندستان کی تاریخ |

Indo-Pak history from 1857 to 1857 is explained in the lecture. all the important events of history from 1857 to 1947 are explained one by one.
The following are the important events of history from 1857 to 1947.
War of Independence 1857
1. Sir Syed Ahmed Khan
2. Dar ul Uloom Deoband 1866
3. Urdu Hindi Controversy 1867
4. Nadwat ul Ulema 1892
5. Congress 1885
6. Partition of Bengal 1905
7. Simla Deputation 1906
8. Formation of Muslim league 1906
9. Minto-Morley Reforms 1909
10. Lucknow Pact 1916
11. Montague-Chelmsford Reforms-1919
12. Khilafat Movement
13. Simon Commission
14. Nehru Report 1928
15. 14 points of Quaid e azam
16. Aliabad address
17. Indian Act 1935
18. Congress Ministries
19. End of Congress RULE
20. Lahore Resolution
21. Cripps Mission
22. C-R Formula
23. Gandhi Jinnah Talk
24. Simla Conference
25. Elections
26. Cabinet mission
27. Delhi Muslim convention
28. Interim Govt.
29. 3rd June plan
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History of Kashmir Issue.

HISTORY OF DELHI SULTANATE 1206-1526.

HISTORY OF MUGHAL EMPIRE 1526-1707.

Delhi SULTANATE HISTORY 1206-1526.

Company Raj to British Raj

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History of Pakistan #01| When A General Refused Quaid-e-Azam's Order | In Urdu

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پاکستان کتنا طاقتور ملک ہے
How Powerful is Pakistan


اور یہ کہ بھارت کی فوج اور معشیت میں کتنا دم ہے


آپ یہ بھی جان سکتےہیں کہ کیا امریکہ اب بھی سپر پاور کے درجے پر قائم ہے یا نہیں



آخر کینیڈا کو دنیا کا محفوظ ترین ملک کیوں سمجھا جاتا ہے؟


آپ یہ بھی جانیے کہ فرانس کی فوج کو بھگوڑی فوج کیوں کہتے ہیں اور فرانس کتنا طاقتور ملک ہے


آخر قطر چھوٹے سے جغرافیے کے باوجود عرب دنیا کا اتنا اہم ملک کیوں ہے؟


دیکھو سنو اور جانو میں آپ یہ بھی جانیں گے کہ برطانیہ جہاں کبھی سورج غروب نہیں ہوتا تھا اب کس حال میں ہے اور اس کی فوج میں اب کتنا کس بل باقی ہے؟


جاپان جیسا چھوٹا ملک جہاں ہر وقت زلزلوں کا خطرہ رہتا ہے آخر دنیا کا امیر کبیر ملک کیسے بن گیا؟


کیا چین سپر پاور بن گیا ہے یا ابھی تک امریکہ کا سکہ ہی دنیا پر رائج ہے؟


مسلمانوں کا اہم ترین ملک سعودی عرب فوجی اور معاشی لحاظ سے کتنا کمزور اور کتنا طاقتور ہے؟


ہم آپ کو ان وڈیوز کے ذریعے یہ بتائیں گے کہ دنیا کے ممالک کی کمزوریاں اور طاقتیں کس چیز میں چھپی ہوئی ہیں۔
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List of All Prime Ministers of Pakistan |Pakistan from 1947 to 2018|Liaquat Ali Khan to Imran Khan

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List of All Prime Ministers of Pakistan | Pakistan from 1947 to 2018 | Liaquat Ali Khan to Imran Khan
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Here is the List of All Prime Ministers of Pakistan:
1. Liaquat Ali Khan (1st Prime Minister of Pakistan)
2. Khawaja Nazimuddin (2nd Prime Minister of Pakistan)
3. Mohammad Ali Bogra (3rd Prime Minister of Pakistan)
4. Chaudhry Mohammad Ali (4th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
5. Husain Shaheed Suhrawardy (5th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
6. Ibraheem Ismaeel Chundrigar (6th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
7. Sir Feroz Khan Noon (7th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
8. Noor ul Ameen (8th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
9. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (9th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
10. Mohammad Khan Junejo (10th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
11. Benazeer Bhutto (11th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
12. Mian Nawaz Shareef (12th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
13. Benazeer Bhutto (13th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
14. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef (14th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
15. Zafarullah Khan Jamali (15th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
16. Chaudhry Shujaat Husain (16th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
17. Shaukat Aziz (17th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
18. Yousaf Raza Geelani (18th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
19. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf (19th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
20. Mohammad Nawaz Shareef (20th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
21. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (21th Prime Minister of Pakistan)
22. Imran Khan (22th Prime Minister of Pakistan)

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History of Pakistan from 1947 to 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ

History Of Pakistan From 1947 - 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ

The law academy presents, History Of Pakistan From 1947 - 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ

Pakistan was created, as an Islamic state, out of the partition of the UK’s Indian Empire, at independence in August 1947. It originally consisted of two parts, West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), separated by 1,600 km of Indian territory. Partition was followed by war with India over Kashmir and the mass migration of Muslims, Hindus, and Sikhs to resettle within the new borders, an upheaval that led to violence, financial loss, and death on a large scale. With the arrival of Indian Muslims and the departure of Pakistan’s Hindus and Sikhs, Pakistan became an almost entirely Muslim society. Jinnah, who is honored as the Quaid-i-Azam, or great leader, died in 1948.

In 1956, Pakistan became a federal republic. It has been under military rule for long periods. Its first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan, was assassinated in 1951. In 1958, martial law was declared and political parties were abolished. General (later Field Marshal) Ayub Khan became President in 1960 and allowed a form of guided ‘basic democracy’. However, failure to win the 1965 war against India and accusations of nepotism and corruption undermined his position. In the east, the Awami League of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman voiced the grievances of the Bengali population. Ayub Khan resigned in 1969 and power was taken over by General Yahya Khan, who in December 1970 held the first national elections in independent Pakistan.

Mujib and the Awami League won an electoral majority in Pakistan’s general election on a platform demanding greater autonomy for East Pakistan. At the same time, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) gained a majority in the West. Despite Mujib’s victory, he was prevented by the Pakistan authorities from becoming Prime Minister of the combined state and the Awami League then issued their own plans for a new constitution for an independent state in the East. As a result of the military intervention that ensued, civil war broke out in the eastern region in 1971; the Indian army intervened in support of the Bengalis; Pakistan forces withdrew and Bangladesh became an independent state. In 1972 Pakistan withdrew from the Commonwealth but rejoined in 1989.

Under a new constitution introduced in 1973, Bhutto became Prime Minister. He undertook agrarian reform and the nationalization of large sections of industry and the financial sector. In July 1977 the army, under General Zia ul-Haq, intervened in the urban unrest. Zia declared martial law and arrested Bhutto who was convicted, after a controversial trial, of conspiring to murder a political opponent. Despite international appeals, he was hanged in April 1979. Zia promised elections within 90 days but ruled without them until his death.

Elections in November 1988 brought the PPP to power in a coalition with the Mohajir Qaumi Movement (MQM). However, in October 1989 the MQM left the coalition and in August 1990 Bhutto was dismissed by President Ghulam Ishaque Khan and charged with corruption. The National Assembly was dissolved and a caretaker leader installed until Islami Jamhoori Ittehad led by Nawaz Sharif won a decisive election victory in October 1990.

In November 1996, President Sardar Farooq Khan Leghari, prompted by the army high command and opposition leaders, used the eighth amendment to the constitution, and dissolved the National Assembly, bringing down the Bhutto government and alleging corruption, financial incompetence, and human rights violations. New elections were held in February 1997. The Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) – previously the main component of the Islami Jamhoori Ittehad – won 134 seats in the National Assembly and Sharif became Prime Minister.

In October 1999, Sharif ordered the dismissal of Army Chief of Staff General Pervez Musharraf and refused permission to land for the commercial aircraft in which he was returning to Karachi (from an official visit to Sri Lanka). The army countermanded the Prime Minister’s orders and immediately seized power, dismissing the government and arresting Sharif.

The powers of the Prime Minister have significantly grown with a delicate system of check and balance by each branch. The position was absent during the years of 1960–73 and 1977–85 due to imposed martial law. In each of these periods, the military junta led by the President had the powers of the Prime Minister.

The incumbent and current holder in this position is Imran Khan, elected in this capacity after the nationwide general elections held in August 2018.

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History of Pakistan from 1947 to 2020 | Pakistan History | 1947 to 2020 | By Muhammad Akram

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The brief history of Pakistan from 1947 to 2020. The important and major events have been discussed in short. Constitutional development, martial laws, agreements and other events have been shortly defined.

Pakistan Affairs from 1947 to 2021 || History of Pakistan || پاکستان کی تاریخ ||

In this video, we tried to cover all major events related to Pakistan Affairs from 1947-2021.
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Indo-Pak History from 1857 to 1947 is tried to cover in this video. All the important events of History from 1857 to 1947 are tried are mentioned with dates one by one.
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#History of #Pakistan 1947 to 2020 | پاکستان کی تاریخ 1947 سے 2020

History of Pakistan complete lecture from 1947 to 2020.
Pakistan was created, as an Islamic state, out of the partition of the UK’s Indian Empire, at independence in August 1947. It originally consisted of two parts, West Pakistan (now Pakistan) and East Pakistan (now Bangladesh), separated by 1,600 km of Indian territory. Partition was followed by war with India over Kashmir and the mass migration of Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs to resettle within the new borders, an upheaval which led to violence, financial loss and death on a large scale. With the arrival of Indian Muslims and departure of Pakistan’s Hindus and Sikhs, Pakistan became an almost entirely Muslim society. Jinnah, who is honored as the Quaid-i-Azam, or great leader, died in 1948.

پاکستان کی تاریخ 1947 سے 2020 تک مکمل لیکچر۔
پاکستان کو ایک اسلامی ریاست کے طور پر ، برطانیہ کی ہندوستانی سلطنت کی تقسیم سے قبل ، اگست 1947 میں آزادی کے بعد تشکیل دیا گیا تھا۔ یہ اصل میں دو حصوں پر مشتمل تھا ، مغربی پاکستان (اب کا پاکستان) اور مشرقی پاکستان (اب بنگلہ دیش) ، جس کو 1،600 کلومیٹر کے فاصلے سے الگ کیا گیا تھا۔ ہندوستانی علاقے کا تقسیم ہند کے بعد کشمیر پر ہندوستان کے ساتھ جنگ ​​ہوئی اور نئی سرحدوں میں دوبارہ آباد ہونے کے لئے مسلمانوں ، ہندوؤں اور سکھوں کی بڑے پیمانے پر نقل مکانی ہوئی ، جس کی وجہ سے بڑے پیمانے پر تشدد ، مالی نقصان اور موت واقع ہوئی۔ ہندوستانی مسلمانوں کی آمد اور پاکستان کے ہندوؤں اور سکھوں کی رخصتی کے ساتھ ہی ، پاکستان ایک مکمل طور پر مسلم معاشرے کا درجہ بنا۔ قائداعظم ، یا عظیم قائد کے طور پر اعزاز پانے والے جناح کا 1948 میں انتقال ہوگیا۔

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Complete history of Pakistan from 1947 to 2021 in the form of questions and answers

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History of Pakistan complete lecture 1947 to 2020 . Pakistan was created an islamic status out of the partition of UK Indian empire


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History of Pakistani Currency Notes 1947 to 2020

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Pakistan documentary in Urdu/Hindi 1947 to 2020 | آزادی کے 72 سال | All in One | #csclassroom

اللہ رب العزت کے بے پناہ شکر ہے جس نے آزادی کی نعمت سے نوازا اپنی طرف سے اور اپنی ٹیم کی طرف سے آپ سب کو یومِ آزادی پہ مبارکباد پیش کرتا ہوں اللہ ہر مغلوب کو ظالموں سے نجات عطا فرمائے اور آزاد فرمائے
پاکستان جب سے بنا تب سے ہی مشکلات میں گھرا ہوا ہے اس کو بنانے والوں نے لاکھوں قربانیاں دیں اور مگر اس کو انتظامی طور پر چلانے والے قربانیاں دینے کی بجائے مادرِ وطن ہی کو قربان کرنے پر تُلے ہوئے ہیں
اس قسط میں 1947 سے لے کر 2020 تک کہ جو اہم ترین واقعات ہیں انکو آپکے سامنے پیش کیا گیا ہے تاکہ آگاہی حاصل کر سکیں
اللہ ہمارے حکمرانوں کو ہدایت عطا فرمائے یا ہمیں ایسے حکمران عطا فرمائے جو اللہ اور اسکے رسولﷺ کے پسندیدہ اور مادرِ وطن کا سوچنے والے ہوں نہ کہ اپنے بینک بیلنس اور جاگیروں کا
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This video contains information from 1947 to 2020 about our homeland Pakistan so that you can get familiar with the most important events that we have faced in previous era.
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Episode 1 (1947 to 1960)

Episode 2 (1961 to 1975)

Episode 3 (1976 to 1990)

Episode 4 (1990 to 2005)

Episode 5 (2006 to 2020)

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Pakistan history for PPSC, FPSC, BPSC, SPSC, CSS, PMS Test preparations
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History & Evolution of Pakistan currency notes 1947 - 2020 پاکستانی روپے کے نوٹ کی تاریخ

in this video you'll get to know about Pakistani currency note evolution and history how they changed and evolve with time.
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