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On March 23,1940 the Pakistan Resolution
was passed at Lahore. It was moved by A.K Fazal-ul Haq of
Bangal. This resolution is also known as "Lahore Resolution".
23rd of March is also celebrated as "Pakistan Day"
|March 23, 1956
On March 23, 1956 the first constitution of
the Islamic Republic of Pakistan was announced.
|August 14, 1947
On August 14, 1947 Pakistan became an independent
|January 10, 1966
On January 10, 1966 Tashkent Declaration was
signed at Tashkent, Uzbekistan, between Pakistan and India.
The Declaration provide for bringing back the armed forces
to pre August 5, 1965 position. It was signed by the president
of Pakistan Muhammad Ayub Khan and the Prime Minister of India
Mr. Lal Bahadur Shastri.
|December 3, 1971
On December 3, 1971 third war between Pakistan
and India began which continued until December 16, 1971.
|March 25, 1979
On March 25, 1979 field Marshal Muhammad Ayub
Khan resigned as the President of Pakistan.
|April 4, 1979
On April 4, 1979 Mr. Z.A Bhutto was hanged
to death after being given sentenced to death by Lahore high
Court I the murder case of Nawab Muhammad Ahmed Khan.
|February 10, 1979
On February 10, 1979 Islamic laws relation
to four ‘
‘Hudud’ namely Theft, auditory, Qazf and Drinking
were enforced in Pakistan.
|June 20, 1980
On June 20, 1980 Zakat Ordinance was enforced
|July 3 1972
Only July 3 1972 the Simla Agrement was signed
by the President of Pakistan Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and India
Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi at Simla in India.
|September 6, 1965
On September 6, 1965 second war between Pakistan
and India broke out and it is celebrated every year as Defence
of Pakistan Day to pay homage to soldiers of the motherland.
On July 5,1977 Genera Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq took
over as the Chief Martial Law administrator by ousting the
then Prime Minister Mr. Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, in order to save
the country of Mr. Bhutto and the Pakistan National Alliance.
|December 19, 1984
On December 19, 1984 President of Pakistan
General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq held a referendum to find the
people’s opinion for his next five year term. 97.71
per cent votes out of the total votes cast were in favour
|December 25, 1879
On December 25, 1879 the founder of Pakistan
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was born at Karachi.
|September 11, 1948
On September 11, 1948 Quaid e Azam Muhammad
Ali Jinnah died.
|November 9, 1877
On November 9, 1877 the national poet of Pakistan
Sir Allama Muhammad Iqbal was born at Sialkot.
|April 21, 1938
On April 21, 1938 Allama Iqbal died.
|October 16, 1951
On October 16, 1951 the first Prime Minister
of Pakistan Khan Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated at Rawalpindi,
during a public meeting.
|February 25, 1985
On February 25, 1985 the third general elections
for the national Assembly were held in Pakistan under the
government of President General Zia-ul-Haq, and on February
28, 1985 election were held for the provincial assemblies,
the election were held on non party basis. The turnout of
the voters for the National Assembly was 52.93 per cent while
it was 56.91 percent for the provincial Assemblies.
|December 30, 1930
On December 30, 1930, at the Allahabad annual
session of the All India Muslim League. Dr Sir Allama Muhammad
Iqbal in his presidential address presented for the first
time the concept of a separate homeland for the Muslims of
|December 30, 1985
On December 30, 1985 President of Pakistan
general Zia-ul-Haq, lifted the 8 year old Martial Law imposed
by him on July 5, 1977-in Pakistan to put the country on the
road to democracy.
|March 22 to 24, 1940
From March 22 to 24, 1940 the 27th annual meeting
of the all India Muslim League held in Lahore in which Quaid
e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah delivered his presidential address
and the Pakistan resolution was adopted on March 23.
|April 14, 1988
On April 14, 1988 the UN mediated Geneva Accord
on Afghanistan was signed between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The United States (US) and the Soviet Union signed the accord
as guarantors. According to the Geneva Accord, the Soviet
Union will withdraw its 115, 00 troops from Afghanistan within
9 months by August 15, 1988 and facilitate return of the Afghan
refuees to their homes, in order to make an end to the 9 year
old Soviet aggression in Afghanistan. The Soviet Union invaded
Afghanistan on December27, 1979.
|March 7 1949,
On March 7 1949, the objectives resolution
was moved by the Prime Minister Khan Liaquat Ali Khan in the
Constituent Assembly. The main ideas, on which the Constitution
of Pakistan was based are proclaimed in the objectives resolution.
|June 15, 1988
On June 15, 1988, Shari’ah Ordinance,
was enforced in Pakiatan by President of Pakistan General
|May 29, 1988
On May 29, 1988, the National Assembly (elected
during) February 28, 1985 general elections) was dissolved
by the president General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq; Federal Cabinet,
headed by Prime Minister Muhammad Khan Juneju, was dismissed
by President General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq.
|November 16 and 19, 1988
On November 16 and 19, 1988 the General Elections
were held respectively to the National Assembly and the four
provincial Assemblies on party basis.
|April 10, 1988
On April 10, 1988 the Ojheri ammunition dump
in Rawalpindi blew in one big explosion causing excessive
deaths and a great loss to property in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
|August 17, 1988
On August 17, 1988 President of Pakistan and
chief of the Army Stuff, General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq died
in a plane crash near Bahawalpur (soon after takeoff from
Bahawalpur Airport) Along with all other 29 persons on board.
|July 6, 1989
On July 6, 1989 Pakistan’s first test
tube baby was born in Lahore at the infertility Centre, a
private medical center, under the supervision of prof. Rashid
Latif (a leading Gynecologist)
|July 22 1990
On July 22 1990, Pakistan’s first indigenously
produced military vehicle “ Yasoob” was handed
over to Pakistan Army at Rawalpindi.
|August 6, 1990
The President of Pakistan Mr. Ghulam Ishaq
Khan, dismissed the corrupt Federal Government People’s
Party (PPP) and also dissolved the National Assembly.
|October 24, 1990
Elections to the National Assembly were held
while on October 27, 1990, election to the Provincial Assemblies