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Liaquat Ali Khan

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Liaquat Ali Khan

Liaquat Ali Khan

Liaquat Ali Khan is the most influential politician in the history of Pakistan. Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah called him “my right hand.” In 1943. He is Generally known as Quaid-Milat and Shahid-i-Milat after the founders, politicians, and first prime ministers of Pakistan. He has been a loyal supporter and friend of Quaid-e-Azam since 1928, and in 1936 he was appointed Secretary of Quaid as Secretary-General of all Muslim leagues. He has sufficient experience as a legislator in the United States and a representative of the Jinnah from 1918 to 1941 on the Central Legislative Council in 1927 and 1941. He was also a financial member of the Provisional Government of India, still united between 1946 and 1947.

A loyal follower of Jinnah since 1928, he was appointed Secretary-General of the General Assembly of the Muslim League in 1936. He has an extensive legal background in the United States since 1927 and 1941. He was also a financial member of the Provisional Government of India, united from 1946 to 1947. Quaid-e-Azam arranged him is the first Prime Minister of Pakistan. He dealt with Pakistan’s great technology and disagreements for four years until he was killed on 16 October 1951. Lord Wavell, Governor of the Indian Empire, said Liaquat Ali Khan is a manager and a person of reason, personality, and good spirit.

The works of Liaquat Ali Khan are more complex and difficult than the works of Truman or Atelier, so they should be ranked among them. There was nothing in Pakistan in 1947. Conditions should have been created when people expected to collapse like tents. This is the biggest achievement in the history of Liaquat Ali Khan in four years of independence, and no one wants Pakistan to fall. Liaquat Ali Khan is a Designer. Liaquat Ali Khan refused to accept Kashmir as part of India and spent a lot of time and effort trying to change his status through many meetings in India, London, and Pakistan. His position in Kashmir is followed by all Pakistani leaders. The most important foreign policy goal of Pakistan is to always create Kashmiri Pakistan. Pakistan’s external plan is an alliance between the United States and the West. Pakistan has no choice. In 1947, the Soviet Union could hardly provide financial assistance to its allies. He upset the Eastern European allies with assets for building the Soviet industry.

Most Pakistanis cannot accept unjust communism, and if Pakistan agrees, it will be diplomatically isolated from the West. The states, the United Kingdom, and the countries of the British community were able to provide the economic and diplomatic support requested by Pakistan. Pakistan was a party to the Baghdad Agreement between 1955 and 1979 and has been the first line of the war in Afghanistan since 1979. Pakistan’s foreign policy is linked to Islamic countries in the Middle East. Liaquat Ali Khan has good relations with all Muslim countries, including Iran, the first country in the world to recognize Pakistan. He hailed Iran’s chess as the first foreign minister who visited Pakistan in March 1950. Pakistan also follows the path of the  Khan in the form of government. He was always committed to democracy and tried to turn Pakistan into a Westminster-style parliamentary system in England.

He recognized and respected the sensitivity of Pakistani Muslims. To this end, he adopted a resolution of March 12, 1949, which adopted a constitution defining a parliamentary system and consistent with Islamic principles. Liaquat Khan is studying at Aligarh. He sincerely supports founder Sayyid Ahmed Khan and the philosophy of modernism in integrating Western and modern Islamic teachings. Liaquat Ali Khan, who founded the Pakistan Women’s Association in 1949, fully supports the education of women and the activities of his second wife.

Liaquat Ali Khan was at the center of all these activities, from building a modern military and educational system to building civil servants, state banks and the entire economy, and inspired many. He believed that he could write a constitution, create a stable democratic system and make a dynamic Muslim league out of his president. However, not all faiths, religions and views can be observed. The first prime minister of Pakistan, Liaqat Ali Khan, is a rebel hero in Pakistan’s history, said Roger D. Long, who is currently writing a book about Khan. Pakistan can have a constitution and elections if it lives another ten years. Khan is a noble Nara. But he is a little shy and quiet. Former Governor of England Vale remembers Khan. “This is a great opportunity to talk to him about literature and everything!” Lang quoted Wavell.

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