When was Zia-ul-Haq born?

When was Zia-ul-Haq born?

August 12, 1924Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq / Date of birth

Who imposed first martial law in Pakistan?

Although the first general election were scheduled for early 1959, President Sikandar Mirza abrogated the Constitution, dissolved the National and Provincial Assemblies, and declared Martial Law, on 7th October 1958.

Where is Zia-ul-Haq buried?

Shah Faisal Masjid, Islamabad, PakistanMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq / Place of burialThe Faisal Mosque is the national mosque of Pakistan, located in capital Islamabad. It is the sixth-largest mosque in the world and the largest within South Asia, located on the foothills of Margalla Hills in Pakistan’s capital city of Islamabad. Wikipedia

Who is Raja Zia-ul-Haq?

Raja Zia-ul-Haq was the speaker person. He is Lecturer at COMSATS & IIUI (International Islamic University Islamabad) and CEO of Youth Club (Inspiring Positive Change).

Where was Zia-ul-Haq born?

Jalandhar, IndiaMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq / Place of birth

When did Yahya resigned?

Following these events, he turned over the leadership of the country to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the leading politician from West Pakistan, and resigned from the command of the military in disgrace, both on 20 December 1971.

How old is Raja Zia ul Haq?

Raja Zafar-ul-Haq

Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq
Born Raja Muhammad Zafar-ul-Haq 18 November 1935 Matore, Punjab, British India (now in Punjab, Pakistan)
Political party Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Children Raja Muhammad Ali
Alma mater Govt. College University (B.A. in Phil.) Punjab University (LLB, MSc in Poly Sci.)

Where is Yahya Khan buried?

Peshawar, PakistanYahya Khan / Place of burial

Who made 3rd Constitution of Pakistan?

Submitted its considerations on 6 May 1961, Ayub Khan altered the entire version of the constitution which was entirely different from the one recommended by Chief Justice Muhammad Shahabuddin. It was promulgated on 8 June 1962.

Who succeeded Zia-ul-Haq?

Ghulam Ishaq Khan
Preceded by Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq
Succeeded by Wasim Sajjad (Acting)
2nd Chairman of the Senate
In office 21 March 1985 – 12 December 1988