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1) Liaquat Ali Khan (August 14, 1947 to October 16, 1951)

2) Khawaja Nazimuddin (October 17, 1951 - April 17, 1953)

3) Muhammad Ali Bogra (April 17, 1953 - August 12, 1955)

4) Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (August 12, 1955 - September 12, 1956)

5) Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy (September 12, 1956 - October 17, 1957)

6) Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar (October 17, 1957 - December 16, 1957)

7) Sir Feroz Khan Noon (December 16, 1957 - October 7, 1958)

8) Mohammad Ayub Khan(October 7, 1958 - October 28, 1958) ,(chief martial
law administrator to 24 Oct 1958).

From 1958 until 1973, no person held the title of Prime Minister due to martial law.
9) Nurul Amin (December 7, 1971 - December 20, 1971)

10) Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (August 14, 1973 - July 5, 1977)

The office was again suspended from July 5, 1977 until March 24, 1985 due to martial law.

11) Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq(July 5, 1977 - March 24, 1985) ,(chief martial law administrator).

12) Muhammad Khan Junejo (March 24, 1985 - May 29, 1988)

(Again) Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq,(June 9, 1988 - August 17, 1988)

13) Benazir Bhutto (Dec 2, 1988 - August 6, 1990)

14) Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi (August 6, 1990 - November 6, 1990)

15) Nawaz Sharif (November 6, 1990 - April 18, 1993)

16) Balakh Sher Mazari (April 18, 1993 - May 26, 1993)

(Restored) Nawaz Sharif (May 26, 1993 - July 18, 1993)

17) Moin Qureshi (July 18, 1993 - October 19, 1993)

(Again) Benazir Bhutto (October 19, 1993 - November 5, 1996)

18) Miraj Khalid, (interim) (November 5, 1996 - February 17, 1997)

(Again) Nawaz Sharif (February 17, 1997 - October 12, 1999)

On October 12, 1999, Pervez Musharraf overthrew Nawaz Sharif, and took the title of Chief Executive. On June 20, 2001, he was made the President of Pakistan.

19) Pervez Musharraf (October 12, 1999 - November 23, 2002) ,(de facto to 14 Oct 1999, from 14 Oct 1999 chief executive)

Elections were held on October 10, 2002 leading to the return of the position of Prime Minister

20) Zafarullah Khan Jamali - November 21, 2002 - June 26, 2004)


21) Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain - June 30 2004, August 28 2004

22) Shaukat Aziz - August 28, 2004- Present




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Now the 23rd prime minister has been elected and his name is
23) Makhdoom Yousuf Raza Gallani
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11th was Muhammad Khan Junejo ... pakistan only had 1 civil martial law administrator and that was Zulfikar Ali Bhutto... zia never became prime minister ... the office was suspended in his reign

and @ maria riaz

23rd was Muhammad Mian Soomro

Yousaf Raza Gillani is 24th
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I think brother saadat, you are not right.
Would you please mention the source, from where you got that information.
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u said right that zia never became prime minister.But reality is that Raza Gallani
is the 23rd PM of pakistan.
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according to wikipedia he is 26th .... according to news channesl hes 24th

well it is 24 .... bczz balakh sher mazari and ghulam mustafa jatoi were caretaker prime ministers in nawaz sharif's own govt. but if u separate them thens its 26 ...its upto then ... that how many prime ministers u need :d

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hello
in this regard i want to say something. From Liaqat ali khan to yousif raza gilani i know just ten or eleven names such as nawaz sharif, bainazir, zulafqar bhuto, janajo, shaukat aziz etc who are the others will you tell me the others name in a list if yes then what a fine knowledge.

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i m too confused .... while watching geo i heard them commenting .... that yousaf raza gillani is the 24th .... i duno how its 24th ... wikipedia is rite they r 26 ...

@ safdar bro visit the link :
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thank u for your kind informations.i hope you will provide me the list of the all the preisdents of the pakistan and their date of joing and leaving
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