Question: Who Was Prime Minister Of Pakistan In 1972
- Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy
- Ismail I. Chundrigar
- Malik Firoz Khan Noon
- None of the Above
Answer: None of the Above
No one was prime minister of Pakistan in 1972
The post was abolished on 20 December 1971 till 14 August 1973. The total duration of abolishment was 1 year, 7 Months and 25 days. There was no prime minister in this timeline. Before this abolishment, Nurul Amin was elected democratically from Pakistan Muslim league for 13 Days only. The notable event of 1971 was the opening of Karakoram highway which links China and Pakistan. Operation Searchlight was also among the history of 1971 and in the same year, Rashid Minhas awarded Nishan-e-Haider with Pakistani highest gallantry award.
Who Was Prime Minister Of Pakistan In 1972
Those were lucky days for hockey when Pakistan wins world hockey cup after defeating Spain.
Other notable events of 1971 were a Full-scale attack of India on East Pakistan, Dhaka falls, and Bangladesh comes into being in the same year. Zulifkar Ali Bhutto on 20 January launched the nuclear weapons development program secretly. Simla agreement between the Pakistan and India was signed on 2 July 1972. Karachi nuclear power plant was another achievement of 1972.