Question: Who was the First President of Constituent Assembly of Pakistan?
- Liaquat Ali Khan
- Muhammad Ayub Khan
- Muhammad Zai ul Haq
- Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Answer: Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
Muhammad Ali Jinnah was the first president of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan
Do you know who was the First President of Constituent Assembly? After getting the Independence the very first constituent assembly of Pakistan came into being in 1947. When Pakistan was honored with the separate homeland, they later on demanded with the separate constituent assembly as well. In 1947 the first constituent assembly of Pakistan was established. It lasted till 1954. In this way, the assembly took rule over for almost 7 years. However, the very first session of the first constituent assembly of Pakistan held in Karachi in August 1947. Mr. J.N. Mandal was witnessed to be elected as being the temporary chairman of Constituent Assembly of Pakistan.
Hence, Muhammad Ali Jinnah selected as the First president of the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on 11th August 1947. In addition, the assembly carried out to be based on the two important parties. Name of parties was Muslim League and The Congress Party. The assembly was on the whole based on 100 members. 44 of the members were with the majority from East Bengal. Hence, west Punjab had 17 members and Northwest Frontier had 3 members. Do you know First Constituent Assembly of Pakistan dissolved by?