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افغان طالبان نے عیدالفطر کے بعد ہندوستان میں جہاد شروع کرنے کا اعلان کردیا


 افغان طالبان نے عیدالفطرکے بعد ہندوستان میں جہاد شروع کرنے کا اعلان کردیا، دہلی دہل گیا۔ اطلاعات کے مطابق افغان طالبان نے ایک پیغام میں عیدالفطر کے بعد باقاعدہ ہندوستان میں جہاد شروع کرنے کا اعلان کردیا ہے، اطلاعات ہیں کہ اعلان کے ساتھ ہی بھارت پرخوف کے سائے امڈ آئے ہیں‌۔نجی ٹی وی کے مطابق اس حوالے سے معروف

صحافی جان اچکزئی نے اہم پیغام ٹویٹ کے ذریعے شیئرکرتے ہوئے افغان طالبان کی طرف سے اس اعلان کو پیش کیا ہے ، یہ بھی بتایا گیا ہےکہ افغان طالبان نے یہ فیصلہ بھارت میں مسلمانوں پرہونے والے مظالم کی وجہ سے کیا ہے۔ نجی ٹی وی کے مطابق افغان طالبان نے یہ فیصلہ بھارت میں آر ایس ایس ، بی جے پی اورایسے ہی دیگردیشت گردتنظیموں کی طرف سے مسلمانوں اوردوسری اقلیتوں پربے تحاشا مظالم ڈھانےکی وجہ سے کیا ہے


، اس کے علاوہ بھارت کی طرف سے کشمیریوں‌ کے قتل عام کا بدلہ بھی لینے کا اعلان کیا گیا ہے۔ آج انٹرویو دیتے ہوئے طالبان کے مذاکراتی وفد کے چیف نے کہا ہے کہ بھارت نے ہمیشہ منفی کردار ادا کیا ہے اور ملک کے غداروں کی حمایت کی ہے۔ اس اعلان میں یہ بھی واضح پیغام دیا گیا ہے کہ افغان طالبان بھارت میں عید کے بعد باقاعدہ جہاد شروع کریں گے اورانتہا پسند ہندووں کی طرف سے ڈھائے جانے والے تمام مظالم کا حساب بھی چکائیں گے


The Afghan Taliban announced the launch of jihad in India after Eid-ul-Fitr

Afghan Taliban announces jihad in India after Eid-ul-Fitr According to reports, the Afghan Taliban have announced in a message that they will launch a regular jihad in India after Eid-ul-Fitr.


Journalist John Achakzai shared the important message through a tweet and presented this announcement by the Afghan Taliban. It was also stated that the Afghan Taliban made this decision due to the atrocities against Muslims in India.

According to private TV, the Afghan Taliban have made this decision due to the indiscriminate atrocities perpetrated on Muslims and other minorities by the RSS, BJP and other similar terrorist organizations in India.


Besides, India has also announced to avenge the massacre of Kashmiris. In an interview today, the head of the Taliban’s negotiating delegation said that India has always played a negative role and supported the country’s traitors.

The announcement also sends a clear message that the Afghan Taliban will launch a regular jihad in India after Eid and account for all atrocities perpetrated by extremist Hindus.

1. Liaquat Ali Khan (1896 – 1951)


 


In Office: 14 August 1947 – 16 October 1951

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Muslim League

Total Duration: 4 Years, 2 Months, 2 Days


 


2. Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin (1894 – 1964)


 


3. Muhammad Ali Bogra (1909 – 1963)


 


In Office: 17 April 1953 – 12 August 1955

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Muslim League

Total Duration: 2 Years, 2 Months, 26 Days


 


4. Chaudhry Muhammad Ali (1905 – 1980)


 


In Office: 12 August 1955 – 12 September 1956

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Muslim League

Total Duration: 1 Year, 1 Month exactly


 


5. Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy (1892 – 1963)


 


In Office: 12 September 1956 – 17 October 1957

Status: Elected democractically

Political Party: Awami League

Total Duration: 1 Year, 1 Month, 5 Days

 


6. Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar (1898 – 1968)


 


In Office: 17 October 1957 – 16 December 1957

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Muslim League

Total Duration: 1 Month, 29 Days


 


7. Sir Feroz Khan Noon (1893 – 1970)


 


In Office: 16 December 1957 – 7 October 1958

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Republican Party

Total Duration: 9 Months, 21 Days

 

Post Abolished: 7 October 1958 – 7 December 1971

Total Duration of Abolishment: 13 Years, 2 Months exactly


 


8. Nurul Amin (1893 – 1974)


 


In Office: 7 December 1971 – 20 December 1971

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League

Total Duration: 13 Days Only

 

Post Abolished: 20 December 1971 – 14 August 1973

Total Duration of Abolishment: 1 Year, 7 Months, 25 Days


 


9. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto (1928 – 1979)


 


In Office: 14 August 1973 – 5 July 1977

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party

Total Duration: 3 Years, 10 Months, 21 Days

 

Post Abolished: 5 July 1977 – 24 March 1985

Total Duration of Abolishment: 7 Years, 8 Months, 19 Day


 


10. Muhammad Khan Junejo (1932 – 1993)


 


In Office: 24 March 1985 – 29 May 1988

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Independent; Pakistan Muslim League

Total Duration: 3 Years, 2 Months, 5 Days

 

Post Abolished: 29 May 1988 – 2 December 1988

Total Duration of Abolishment: 6 Months, 3 Days


 


11. Benazir Bhutto (1953 – 2007)


 


In Office: 2 December 1988 – 6 August 1990

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party

Total Duration: 1 Year, 8 Months, 4 Days


 


 Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi (1931 – 2009)

 


In Office: 6 August 1990 – 6 November 1990

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: None

Total Duration: 3 Months exactly


 


12. Nawaz Sharif (Born 1949)


 


In Office: 6 November 1990 – 18 April 1993

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N), Islami Jamhoori Ittehad *changed later

Total Duration: 2 Years, 5 Months, 12 Days


 


Balakh Sher Mazari (Born 1928)


 


In Office: 18 April 1993 – 26 May 1993

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: None

Total Duration: 1 Month, 8 Days

 

Nawaz’s Second Term:

In Office: 26 May 1993 – 18 July 1993

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Total Duration: 1 Month, 22 Days



 


Moeenuddin Ahmad Qureshi (Born 1930)


 


In Office: 18 July 1993 – 19 October 1993

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: None

Total Duration: 3 Months, 1 Day exactly

 

13. Benazir’s Second Term:

In Office: 19 October 1993 – 5 November 1996

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party

Total Duration: 3 Years, 17 Days


 


Malik Meraj Khalid (1916 – 2003)


 


In Office: 5 November 1996 – 17 February 1997

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: None

Total Duration: 3 Months, 12 Days

 

14. Nawaz’s Third Term:

In Office: 17 February 1997 – 12 October 1999

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Total Duration: 2 Years, 7 Months, 23 Days

 

Post Abolished: 12 October 1999 – 20 November 2002

Total Duration of Abolishment: 3 Years, 1 Month, 8 Days


 


15. Zafarullah Khan Jamali (Born 1944)


 


In Office: 21 November 2002 – 26 June 2004

Status: Acting/Appointed by the President

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)

Total Duration: 1 Year, 7 Months, 5 Days


 


16. Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain (Born 1946)


 


In Office: 30 June 2004 – 20 August 2004

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)

Total Duration: 1 Month, 21 Days


 


17. Shaukat Aziz (Born 1949)


 


In Office: 20 August 2004 – 16 November 2007

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)

Total Duration: 3 Years, 2 Months, 27 Days


 


  • Muhammad Mian Soomro (Born 1950)



In Office: 16 November 2007 – 25 March 2008

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: Pakistan Muslim League (Q)

Total Duration: 4 Months, 9 Days


 


18. Yousaf Raza Gillani (Born 1952)


 


In Office: 25 March 2008 – 19 June 2012

Status: Elected democratically

Political Party: Pakistan Peoples Party

Total Duration: 4 Years, 2 Months, 25 Days


 


19. Raja Pervaiz Ashraf (1950)


 


In Office: 22 June 2012 – 25 March 2013

Status: Assumed Prime Minister’s role when his predecessor, Yousuf Raza Gilani was disqualified by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on contempt of court charges.

Political Party: Pakistan People’s Party

Total Duration: 9 Months, 3 Days


 


Mir Hazar Khan Khoso (1929)


 


In Office: 25 March 2013 – 4 June 2013

Status: Caretaker Prime Minister.

Political Party: Independent

Total Duration: 2 Months, 10 Days


 


20. Mian Muhammad Nazwaz Sharif (1949)


 


In Office: 5 June 2013 – 28 July 2017

Status: Elected Prime Minister.

Political Party: Muslim League (N)

Total Duration: 4 years, 1 month, 23 days


 


21. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi (1958)


 


In Office: 1 August 2017 – 31 May 2018

Status: Caretaker Prime Minister.

Political Party: Muslim League (N)

Total Duration: Parliament elected as the PM and to serve a 50-day period.


 


Nasirul Mulk (1950)


 


In Office: 1 June 2018 – 18 August 2018

Status: Caretaker/Acting

Political Party: None

Total Duration: 2 Months, 18 Days


 


22. Imran Khan (1952)


 


In Office: 18 August 2018 – continued

Status: Elected Prime Minister

Political Party: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Total Duration: Counting


 

  1. Longest Time Served by Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani 4 Years, 2 Months, 25 Days. Beforehand, Liaquat Ali Khan served the longest time as Prime Minister (4 Years, 2 Months, 2 Days). Subsequent to accumulating Nawaz Sharif’s three terms, his length aggregates as long as 4 years, 13 months and 57 days or 5 years, multi-month, and 27 days. Subsequent to amassing Benazir Bhutto’s two terms, her span aggregates as long as 4 years, 8 months, and 21 days. Consequently, both Nawaz Sharif and Benazir Bhutto are the longest non-successively serving PMs.
  2. Briefest Time Served by a Prime Minister: Nurul Amin (13 Days) during 1971 Bangladesh-Pakistan War
  3. Ideological group Having the Most Number of Serving Prime Ministers: 5 from Muslim League
  4. All out Duration of Prime Ministers from Muslim League: 9 Years, 6 Months, 57 Days or in accumulation 9 Years, 7 Months, 27 Days
  5. All out Duration of Democratic Prime Ministers: 30 Years, 51 Months, 254 Days or in accumulation 34 Years, 11 Months, 14 Days
  6. Number of Times Prime Minister Post Abolished: 5 Times
  7. All out Duration of the Post Abolishment: 24 Years, 24 Months, 53 Days or in accumulation 26 Years, 1 Month, 23 Days
  8. Longest Post Abolishment Period: 13 Years, 2 Months during Zia-ul-Haq’s autocracy
  9. Most brief Post Abolishment Period: 6 Months, 3 Days after the passing of Zia-ul-Haq
  10. Number of Times Caretakers Came: 6 Times
  11. Longest Time Served by a Caretaker: Muhammad Mian Soomro (4 Months, 9 Days)
  12. Most brief Time Served by a Caretaker: Balkh Sher Mazari (1 Month, 8 Days)
  13. Absolute Duration of Caretakers’ Terms: 17 Months, 10 Days or in accumulation 1 Year, 5 Months, and 10 days.