3 edition of Abdul Hamid Khan Jatoi, a parliamentarian of Pakistan found in the catalog.
Abdul Hamid Khan Jatoi, a parliamentarian of Pakistan
|Other titles||Abdul Hamid Jatoi in parliament.|
|Statement||compiled by M. Farooq Solangi.|
|Contributions||Solangi, M. Farooq|
|LC Classifications||DS384 .J3682 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 260 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||93930653|
Abdul Hamid Khan Jatoi, a parliamentarian of Pakistan: Selected speeches, by Abdulhamidu Jatoi () Senator Ejaz Ali Khan Jatoi, politician and parliamentarian: Speeches in senate of Pakistan by Ejaz Ali Khan Jatoi () Baba-e-Sindh Hyder Baksh Jatoi, Introduction and excerpts from his writings by Hyder Baksh Jatoi (). General Abdul Hamid Khan, (Urdu: عبد الحمید خان) HQA, SPk, SQA, was a Pakistan Army General. He was the Chief of Staff (COS) Pakistan Army under President General Yahya Khan during the Indo-Pakistani War. His native Village name is Santhal near Pahrianwali Tehsil Phalia District Mandi Baha ud Din. Still have standing their house which was built at that time in the Village Buried at: Lahore.
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Abdul Hamid Khan was born 29 April He attended the Indian Military Academy, Dehra was commissioned a second lieutenant on the Special List 15 July and was initially attached to the Somerset Light Infantry for experience from 11 August His date of commission was later antedated to 28 August and he was promoted Lieutenant 28 November Dr. Khan Sahib (Swat State) (Octo to J ) 2. Sardar Abdur Rasheed Khan (Peshawar District) (J to Ma ) (Workes as Minister for S&GAD, Tribal Affairs, Home, Excise and Taxation, Forests, game and Prisions during Dr Khan Sahib Ministry) 3. Nawab Muzaffar Ali Khan Qazilbash.
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Abdul Hamid Khan Bhashani () was a popular political leader in Pakistan and Bangladesh, a rural based self-educated was the founder and President of the Pakistan. The student agitation of turned into a mass upsurge when Maulana abdul hamid khan bhasani asked his followers to besiege Governors House, and formulated and declared his other programmes.
As a part of joint programmes the National Awami Party (NAP) of Maulana Bhasani, East Pakistan Workers' Federation of Toaha and East Pakistan Peasants.
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His political tenure spanned the British colonial India, Pakistan .