First Cabinet of Pakistan
On 14 August 1947 Pakistan was established. On 15 August 1947, the first cabinet of Pakistan was sworn in. Initially, only a few members of the cabinet from Pakistan served as ministers in several ministries. The first cabinet of Pakistan consisted of the following prime minister list.
On 15 August 1947, Quaid-i-Azam Jinnah made his oath and became Pakistan’s first General Governor. The oath of Quaid-e-Azam was taken by chief justice Mian Abdur Rasheed. He was a prominent name in the first cabinet of Pakistan. He played an important role in both provincial and Federal key affairs. However, the prime minister list with governers of Pakistan are listed below:
|Liaquat Ali Khan||Prime Minister, Minister of Defense, and for Foreign Affairs
|I.I. Chundrigar||Minister for Commerce, Works, and Industries
|Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar||Minister for Communications|
|Ghulam Muhammad||Minister of Finance|
|Fazlur Rahman||Minister of Interior, Education, and Information|
|Raja Ghazanfar Ali||Minister of Health, Food, and Agriculture (In December he was shifted to Evacuee and Refugee Rehabilitation).|
|Jogendra Nath Mandal||Minister for Labour and Law|
First Governor of Provinces
Jinnah (Governor-General of Pakistan), was appointed governor of the provinces of Pakistan. The first cabinet of Pakistan consisted of the following Governors:
- The Governor of East Bengal was (Frederick Bourne),
- The Governor of Western Punjab was (Sir Francis Mudie),
- Governor of Sindh (Sir Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah),
- Governor of NWFP (Sir George Cunnigham),
- Governor of Balochistan (Lt. General Riaz Hussain) on 1-July 1970.
First Chief Ministers of Provinces
The first cabinet of Pakistan consisted of the following chief ministers:
- Nawab Iftikhar Hussain Khan was appointed as Chief Minister of Punjab on 15 August 1947.
- Khan Abdul Jabbar khan was the 1st chief minister of KPK. He was a member of Congress. But after the referendum in Kpk, he was dismissed, and Abdul Qayyum khan was appointed as chief minister on 23-August 1947.
- Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin was appointed Chief Minister of Bengal on 15-August 1947.
- Muhammad Ayub khuro was appointed Chief Minister of Sindh on 16-August 1947.
- Attaullah Mengal was appointed Chief Minister of Balochistan on 1-May 1972.
As a Governor-General of the Pakistani Republic, Jinnah adopted a special Cabinet resolution to tackle the problems that provincial ministers face, such as
- policy implementations
In Pakistan’s early days, Quaid faced a difficult task but remained committed to his duty, and the nation proved its determination to succeed under his leadership. While it has been a more challenging task for Pakistan, it has continued to show its survival spirit, its capacity to adapt to changing situations under the guidance of Jinnah and his skilled office members. “I have never seen a government as hardworking as the government of Pakistan,“ said James A. Michener, a Pakistani visitor in his early years. It lays itself out with its bootstraps of intellectuals.”
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