Pak affairs MCQs 1973 to 1988

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  1. On _________The constitution was authenticated by President Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
    1. 1973 12 April
    2. 1973 12 March
    3. 1973 23 March
    4. None
  1. On __________Pakistan’s third constitution came into effect. Bhutto stepped down to become prime minister.
    1. 14 April 1973
    2. 14 August 1973
    3. 23 March 1973
    4. None
  1. Pakistan recognized Bangladesh on:
    1. 1973 22 December
    2. 1974 7 January
    3. 1974 22 February
    4. None
  1. On 11 September 1974 The National Assembly declared the Ahmadiya sect to be a non-Muslim community.
    1. True
    2. False
  1. On 22 May 1976_____________, the Pakistan Army’s most junior lieutenant general, was chosen by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto to be chief of the army staff.
    1. Yahya Khan
    2. Tikka Khan
    3. Zafar Choudhery
    4. Muhammad Zia ul-Haq
  1. On 1977 7 January in a speech in the National Assembly, Prime Minister Bhutto announced as ___________the date for the next general elections
    1. December 25
    2. January 11
    3. March 10
    4. March 7
  1. On 11 January 1977 the ______________was formed by nine political parties to face Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s Pakistan People’s Party.
    1. Pakistan Tahreek-i-Insaaf (PTI)
    2. Muslim league Nawaz (PMLn)
    3. Pakistan National Alliance (PNA)
    4. None

  1. On 10 March 1977 Elections were held for the four provincial assemblies.
    1. False
    2. True
  1. March–July 1977 Agitation against the government launched by the opposition to protest what it said was widespread rigging of the elections gained momentum.
    1. True
    2. False
  1. On 5 July 1977 General Zia ul-Haq, the chief of the Army Staff:
    1. removed Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto from office
    2. declared martial law
    3. appointed himself the chief martial-law administrator.
    4. All of the above
  1. On 3 September 1977 Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was charged with:
    1. Widespread rigging of the elections
    2. Constitutional violation
    3. Conspiracy to murder
    4. Agitation against the government
  1. On ____________ more than 11,000 persons, imprisoned for political reasons by the government of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, were released.
    1. 1978 23 March
    2. 1978 14 February
    3. 1978 1 January
    4. None
  1. On 18 March 1978 in a unanimous opinion of the Lahore High Court, the charges against Zulfikar Ali Bhutto were found to have been “proved to the hilt.” The deposed prime minister and co-defendants were sentenced to death.
    1. False
    2. True
  1. On 25 July 1978 the martial law administration published a __________, reporting the results of its inquiry into the conduct of the Bhutto government during the 1977 election.
    1. white paper
    2. Press release
    3. Judicial
    4. None

  1. On ___________ General Zia ul-Haq, the chief martial-law administrator (CMLA), was sworn in as Pakistan’s President.
    1. 16 August 1978
    2. 16 September 1978
    3. 14 August 1978
    4. None
  1. General Zia ul-Haq is Pakistan’s_______ president.
    1. Fourth
    2. Seventh
    3. Sixth
    4. None
  1. General Zia ul-Haq replaced_________ as president of Pakistan.
    1. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    2. Mumtaz Ali Bhutto
    3. Hafizullah Amin
    4. Fazal Elahi Chaudhry
  1. On 12 March 1979 Pakistan announced its decision to withdraw from the____________, the last of its remaining alliances with the Western world.
    1. United Nation Organization (UNO)
    2. World Trade Organization (WTO)
    3. Central Treaty Organization (CENTO)
    4. None
  1. On _________ Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was executed in Rawalpindi’s central prison.
    1. 4 April 1979
    2. 5 January 1979
    3. 27 December 1979
    4. None
  1. On _________ President Zia ul-Haq announced his government’s decision to hold elections for local bodies on a nonparty basis.
    1. 23 March 1979
    2. 23 August 1979
    3. 14 August 1979
    4. None
  1. On 16 October 1979 President Zia ul-Haq announced:
    1. A number of Islamization measures
    2. The decision to indefinitely postpone general elections set for November 17 1979
    3. Both A&B
    4. None

  1. The Zakat and Ushr Ordinance (No. XVII of 1980) was promulgated on:
    1. 20 June 1980
    2. 30 June 1980
    3. 1 July 1980
    4. None
  1. On 19 January 1984 the countries belonging to the Organization of the Islamic Conference met for their fourth summit at Casablanca. President Zia ul- Haq played a prominent role in getting __________readmitted to the organization.
    1. Saudi Arabia
    2. Iran
    3. Egypt
    4. None
  1. On ___________ The election schedule was announced by President Zia ul-Haq.
    1. 12 January 1985
    2. 1 January 1985
    3. 25 February 1985
    4. None
  1. On 23 March 1985____________was invited by General Zia ul-Haq to form a civilian Cabinet.
    1. Benazir Bhutto
    2. Muhammad Khan Junejo
    3. Ghulam Mustafa Jatoi
    4. None
  1. On 1 July 1985 the economy was declared to be in conformity with:
    1. Modern practices
    2. Western rules
    3. Islam
    4. None
  1. On 30 December 1985 Zia ul-Haq:
    1. Lifted Martial law
    2. Announced election schedule
    3. Re-elected himself as President
    4. None
  1. On 13 December 1986 the Pakistani government launched an operation to remove ____________from Sohrab Goth in Karachi.
    1. Urdu Speakers families
    2. 20,000 Afghan refugees
    3. Bengali refugees
    4. None

  1. On 1987 25 February __________round of “proximity talks” between the governments of Pakistan and Afghanistan began in Geneva.
    1. Seventh
    2. Eighth
    3. Sixth
    4. None
  1. On 29 May 1988 President Zia ul-Haq:
    1. dismissed the government of Prime Minister Junejo
    2. dissolved the National Assembly
    3. ordered new elections to be held within 90 days.
    4. All of the above
  1. On _________ President Zia ul-Haq was killed in a plane crash near the city of Bahawalpur in south Punjab.
    1. 17 August 1988
    2. 31 May 1988
    3. 29 May 1988
    4. None
  1. After the death of Zia ul-Haq ___________ was appointed chief of the Army Staff.
    1. General Pervez Musharraf
    2. General Mirza Aslam Beg
    3. General Abdul Qadir Baloch
    4. None

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