Pak Studies MCQs 1957 to 1972

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  1. On ____________ Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardhy resigned as prime minister of Pakistan.
    1. 1957 14 October
    2. 1957 10 September
    3. 1957 7 August
    4. 1957 23 March
  1. Hussain Shaheed Suhrawardhy was succeeded by __________, who formed a Re- publican Party ministry.
    1. Iskander Mirza
    2. Firoze Khan Noon
    3. Manzur Qadir
    4. None
  1. On 7 October 1958, President Iskander Mirza:
    1. imposed martial law
    2. dissolved all legislative assemblies
    3. dismissed Prime Minister Firoze Khan Noon
    4. All of the above
  1. President Iskander Mirza imposed martial law and appointed Commander-in-Chief ________ as chief martial-law administrator on 7 October 1958
    1. Ayub Khan
    2. Ghulam Muhammad
    3. Qadir Baloch
    4. None
  1. On __________ President Iskander Mirza was removed from office and General Ayub Khan assumed the presidency.
    1. 7 October 1958
    2. 17 October 1958
    3. 27 October 1958
    4. None
  1. On 1959 24 January Land reforms were announced by President Ayub Khan, under which no person could own or possess more than:
    1. 500 acres of irrigated land
    2. 1,000 acres of unirrigated land.
    3. Option A or B
    4. None
  1. The ___________ was signed in Karachi by Jawaharlal Nehru, prime minister of India, and Muhammad Ayub Khan on 19 September 1960.
    1. Kashmir issue
    2. Indus Waters Treaty
    3. Seize fire Treaty
    4. None

  1. On 25 September 1960 Former Prime Minister __________ died in London.
    1. Jinnah
    2. Chundrigar
    3. Iskander Mirza
    4. None
  1. On __________ 1960 The cabinet approved the master plan for Islamabad, the new capital of Pakistan.
    1. 26 October
    2. 12 September
    3. 11 September
    4. None
  1. The Muslim Family Laws Ordinance was introduced on:
    1. 1961 23 March
    2. 1961 2 March
    3. 1961 30 June
    4. 1961 31 July
  1. On 13 July 1961 In Washington, President Ayub Khan of Pakistan and President __________ of the United States signed a joint communiqué, ensuring close cooperation between the two countries.
    1. Dwight D. Eisenhower
    2. John F. Kennedy
    3. Diego Cordovez
    4. None
  1. On __________ A new constitution was introduced, with extensive powers given to the president.
    1. 1962 2 January
    2. 1962 2 March
    3. 1962 23 March
    4. None
  1. On 18 October 1962 Former Foreign Minister __________ was sworn in as the chief justice of West Pakistan High Court.
    1. Manzur Qadir
    2. Abdul Monem Khan
    3. Ghulam Farouque
    4. None
  1. On 28 December 1962 __________ announced “complete agreement in principle” on the alignment of their Himalayan border.
    1. Pakistan and India
    2. Pakistan and China
    3. Pakistan and Afghanistan
    4. None

  1. On 1963 23 January Foreign Minister ___________ died of heart failure in Dacca.
    1. Muhammad Ali Bogra
    2. Manzur Qadir
    3. Khurshid Ahmad
    4. None
  1. On 16 February 1963 Minister of Industries ____________ was appointed minister of foreign affairs.
    1. Abdul Qadir
    2. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    3. Manzur Qadir
    4. None
  1. On _________ President Ayub Khan joined the Muslim League as the party’s president.
    1. 23 March 1963
    2. 12 April 1963
    3. 22 May 1963
    4. None
  1. On _________ The first group of government employees moved from Karachi to Islamabad, the new capital of Pakistan.
    1. 25 March 1963
    2. 14 August 1963
    3. 11 September 1963
    4. 25 October 1963
  1. On 25 December 1963 The National Assembly approved the_____________, which amended the 1962 Constitution, making civil rights enforceable in the courts.
    1. Constitution amendment Bill
    2. Fundamental Rights Bill
    3. Civil Bill
    4. None
  1. On 1964 6 January the government declared __________ an illegal organization and banned all its activities.
    1. Muslim League
    2. Nizam-i-Islam
    3. Jamaat-e-Islami
    4. National Awami Party
  1. On 19 August 1964 The Muslim League named __________ as its candidate for the presidential election, scheduled for January 1965.
    1. Ayub Khan
    2. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    3. Mujeeb-ur-Rehman
    4. None

  1. On 20 September 1964 The Combined Opposition Party (COP) nominated __________ as its candidate for the presidential election, scheduled for January 1965.
    1. Khawaja Nazimuddin
    2. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    3. Fatima Jinnah
    4. None
  1. On 1965 1 January the first presidential election was held under the:
    1. Indian Act 1935
    2. 1962 Constitution
    3. 1956 Constitution
    4. None
  1. On ___________ President Ayub Khan was sworn in for his second term as president.
    1. 17 January 1965
    2. 14 February 1965
    3. 23 March 1965
    4. None
  1. On __________ Indian and Pakistani troops fought a major battle in the Rann of Kutch.
    1. 23 April 1965
    2. 23 March 1965
    3. 1 January 1965
    4. None
  1. On __________ Pakistan declared war on India, and India attacked West Pakistan at several points, including the city of Lahore.
    1. 28 August 1965
    2. 6 September 1965
    3. 11 September 1965
    4. None
  1. On 1966 10 January President Ayub Khan of Pakistan and Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri of India signed the ____________ “affirming their obligation . . . not to have recourse to force and to settle their disputes through peaceful means.”
    1. Tashkent Declaration
    2. Indus water Treaty
    3. Kashmir cause
    4. None
  1. Who presented the “six-point program” for gaining autonomy for Pakistan’s federating provinces?
    1. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    2. Fatima Jinnah
    3. Mujibur Rahman
    4. None

  1. On ___________ Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan resigned as the president of Pakistan.
    1. 1969 25 March
    2. 1969 23 March
    3. 1969 14 April
    4. None
  1. Ayub Khan was replaced by:
    1. General Gul Hassan
    2. General Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan
    3. General Tikka Khan
    4. None
  1. General Yahya Khan:
    1. abrogated the Constitution of 1962
    2. dissolved the National and Provincial Assemblies
    3. placed Pakistan under martial law.
    4. All of the above
  1. On 1970 20 March President Yahya Khan announced the___________, which prescribed the ground rules for transferring power back to civilian authorities.
    1. Legal Framework Order
    2. Fundamental Rights Bill
    3. Civil Bill one
    4. None
  1. On ___________ 1970 Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan died of a heart attack at his home in Islamabad.
    1. 13 March
    2. 19 April
    3. 21 May
    4. None
  1. Field Marshal Muhammad Ayub Khan reminded President of Pakistan from:
    1. 1956 to 1970
    2. 1956 to 1969
    3. 1958 to 1969
    4. None
  1. On 7 December 1970 Elections were held for the National Assembly. _______seats in the assembly were captured by the Awami League.
    1. 300
    2. 160
    3. 81
    4. None

  1. On 1971 21 March _____________ was arrested by the army in Dacca. Military operations were started against the Awami League followers.
    1. Mujibur Rahman
    2. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    3. A. Rahim
    4. None
  1. On ___________Indian troops moved into East Pakistan and began to advance toward Dacca.
    1. 16 December 1971
    2. 16 November 1971
    3. 28 November 1971
    4. None
  1. On ___________The Pakistani Army surrendered to Lieutenant General Jagjit Singh Aurora of the Indian Army in a ceremony held in Dacca.
    1. 16 December 1971
    2. 16 November 1971
    3. 28 November 1971
    4. None
  1. On 20 December 1971 ____________was sworn in as the president of Pakistan.
    1. Yahya Khan
    2. General Zia ul-Haq
    3. Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
    4. None
  1. On ___________ The National Assembly was convened in Islamabad to frame a new constitution for Pakistan.
    1. 4 April 1972
    2. 3 January 1972
    3. 3 March 1972
    4. None

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