The Prime Minister of Pakistan is a popularly elected politician who is a Pakistani government executive. The Prime Minister is charged with leading the government through his appointed federal cabinet, and formulating national policies to ensure the protection of the interests of the nation and the people through the Council of Interests. common interests as well as making a decision calling for bicameral elections to the Pakistani Parliament. Since 1947, Pakistan has had eighteen prime ministers, except appointed interim prime ministers, who are only tasked with overseeing the system until the end of the electoral process. In Pakistan’s parliamentary system, the prime minister is sworn in by the president and is usually the president or president of the party or coalition that holds the majority in the National Assembly, the lower house of the Pakistani parliament. Here is the Pakistan Prime Minister List.
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|Name||Took Incharge||Left Incharge||Political Party|
|Liaquat Ali Khan||14 August 1947||16 October 1951||Muslim League|
|Sir Khawaja Nazimuddin||17 October 1951||17 April 1953||Muslim League|
|Mohammad Ali Bogra||17 April 1953||12 August 1955||Muslim League|
|Chaudhry Mohammad Ali||12 August 1955||12 September 1956||Muslim League|
|Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy||12 September 1956||17 October 1957||Awami League|
|Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar||17 October 1957||16 December 1957||Muslim League|
|Sir Feroze Khan Noon||16 December 1957||7 October 1958||Republican Party|
|Nurul Amin||7 December 1971||20 December 1971||Pakistan Muslim League|
|Zulfikar Ali Bhutto||14 August 1973||5 July 1977||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Muhammad Khan Junejo||24 March 1985||29 May 1988||Independent|
|Benazir Bhutto||2 December 1988||6 August 1990||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Nawaz Sharif||6 November 1990||18 July 1993||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Benazir Bhutto||19 October 1993||5 November 1996||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Nawaz Sharif||17 February 1997||12 October 1999||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali||23 November 2002||26 June 2004||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)|
|Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain||30 June 2004||26 August 2004||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)|
|Shaukat Aziz||28 August 2004||15 November 2007||Pakistan Muslim League (Q)|
|Yousaf Raza Gillani||25 March 2008||19 June 2012||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Raja Pervaiz Ashraf||22 June 2012||24 March 2013||Pakistan Peoples Party|
|Nawaz Sharif||5 June 2013||28 July 2017||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Shahid Khaqan Abbasi||1 August 2017||31 May 2018||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
|Imran Khan||18 August 2018||10 April 2022||Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf|
|Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif||11 April 2022||In-charge||Pakistan Muslim League (N)|
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