Pakistani Political Parties

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What comes in your mind when you firstly think about the Pakistani political parties? Well the parties normally mean the collaboration and unity that would help the nation to move shoulder to shoulder and work for the betterment of the nation.

Pakistani Political Parties

In Pakistan the success can just be made possible when all the parties will merely work together like a closed wrist and focus just on the bright and prosperous future of Pakistan. Presently, there are six political parties that are working within the Pakistan.

  • Pakistan Peoples Party
  • Pakistan Muslim League (N)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
  • Muttahida Qaumi Movement
  • Awami National Party
  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf

Let’s talk in detail regarding the beginning and background of these Pakistani political parties.

This party was foremost commenced on 30th November, 1967 by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. He was the first chairman of this party and hence the 9th Prime Minister of Pakistan as well. This is considered to be one of the biggest political parties in Pakistan. Back in the ear of 1970 this party won the Pakistan General Elections as well. After the death of Zulfiqar Bhutto this party was supervised by his daughter Benazir Bhutto. She was honored with the title of Prime Minister twice times. This party has the maximum seats in National Assembly with the amount of 126. The PPP gains huge sum of vote just through the labor category.

This party has been entitled as “N” that stands for Nawaz. This party has been started by the previous Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif. This party enriches 90 seats in National assembly. This party has all the time supported friendly relations with India, America and European countries.  Mostly urban and business people gave out their vote for this party. Muslim League Nawaz is one of the greatest competitors for PPP.

This is the third biggest party in Pakistan that comprises 53 seats in National Assembly. This party was run by Pervaiz Musharraf and was undertaken in 2002. After the resignation of Pervaiz Musharaf this party loose down all the popularity but still 23% of the votes are given in their favor by the agricultural and farmers divisions.

 This party was formed in 1978 by Altaf Hussain. The main roots of this party fall in the City of Karachi. This party has all the time spoken against the illegal and criminal activities taking place in Karachi. This is one of the top favorite parties in Sindh and therefore they hold back top seats in the Sindh assembly as well. They are the fourth top competitors in the forthcoming elections.

 This party is mostly witnessed in the supervising of Baluchistan and Khyber provinces. In 2008 election this party merely holds 2.0% of votes in their account. But all the improvements and betterments that have been so far witnessed in the Provinces of Baluchistan has been all due to the efforts of Awami National Party.

Last we have the Pakistan Tahreeq-e-Insaf that was founded on 25th April 1996 by Imran Khan in Lahore. This party fully boycott in 2008 elections but now they popularity has been hugely increased in the coming timings and we can say that a new change will arrive in the forthcoming elections.

Other Political Parties

  • Awami National Party
  • Awami Qiadat Party
  • Azmat-e-Islam Movement
  • Balochistan National Congress
  • Balochistan National Democratic Party
  • Balochistan National Party
  • Hazara Qaumi Mahaz
  • Islami Siasi Tehreek
  • Jamiat–e-Mushaikh Pakistan
  • Istiqlal Party
  • Ittehad Milli Hazara
  • Jamaat Ahle Hadith Pakistan (R)
  • Jamhoori Wattan Party
  • Markazi Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (FK)
  • Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (Niazi)
  • Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (Nifaz-e-Shariat)
  • Jamote Qaumi Movement
  • Kakar Jamhoori Party Pakistan
  • Labour Party Pakistan
  • Markazi Jamaat Ahle Hadieth (Zubair)
  • Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadith (Lakhwi Group)
  • Mohajir Qaumi Movement Pakistan
  • Mohajir Ittehad Tehrik
  • Mohajir Kashmir Movement
  • Mohib-e-Wattan Nowjawan Inqilabion Ki Anjuman (MNAKA)
  • Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan
  • National Peoples Party Workers Group
  • National Workers Party
  • Nizam-e-Mustafa Party
  • Pak Wattan Party
  • Pak Muslim Alliance
  • Pakhtoonkhwa Qaumi Party
  • Pakistan Awami Party
  • Pakistan Awami Quwat Party
  • Pakistan Awami Tehreek
  • Pakistan Awami Tehrik-e-Inqilab
  • Pakistan Brohi Party
  • Pakistan Democratic Party
  • Pakistan Freedom Party
  • Pakistan Gharib Party
  • Pakistan Hum Wattan Party
  • Pakistan Ittehad Tehreek
  • Pakistan Jumhuri Aman Party
  • Pakistan Maqsad Himayet Tehrik
  • Pakistan Mazdoor Kissan Party
  • Pakistan Muslim League (N)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Qasim)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Qayyum Group)
  • Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party
  • Pakistan Peoples Party (Shaheed Bhutto)
  • Pakistan People’s Party (Sherpao)
  • Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians
  • Pakistan Progressive Party
  • Pakistan Progressive Party (Suraya Farman Group)
  • Pakistan Sariaki Party
  • Pakistan Shia Political Party
  • Pakistan Social Democratic Party
  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
  • Pakistan Workers Party
  • Punjab National Front
  • Punjab National Party
  • Qaumi Inqilab Party
  • Qaumi Tahaffaz Party
  • Seraiki Sooba Movement Pakistan
  • Shan-e-Pakistan Party
  • Sindh Urban-Rural Alliance
  • Sunni Tehreek
  • Tameer-e-Pakistan Party
  • Tehreek-e-Hussainia Pakistan
  • Tehreek Jamhoriat Pakistan
  • Tehreek-e-Wafaq Pakistan
  • Tehrik-e-Istaqlal (Rehmat Khan Wardag)
  • Tehrik-e-Masawaat
  • Mutthida Majlis-E-Amal Pakistan
  • Islami Tehreek Pakistan
  • Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (S)
  • Jamiat Ulama-e-Islam (F)
  • Jamiat Ulama-e-Pakistan (N)
  • Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan
  • Markazi Jamiat Al- Hadith (Sajid Mir)
  • National Alliance
  • Sindh National Front
  • National Awami Party
  • Balochistan National Party (Awami)
  • Millat Party
  • National Peoples Party
  • Awami Himayat Tehreek Pakistan
  • Swabi Qaumi Mahaz
  • Progressive Democratic Party
  • Pakistan Peoples Party Parliamentarians (Patriots)
  • Pakistan Muslim League
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Q)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (J)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Jinnah)
  • Pakistan Muslim League (F)
  • Pakistan Muslim League(Z)
  • Sindh Democratic Alliance
  • Ghareeb Awam Party
  • Pakistan Fatima Jinnah Muslim League
  • National Party
  • Balochistan National Democratic Party
  • Balochistan National Movement
  • Afghan National Party
  • Pashtoon Quomi Tehreek
  • Tehrik-e-Istiqlal Pakistan (Muhammad Ikram Nagra)
  • Tehrik-e-Istiqlal Pakistan (Muhammad Ikram Nagra)
  • Qaumi Jamhoori Party
  • Pakistan Aman Party
  • Pakistan Peoples Movement
  • General Pervez Musharaf Himayat Tehreek
  • Jamait Ahle-Hadith Pakistan (Elahi Zaheer)
  • Markazi Jamiat Mushaikh Pakistan
  • Pakistan Citizen Movement
  • Pakistan Tehrek-e-Inqalab
  • Roshan Pakistan Party
  • Pakistan Qaumi League
  • Bedar Pakistan
  • Pakistan Tehreek-e-Paigham
  • Pakistan Social Justice Party
  • Pakistan Qaumi Party
  • Azad Pakistan Party
  • Sindh United Party
  • Pakistan Bachao Party
  • Pasban
  • Hazara Democratic Party
  • Christian Progressive Movement
  • Pakistan Muhafiz Party
  • Masih Awami Party
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Sher-e-Bangal)
  • Salam Pakistan Party
  • Tehreek Tabdili Nizam Pakistan
  • Pakistan Green Party
  • Awami Muslim League Pakistan
  • Awami Party (Pakistan)
  • Insaanyat Party (Pakistan)
  • Mustaqbal Pakistan
  • Pakistan National Muslim League
  • Lower Middle Party
  • Pakistan Meo Ittihad
  • Pakistan Qaumi Tehrik-E-Azadi
  • Pakistan Overseas League
  • Jeev-e-Pakistan Party
  • Pakistan Development Party
  • Karwan-i-Millat Pakistan
  • Pakistan Democratic League (PDL)
  • Pakistan Motherland Party
  • Hazara Awami Ittehad
  • Jumiat Ulma-e-Islam(Nazryati), Pakistan
  • Pakistan Ittehad Yaqeen Tanzeem Party
  • Justice and Development Party Pakistan
  • Pakistan Young Blood Christian League
  • Pakistan Muslim League “H” Haqiqi
  • Pakistan Dharti Maan Party
  • Awami Justice Party
  • Pakistan Patriotic Movement
  • Sindh Taraqi Passand Party (STP)
  • Allah-o-Akbar Tehreek
  • Peoples Democratic League
  • Awami Jamhuri Ittehad Pakistan
  • Awami Tehreek Bahali-e-Soba Bahawalpur Pakistan
  • Pakistan Basic Rights Movement
  • Tehreek-e-Suba Hazara

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