List of Chief Ministers of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa

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Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
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Appointer Assembly of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Term length Five years (maximum)
Formation August 23, 1947; 67 years ago

The Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is elected by the Provincial Assembly of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and serves as the head of the provincial government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The current Chief Minister is Parvez Khattak, who was elected to the post after May 2013 elections.

British India (Pre 1947)

Portrait Name Tenure Party
Blank.JPG Sir Sahibzada Abdul Qayyum Khan 1 April 1937 – 7 September 1937 Non-Party Government Nominee
Drkhansahib.jpg Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan[1][2] (1st time) 7 September 1937 – 10 November 1939 Indian National Congress

Governor's Rule: 10 November 1939 – 25 May 1943

Blank.JPG Sardar Aurangzeb Khan 25 May 1943 – 16 March 1945 Muslim League
Drkhansahib.jpg Khan Abdul Jabbar Khan[1][2] (2nd time) 16 March 1945 – 22 August 1947 Indian National Congress

After Pakistan Independence (Post 1947)

Parties
No. Photo Name Took Office Left Office Duration Political Party Governor(s)
1. Blank.JPG Abdul Qayyum Khan[1] August 23, 1947 April 23, 1953 5 years and 8 months Pakistan Muslim League George Cunningham (governor)
Ambrose Flux Dundas
Sahibzada Mohammad Khurshid
Justice K.B Mohammad Ibrahim Khan (acting)
Ibrahim Ismail Chundrigar
Khwaja Shahabuddin
2. Blank.JPG Sardar Abdur Rashid Khan[1] April 23, 1953 July 18, 1955 2 years, 2 months and 25 days Pakistan Muslim League
Qurban Ali Khan
3. Blank.JPG Sardar Bahadur Khan[1] July 19, 1955 October 14, 1955 2 months and 25 days Pakistan Muslim League

Post Abolished: October 14, 1955 - June 30, 1970

Martial Law: July 1, 1970 - May 1, 1972

4. Blank.JPG Mufti Mehmood[1] March 1, 1972 February 15, 1973 11 months & 15 days Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Arbab Sikandar Khan
5. SardarInnayatULLAHKhanGandapur.jpg Sardar Inayatullah Khan Gandapur[1] April 29, 1973 February 16, 1975 1 years, 10 months and 17 days Pakistan Peoples Party Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak
Syed Ghawas

Governor's Rule: February 16, 1975 - May 3, 1975

6. Blank.JPG Nasrullah Khan Khattak[1] May 3, 1975 April 9, 1977 1 year, 11 months and 24 days Pakistan Peoples Party Syed Ghawas
Naseerullah Babar
7. Blank.JPG Muhammad Iqbal Khan Jadoon[1] April 9, 1977 July 5, 1977 1 month and 26 days Pakistan Peoples Party

Martial Law: July 5, 1977 - April 7, 1985

8. Blank.JPG Arbab Jehangir Khan[1] April 7, 1985 May 31, 1988 3 years, 1 month and 24 days Independent Fazle Haq
Abdul Ghafoor Khan
Syed Usman Ali Shah
Fida Mohammad Khan
9. Gen Fazle Haq.jpg Fazle Haq[1] May 31, 1988 December 2, 1988 6 months and 2 days Caretaker
Amir Gulistan Janjua
10. Blank.JPG Aftab Ahmad Sherpao[3][1] (1st time) December 2, 1988 August 7, 1990 1 year, 7 months & 25 days Pakistan Peoples Party
11. Blank.JPG Mir Afzal Khan[1] (acting till 8 Nov 1990) August 7, 1990 July 20, 1993 2 years, 11 months and 17 days Islami Jamhoori Ittehad
Khurshid Ali Khan
12. Blank.JPG Mufti Muhammad Abbas[1] July 20, 1993 October 20, 1993 3 months Caretaker
13. Blank.JPG Pir Sabir Shah[1] October 20, 1993 February 25, 1994 4 months and 5 days Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Governor's Rule: February 25, 1994 - April 24, 1994

14. Blank.JPG Aftab Ahmad Sherpao[3] (2nd time) April 24, 1994 November 12, 1996 2 years, 6 months and 18 days Pakistan Peoples Party Khurshid Ali Khan
Justice Said Ibne Ali (acting)
Arif Bangash
15. Blank.JPG Raja Sikander Zaman[1] November 12, 1996 February 21, 1997 3 months and 9 days Caretaker
16. Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan.jpg Mehtab Ahmed Khan[4][1] February 21, 1997 October 12, 1999 2 years, 7 months, 21 days Pakistan Muslim League (N)
Miangul Aurangzeb

Governor's Rule: October 12, 1999 - November 30, 2002

17 Blank.JPG Akram Khan Durrani[5][6][7] November 30, 2002 October 11, 2007 4 years, 315 days

(Full Term)

Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal Iftikhar Hussain Shah
Khalilur Rehman
Ali Jan Aurakzai[8]
18 Blank.JPG Shamsul Mulk[9] December 9, 2007 March 4, 2008 2 months & 25 days Caretaker
Owais Ahmed Ghani
20. Blank.JPG Ameer Haider Khan Hoti[10][11][12] March 31, 2008 March 20, 2013 4 years, 354 days

(Full Term)

Awami National Party
Syed Masood Kausar[13]
Shaukatullah Khan[14][15]
21. Blank.JPG Justice (R) Tariq Pervez[16][17] March 20, 2013 May 31, 2013 2 Months and 11 days Caretaker
22. Blank.JPG Parvez Khattak[18][19] May 31, 2013 Incumbent 4 years, 357 days Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
Mehtab Ahmed Khan[20][21]

Iqbal Zafar Jhagra[22][23]

See also

External links

  • Functions Of Chief Minister’s Secretariat
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly

References

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