Presidents of Pakistan (First to Last)

 

Name Took office Left office Birth/ Death Party Picture
Sikander Mirza 23 March 1956 27 October 1958 (1899–1969) Republican Party Sikander Mirza
Ayub Khan 27 October 1958 25 March 1969 (1907– 1974) Ayub Khan
Yahya Khan 25 March 1969 20 December 1971 (1917–1980) Yahya Khan
Zulfikar Ali
Bhutto
20 December 1971 13 August 1973 (1928– 1979) Pakistan Peoples Party Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Fazal Ilahi
Chaudhry
14 August 1973 16 September 1978 Fazal Ilahi
Chaudhry
Pakistan Peoples Party
Muhammad
Zia-ul- Haq.
16 September 1978 17 August 1988 (1924–1988) Muhammad Zia-ul- Haq
Ghulam Ishaq
Khan
17 August 1988 18 July 1993 (1915–
2006)
Independent Ghulam Ishaq Khan

 

 

Wasim Sajjad 18 July 1993 14 November 1993 1941 (Acting President)

Pakistan Muslim League (N)

Wasim Sajjad
Farooq Leghari 14 November 1993 2 December 1997 (1940–2010) Pakistan Peoples Party

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wasim Sajjad 2 December 1997 1 January 1998 1941 Pakistan Muslim League (N) Wasim Sajjad
Muhammad Rafiq
Tarar.
1 January 1998 20 June 2001 1929 Pakistan Muslim League (N) Muhammad Rafiq Tarar
Pervez Musharraf 20 June 2001 18 August 2008 Pakistan Muslim League (Q)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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