Ayub Khan (general)

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Ayub Khan
ایوب خان
Muhammed Ayub Khan 1972.jpg
Muhammed Ayub Khan 1972
2nt Preses o Pakistan
In office
27 October 1958 – 25 Mairch 1969
Precedit bi Iskander Mirza
Succeedit bi Yahya Khan
Meenister o the Interior
In office
23 March 1965 – 17 August 1965
Precedit bi Khan Habibullah Khan
Succeedit bi Chaudhry Ali Akbar Khan
Meenister o Defence
In office
28 October 1958 – 21 October 1966
Precedit bi Muhammad Ayub Khuhro
Succeedit bi Afzal Rahman Khan
In office
24 October 1954 – 11 August 1955
Precedit bi Muhammad Ali Bogra
Succeedit bi Chaudhry Muhammad Ali
Commander-in-Chief o the Pakistan Airmy
In office
16 Januar 1951 – 27 October 1958
Precedit bi Douglas Gracey
Succeedit bi Muhammad Musa
8t Prime Meenister o Pakistan
In office
24 October 1958 – 27 October 1958
Precedit bi Feroz Khan Noon
Succeedit bi Nurul Amin
Personal details
Born Muhammad Ayub Khan
14 Mey 1907(1907-05-14)
Rehana, Haripur Destrict o North-Wast Frontier Province, Breetish Indie
(nou in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan)
Dee'd 19 Apryle 1974(1974-04-19) (aged 66)
Islamabad, Pakistan
Poleetical pairty Pakistan Muslim League
Bairns Gohar Ayub
Nasim
Begum Nasim Aurangzeb
Alma mater Aligarh Muslim Varsity
Ryal Militar College, Sandhurst
Religion Islam
Awairds Hilal-i-Jur'at
Hilal-e-Pakistan
Nishan-e-Pakistan
Militar service
Allegiance  Indie
 Pakistan
Service/branch  Indie Airmy
 Pakistan Airmy
Years o service 1928–1958
Rank OF-10 Pakistan Army.svg Field Marshal
Unit Infantry (1st Battalion, 14t Punjab Regiment) 5 Punjab (Sherdils)
Commands Commander-in-Chief, Pakistan Airmy
Deputy Commander-in-Chief,Pakistan Airmy
GOC o Pakistan Airmed Forces Eastern Command
Waziristan Brigade, Breetish Indian Airmy
14t Airmy Diveesion, Pakistan Airmy
Adjutant General, General Headquarters, Pakistan Airmy
Battles/wars Warld War II
Waziristan campaign (1936–1939)
Burma Campaign
Indo-Pak War o 1965

Mohammed Ayub Khan (Urdu: محمد ایوب خان‎; 14 Mey 1907 –19 Aprile 1974), widely kent as Ayub Khan, wis the first native fower-starn general an the anly Field Marshal o Pakistan Airmy. He wis the first militar dictator an an aa the sel-appointit seicont Preses of Pakistan that assumed pouer in the 1958 Pakistani coup d'état, servin in office till his forced resignation amid a popular uprisin in 1969.[1]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "Muhammad Ayub Khan the Second President of Pakistan". Pakistan Herald.com. Retrieved 16 November 2011. , Retrieved 25 August 2015