There has been no Prime Minister in Pakistan who has completed the five-year term ever since the country was separated from India back in 1947. In fact, the popular saying that goes around at present is that the position on “wazir-e-Azam” in the country is jinxed.
Once again, the country is overrun with chaos as Imran Khan is about to face a no-confidence motion after he tried to dissolve the National Assembly. From military coups to assassinations, the nation’s PMs have seen it all in the years since independence.
Rocky start for the new nation
The nation has seen a frequent change of PM at the top ever since it came out of India back in 1947. Democracy kept struggling to resurface in the Islamic nation with a strong military. There was a constant struggle to take charge between the minor parties and the Muslim League. As a result, there were four Pakistan Prime Ministers between 1951 – 1956.
Democracy continued to be nothing more than a…