Ayub Khan

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Ayub Khan

Mohammed. 1907--74, Pakistani field marshal; president of Pakistan (1958--69)
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Mohammad Iqbal as Chairman and Mirza Ghulam Mohammad Vice Chairman, whereas PTI nominated Qazi Yasir Gujjar and Mohammad Ayub Khan.
Rawalpindi -- The Benazir Bhutto murder case was heard by judge Mohammad Ayub Khan in which a witness Inspector Tariq Ilyas appeared before the court and recorded his statement.
Prosecutor then read out the written statement of Deputy Director Mines Mohammad Ayub Khan stating that he was threatened for losing his services in case Naheed Khan (Proprietor) failed to seek challans.
Mohammad Ayub Khan, a shopkeeper at vegetable market in Khost City, said authority had pledged to build warehouses but it could not be materialized yet.
After a pause he named late former president Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan, who ruled Pakistan from 1958-1969.
The World Bank had brokered the Indus Water Treaty between India and Pakistan and was signed by the then Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and the then Pakistan President Mohammad Ayub Khan in Karachi in 1960 giving powers to the latter for monitoring the usage of three rivers-Indus, Jehlum and Chenab from Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan.
His book also contains an account of machinations by the ascendant forces of the civil-military bureaucracy against democracy in Pakistan, that culminated in the abrogation of the 1956 Constitution and coming into power of Pakistan's first military ruler, General Mohammad Ayub Khan, in 1958.
Mohammad Ayub Khan, a district police chief, was quoted by the AFP news agency as saying a three-member team had been formed to investigate the attack.
He recalled that he had made the announcement from the Radio Pakistan - Hyderabad regarding popular address of the then president Mohammad Ayub Khan, to the nation from the PBC Rawalpindi.
The lawyers' community of district Mardan had started strike and boycott of the district courts when a junior Khashif Khan was stopped from entering the court premises by police personnel at the time of entry of the car of District and Session Judge Mardan Mohammad Ayub Khan following by hot words between the said lawyer and police officials.
The other winners of the Guest Miles include Mohammad Ayub Khan, Suhail Seddiqi and Frederico Lobo.
He said that he has the distinction that he made the announcement from the Radio Pakistan - Hyderabad regarding the famous address of then President Mohammad Ayub Khan to the nation from the PBC Rawalpindi in which the President announced that India had attacked on Paksitan.