Muhammad Khan Junejo :Pakistani Ex-Prime Minister Sindhi lord. Muhammad Khan Junejo on being nominated the Prime Minister promised the nation that he would lift the Martial Law and would restore a civilian government at the earliest.
position was weak and vulnerable under the constitutional amendments
made by Zia, which made the position of the President paramount and
that of the Prime Minister subordinate. Despite his weak position
Junejo after being sworn in as the Prime Minister carried out his
promise of lifting the Martial Law and the restoration of the
fundamental rights, but at the price of the eighth Amendment and
validating the Revival of the Constitutional Order (RCO).
Muhammad Khan Junejo after coming to power introduced a five-point program in December 1985. The program was multi dimensional in nature. The main objective was to induct a new and progressive civilian order, establish institutions of social justice, introduce an egalitarian economy, increase employment opportunities, strike hard at corruption and other social evils, liberate at least fifty per cent of the people from illiteracy, and to start socio economic development of the country.
Government of Muhammad Khan Junejo
After the lifting of Martial Law, Junejo tried to take a course
independent of Zia. He annoyed military generals by withdrawing big
staff cars form them and replacing them with small cars. He tried to
conduct an independent foreign policy, particularly on Afghanistan,
by taking into confidence and consulting leaders of the political
parties, including Benazir, the leader of the PPP. His government
even tried to probe into the military fiasco at the Ojheri Camp near
Islamabad on the April 10, 1988, which resulted in the death and
serious injuries to a large number of civilians. This probe perhaps
became the immediate cause for the dismissal of his government.
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Road goes along the river Kunhar, meandering now to one side and now to the other. But keeping most to the bed of the valley and never too far above the bank of the stream except in the very first state.
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