An Analysis Of Muttahidamajlis-E-Amal’s Government In Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (2002-2008) In The Light Of Its Election Manifesto

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Muhammad Nawaz Khan , Prof. Dr. Fakhr ul Islam


The politics in Pakistan have been influenced by Islam since its creation. Islam has been considered the raison d'être for the birth of Pakistan. Therefore, the religious parties have always performed a vital role in the politics of Pakistan. Prior to the general election of 2002, the religious political parties had not captured such a glaring electoral victory. In the general election of 2002, the conglomeration of six religious political parties swept the polls of 2002 under the umbrella of MMA with an affective election manifesto. The MMA emerged as third largest alliance in the National Assembly by securing 59 in the house of 342.   Moreover, the MMA got mandate to establish government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) while to be coalition partner with PML-Q in Baluchistan. In this research paper, the author aims to emphasis the MMA government's accomplishments in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the light of its election manifesto.

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