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Pakhtun-khwa Milli Awami Party

Pakthunkwha Milli Awami Party
Leader Mehmood Khan Achakzai
Ideology Democratic socialism
Pashtun nationalism
Political position Left-wing
Colors      Orange
National Assembly
4 / 272
[1]
Balochistan Assembly
14 / 65
[1]

Pukhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (Pashto: پښتونخوا ملي عوامي ګوند‎ / Urdu: پختونخوا ملی عوامی پارٹی‎) (PkMAP) is a Pashtun democratic political party in Pakistan. The moto of PkMAP is to unite Pushtuns of Balochistan, Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas.[2] Mahmood Khan Achakzai is the current party chairman and the then first general Secretary was Abdul Razaq Khan Dotani who not only carried on the mission of Khan shaeed but also got the mazdoor kishan party in pashtunkhaw milli hawami ithihad which later on converted into Pashtunkhaw Milli hawami Party during the era of Mahmood Khan Achakzai being in kabul at the time of gen ziaullahq regime . Abdul Rahim Mondokhail Advocate is the deputy chairman and aa current senator of Pakistan. Sher Ali Bacha was the first Secretary General of Pukhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party. The party boycotted the 2008 general elections in protest of wyhat the party regarded as the unconstitutional election held by president of Pakistan, Pervez Musharaf.

Pukhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party demands equal rights and identity for Pashtuns of Balochistan and demand new province for them.

The area in which the party has influence spreads from Bolan to Chitral.

References

  1. ^ a b GEMC ([Upddated]). "Election Results 2013". Geo Election Monitoring Cell. Retrieved 28 May 2013. 
  2. ^ http://dawn.com/2012/06/26/achakzai-calls-for-new-social-contract/ New Social Contract


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