National Awami Party (Wali)

National Awami Party (Wali)

National Awami Party (Wali)

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The National Awami Party was formed after a split between Maulana Bhashani and Khan Wali Khan ostensibly over Bhashani's siding with China and Professor Muzaffar Ahmed along with Khan Abdul Wali Khan sided with U.S.S.R in the Sino-Soviet split. The party was later named National Awami Party (NAP) after the separation of East Pakistan.

The NAP was banned twice during its eight-year-long existence, the first time under Yahya Khans government in 1971 and the second time in 1975 by Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's government. It was then resurrected under the name National Democratic Party, from which in turn was formed the Awami National Party.

The Party represented left wing views in Pakistan and its core politics was based on the disbanding of the One Unit, restoration of adult franchise (1967–1970), land reforms, protection of tenants' rights, redistribution of wealth through nationalisation, Pakistan becoming a weak confederacy as well as the holding of fair elections, protection of an independent judiciary and freedom of the press.The Emergence of the Federal Pattern in PakistanMalik Journal of Asian and African...
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