Muslim League


Muslim League

Muslim League may refer to:

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Political parties in India

  • All India Muslim League, political party founded in 1906 which, under Muhammad Ali Jinnah, led the demand for the partition of India
  • Unionist Muslim League, the autonomous Punjab unit of the All India Muslim League, under the leadership of Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan
  • Indian Union Muslim League, the successor to the All India Muslim League, which ceased to exist after the partition of India in 1947

Political parties in Pakistan

  • Awami Muslim League Pakistan, founded in 2008 by Sheikh Rashid Ahmad after differences with PML-Q
  • Pakistan Muslim League (Jinnah), founded in 1995 by Manzoor Wattoo after anees malik with Hamid Chattha (merged with PML-Q in 2004)
  • All Pakistan Muslim League (APML), founded in 2010 by former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and supporters breaking away from PML-Q
  • Convention Muslim League, a political party created in 1962 to support the regime of Pakistani President Gen. Muhammad Ayub Khan
  • Council Muslim League, a party created by political leaders who opposed Gen. Ayub Khan
  • Muslim League (Qayyum), a party created by Khan Abdul Qayyum Khan when he split with the Council Muslim League to run for the 1970 general elections

Political parties in Eritrea

Others


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