PakVoter Quiz: Feb 2018 - Political IQ . Test your knowledge of Pakistan's Politics in a 5-min quiz of 20 questions and 100 marks in total. Share your test result on Facebook or Twitter. Get your certificate when you pass the test or retake it if you don't. Your Name What do you do? (Optional) Your Email (Optional) Pakistan withdrew from CENTO in197719791975When was Pakistan People’s Party established?August 1967December 1967January 1968When Simla Agreement was signed?2nd July 19721st Feburary 19755th June 1974Who suspended the Constitution of 1973?General Zia-ul-HaqYahya KhanZulfiqar Ali BhuttoEast Pakistan became an independent entity inJanuary 1970November 1973December 1971The Legal Frame Work Order, which amended a constitution of Pakistan unilaterally was issued byAyub KhanYahya KhanZia-ul-HaqWhen did General Zia Impose Martial Law?5 July 19777 July 197810 June 1977Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan was leader ofUnionist partyMuslim LeaguePakistan Tehreek e InsafOn 7th August, Muhammad Ali Jinnah left India for the last time and flew toQuettaLahoreKarachiUnder 1956 Constitution, Parliament was?BicameralUnicameralUnder which constitution of Pakistan, there was no concept of council of common interest196219561973Party which raised objection to the Objectives Resolution in the first constituent assembly was?Pakistan National CongressKhasksar PartyNational Awami PartyWho was practically running the administration of the country after the death of Quaid-e-Azam?Interior MinisterGovernor GeneralPrime MinisterThe 68 member first constituent Assembly comprised?14 Hindu Member12 Hindu Member13 Hindu MemberWho was the first President of the constituent Assembly?Moulvi Tamiz-ud-Din KhanLiaqat Ali KhanQuaid-e-AzamTotal members of first Constituent Assembly was?986878Which was the important bill passed by the first constituent assembly?Objectives Resolution ActRepresentation ActPublic Representative Offices Disqualification ActThe Basic principles committee formed in 1949 issued its first report on?195119491950Under the 1962 constitution, central and provincial legislatures had vast powers and they could only be challenged in?Supreme CourtNowhereHigh CourtIn the 1962 constitution, the cabinet was responsible to?National AssemblyLegislaturePresidentTime is Up!