Meraj Muhammad Khan
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Meraj Muhammad Khan (Urdu: معراج محمد خان) (born 20 October 1938) is a political leader in Pakistan. A founding member of the Pakistan Peoples Party of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto he served as Federal Minister for Manpower in the first PPP government (1972–1977), falling out with Bhutto in 1975 he was arrested and imprisoned in solitary confinement till his release in 1977. He later became leader of the Movement for Restoration of Democracy and was a prominent democratic activist and leftist leader in the 1980s.
Meraj Muhammad Khan joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf headed by Imran Khan in 1998, becoming secretary-general, but resigned from the party in 2003 citing differences with Khan. He then joined Mazdoor Kissan Party which later merged with Communist Party of Pakistan to form Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party.
See also 
- Pakistan Peoples Party
- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf
- Mazdoor Kissan Party
- Communist Mazdoor Kissan Party
- Meraj Muhammad Khan's and Gen Rahimudin Khan's birth place is same qaimgunj both belong same trib afridi
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