Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak
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|Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak|
|10th Governor of North-West Frontier Province|
15 February 1973 – 24 May 1974
|President||Zulfikar Ali Bhutto
Fazal Ilahi Chaudhry
|Preceded by||Arbab Sikandar Khan|
|Succeeded by||Syed Ghawas|
|Born||5 April 1908
|Died||October 10, 2008
He was the President of Pakistan Movement in U.K with Dr. Abdur Rahim as Vice President and Chaudhry Rehmat Ali as Secretary. This Organisation gave the world the name "PAKISTAN". He served closely with Dr Khan Sahib in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa's provincial government during his career as a civil servant, and after the independence of Pakistan in 1947 he was posted to Afghanistan where he played a key role in the failed negotiations for a confederation between Pakistan and Afghanistan. In the 1970 elections he was elected as an independent to the KPK Provincial Assembly from Karak. He became speaker of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Assembly in 1972. He also served as Governor of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa briefly after the ouster of the NAP-JUI governor as well twice posted as ambassador.
Nominated to Zia ul Haqas Majlis-e-Shura he became a trusted political confidante of the Martial Law ruler.
He was elected MNA from his constituency and served as deputy Prime Minister to Prime Minister Junejo. After the restoration of Democracy in 1988 he joined the Pakistan Muslim League but was defeated in the 1988 elections. Re-elected again in 1990 he again served as Federal Minister in Nawaz Sharifs first government. Defeated in the 1993 elections, he left the PML shortly before the 1997 election over a difference in party tickets for his grandson and son in law. He died on the 10 October 2008 after a long illness.
- 'A Pathan Odyssey' by Muhammad Aslam Khattak
- Aslam Khattak A man for all seasons
-  A story of a Khattak
- Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak's obituary
Arbab Sikandar Khan
|Governor of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa
Muhammad Khan Junejo
|Interior Minister of Pakistan