National Party (Pakistan)

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National Party
نيشنل پارٹی
Leader Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo
Founder Abdul Hayee Baloch,
Abdul Malik Baloch,
Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo
Founded 2003
Headquarters Quetta, Balochistan
Ideology Baloch nationalism
Social democracy
Political position Centre-left
International affiliation Progressive Alliance[1]
National Assembly
1 / 272
Balochistan Assembly
10 / 65
Politics of Pakistan
Political parties

National Party (Urdu: نيشنل پارٹی‎) is a democratic, centre-left Baloch nationalist political party. It is one of the largest Baloch nationalist parties active in the province of Balochistan, Pakistan along with Balochistan National Party. It traces its legacy from the Kalat State National Party of Mir Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, Mir Gul Khan Nasir and Mir Abdul Aziz Kurd, and is currently headed by Abdul Malik Baloch.


N.P was established in October 2003 when the non-tribal, essentially middle-class Balochistan National Democratic Party (BNDP) led by Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo, son of the Baloch nationalist Ghaus Bakhsh Bizenjo, merged with the non-tribal middle-class nationalist party Balochistan National Movement (BNM) led by Dr. Abdul Hayee Baloch. It is considered to be the successor of the Kalat National Party. Abdul Hayee Baloch became the first chairman of the National Party and Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo became the secretary general of the new party.[3] In 2008, Abdul Malik Baloch was elected as the party president, and is now a member of the Senate of Pakistan.

Election boycott[edit]

The party boycotted the 2008 general elections as a protest against the military operation being conducted in the province at the time. However, Sanaullah Zehri and his followers decided to contest elections forming a faction called NP Parliamentarians.[4] As a result, National Party won one provincial assembly seat with Sanuallah Zehri winning PB-33 Khuzdar-I.

Election 2013[edit]

The party participated in General elections of 2013 and secured victory on 11 seats of Balochistan Provincial Assembly and 1 seat of National Assembly. The government was formed in coalition with PKMAP and PML(N), with the party's MPA and then president Dr Abdul Malik Baloch heading the government as Chief Minister Balochistan. Now Hasil Bezenjo is the president after 4th National congress held in queta. Dr. Malik The CM Balochistan aacting the ruling party of Balochistan.

Congress 2014[edit]

The 4th congress of National Party was conducted on 8 - 10 November 2014 in which Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo was elected party president and Dr Yasin Baloch as Secretary General. The congress also determined the program to organize party all across Pakistan. The constitution was also revised.KPK Organizer Syed Mukhtar Bacha. Panjab Organizer Ayub Malik Sindh Organizer Hassan Nisar was elected and Np Program will be funcioning all over PAkistan.


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  2. ^ a b GEMC ([Upddated]). "Election Results 2013". Geo Election Monitoring Cell. Retrieved 28 May 2013.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  3. ^ Sarfaraz Ahmed. "Balochistan can only be resolved by either amending the Constitution" Daily Times, October 04, 2004
  4. ^ Muhammad Ejaz Khan, "Balochistan polls: divisions of different kind" The News, February 6, 2008

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