Definition of Zia ul-Haq, Muhammad in English:

Zia ul-Haq, Muhammad

Syllabification: Z·ia ul-Haq, Muhammad
Pronunciation: /ˈzēə o͝ol ˈhäk
 
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( 1924–88), Pakistani general and statesman; president 1978–88. As chief of staff, he led the coup that deposed President Zulfikar Bhutto in 1977. He banned all political parties and introduced strict Islamic laws.

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