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ATTIQUR RAHMAN LIEUTENANT GENERAL (RETIRED)

ATTIQUR RAHMAN, LIEUTENANT GENERAL (RETIRED) (1928-1996) Attiqur Rahman was one of the many army generals who held important political positions after leaving active service In 1970, he was appointed governor of West Pakistan by the government of President Agha Muhammad Yahya Khan Rahman replaced Air Marshal Nur Khan, who held that position for several months following the imposition of martial law in March 1969 Rahman was the last person to hold this job; it was during his tenure that the decision was made to break up West Pakistan into four provinces-Balochistan, the Northwest Frontier, Punjab, and Sindh

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