Khan Shaheed forms the first party called Anjuman e Watan to represent the interests of the Pashtun nation against the colonial occupation of Britain.
To further the autonomy and self-government of Pakhtunkhwa and to defend federalism and democracy in Pakistan, Khan Shaheed Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai creates the Wror Pashtun party.
National Awami Party1956
Wror Pashtun joins in the democratic, federal and Left-popular alliance of political parties in Pakistan called NAP.
Khan Shaheed arrested1958
The first martial law is declared in Pakistan and Khan Shaheed is arrested and jailed on fictitious charges. Khan Shaheed would spend the next 11 years in jail.
NAP reneges on promise of united national provinces. Khan Shaheed separates from NAP and creates Pakhtunkhwa National Awami Party, a national party of Pakhtunkhwa.
Khan Shaheed martyred1973
A luminary of Pashtun national movement and a veteran of anti-imperialist and anti-colonial struggles, Khan Shaheed Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai is martyred in Quetta. His young son Mahmood Khan Achakzai takes leadership of the movements.
Afghan war breaks out. Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party defends the legitimate government of Afghanistan against terrorists, extremists and militias of imperialism.
A new national party by the name of Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party is formed by the merger of Pakhtunkhwa National Awami Party (PNAP) and Mazdoor Kisan Party (MKP).
PMAP and Mahmood Khan Achakzai struggle for maintaining sovereignty of Afghanistan and national reconciliation between all the parties and people in Afghanistan.
As a result of decades of democratic struggle of PMAP and other forces, 18th Constitutional Amendment is passed at the federal level.