UNITED, AUTONOMOUS PAKHTUNKHWA
DEMOCRACY AND FEDERALISM
Khan Shaheed Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai is born in Qilla Abdullah.
3rd Anglo-Afghan War
3rd Anglo-Afghan War makes a huge impression on Khan Shaheed and awakens Afghan conscience in him.
Shah Amanullah Khan's Visit
Afghan King Amanullah Khan passes Southern Pakhtunkhwa enroute Europe. Khan Shaheed is inspired by the visit.
Khan Shaheed is arrested for the first time by British colonial regime. Khan Shaheed would spend more than 3 decades of his 66 years in British or Pakistani prisons.
Khan Shaheed visits India. He meets Baacha Khan for the first times. Prepares a pamphlet for political reform in British Balochistan/Southern Pakhtunkhwa.
Khan Shaheed presides over the Balochistan Conference in Jacobabad. Khan Shaheed makes close contacts with Baloch political leaders and freedom fighters like Mir Yousaf Magsi.
Arrested and Jailed
Khan Shaheed is arrested and jailed for 3 years in the notorious Mach jail. Khan Shaheed develops close ties with Baloch leader Mir Abdul Aziz Kurd.
Starts Istiqlal newspaper
Khan Shaheed establishes and starts 'Istiqlal' newspaper as it's editor.
Anjuman e Watan
Khan Shaheed forms a political party called 'Anjuman e Watan' and is it's first president.
Baacha Khan Visits
Baacha Khan visits British Balochistan/Southern Pakhtunkhwa and travells all over the region with Khan Shaheed.
Anjuman e Watan starts non-cooperation against British colonial regime and takes part in the Quit India Movement. Khan Shaheed is incarcerted again in 1942.
Arrest and incarceration
Arrested and incarcerted by the newly formed Pakistan government alongside thousands of other Pashtun political workers from N.W.F.P (Northern Pakhtunkhwa) and Southern Pakhtunkhwa.
Wror Pashtun political party is formed. Khan Shaheed is president and Hashim Ghilzay is Gen. Secretary. Starts agitation against one-unit scheme.
National Awami Party
NAP is formed with merger of Wror Pakhtun, Khudai Khitmatgar, Sindh Hari Committee, Sindh Milli Mahaz, Punjab Azad Pakistan Party and Milli League from Bengal.
Martial Law and arrest
First martial law imposed in Pakistan. Khan Shaheed first political prisoner of the military regime and sentenced to 14 years imprisonment. Khan Shaheed would spend 1958-1968 in jail.
Khan Shaheed parts ways with NAP-Wali over the issue of a united Pashtun province and forms a new political party called Pakhtunkhwa National Awami Party.
Khan Shaheed is elected to the provincial assembly seat in Balochistan assembly.
Khan Shaheed Abdul Samad Khan Achakzai is martyred in his Quetta home and is buried in Inayatullah Karez, Gulistan.