Convention Muslim League

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Convention Muslim League
کنونشن مسلم لیگ
LeaderChaudhry Khaliquzzaman[1]
Founded1962 (1962)
Split fromPakistan Muslim League
Election symbol

The Convention Muslim League (CML) was a faction of the Pakistan Muslim League that split-off in 1962, in support of the military regime of the President of Pakistan, General Ayub Khan.[2] The opposition party was known as the Council Muslim League.[2] Convention Muslim League contested presidential election of Pakistan held in 1965. CML's electoral symbol was a rose.

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  1. ^ "From All India Muslim League to Pakistan Muslim League". Pakistan Today. 23 June 2021.
  2. ^ a b Burki, Shahid Javed (19 March 2015). Historical Dictionary of Pakistan. Rowman & Littlefield. p. 148. ISBN 9781442241480.