Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party

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Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party
پاکستان راہِ حق پارٹی
PresidentHakeem Muhammad Ibrahim Qasmi
FounderIbrahim Khan Qasmi
FoundedFebruary 2012
HeadquartersQasmi Public Secretariat, Mohalla Farooq-e-Azam, Landi Arbab, Peshawar
Islamic fundamentalism
Religious conservatism
Political positionFar-right
ReligionSunni Islam
Punjab AssemblyAssembly dissolved
Election symbol
Iron (Urdu: استری)
Rah e Haq Election Symbol.png
Party flag
Rah-e-Haq Flag.png

Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party (PRHP) (Urdu:پاکستان راہِ حق پارٹی) is a Islamist Politico-Religious Party in Pakistan. It was founded by Ibrahim Khan Qasmi in February 2012.[1]


Hakeem Muhammad Ibrahim Qasmi, a former provincial leader of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, founded the PRHP in Peshawar in February 2012. Qasmi was elected as member of the then NWFP Assembly from then PF-4, a constituency of Peshawar in 2002 Pakistani general election and after being elected he supported Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal, an electoral alliance of six religious parties.[2][3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Rah-e-Haq political party profile". UrduPoint.
  2. ^ "Ominous signs: the rise of Pakistan Rah-e-Haq Party". The News International. 31 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Ghosts from Kurram's sectarian past". Daily Times. 14 July 2018.