Pakistan current affairs MCQS 2021 Solved

Here are New 2021 Pakistan current affairs MCQS with Answers that are free to read and free to download in PDF format. Pakistan Affairs MCQs are helpful in all kind of Job tests Preparations like CSS, PPSC, FPSC, NTS and other Jobs. However Now a days every job test syllabus from PPSC, FPSC, NTS, WAPDA, PIA and other Government and private mentioned the Pakistan and Current Affairs Portion ranging from 10-30 Percent in the written test.

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Pakistan Affairs MCQ’s

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Which monument is inscribed the on the back of 5,000 note:

Faisal Mosque

When did Simla agreement signed :


Comrade’s editor was:

Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar

Who is the Author of “Pakistan a hard country ” ?

Anatol Lieven

First Commander-in-Chief of Pakistan was:

Frank Messervy

Who replaced Nazimuddin as PM?

Mohammad Ali Bogra

Which Round table Conference Iqbal did not attend:


Nadwatul Uloom was founded in which year ?


Purpose of Cripps Mission was:

to get support for WWII

1st Sindh CM after independence:

Muhammad Ayub Khuhro