Founding Father of modern Pakistan. He served the country as its first Prime Minister from 1947 until his assassination in 1951.
He attended Oxford University's Exeter College before becoming an attorney.
Pakistan's longest serving Prime Minister, he spent 1,524 days in power.
His father, Nawab Rustam Ali Khan, possessed the titles of Rukun-al-Daulah, Shamsher Jang, and Nawab Bahadur and was one of the few landlords whose property expanded across both eastern Punjab and the United Provinces.
He served in the Muslim League alongside Muhammad Ali Jinnah.