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Mian Muhibullah Kakakhel was born on 3 June, 1958 in Charsadda, Tangi. A village near Peshawar, is a Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of Pakistan. Discover Mian Muhibullah Kakakhel's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Occupation Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of Pakistan
Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 3 June 1958
Birthday 3 June
Birthplace Charsadda, Tangi. A village near Peshawar

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Kakakhel also filed writ petition against Justice (R) Tariq Pervez in Peshawar High Court, Peshawar who was retired on 14 February 2013 and just after his retirement, he was nominated for Care Taker Chief Minister which was violation of Article 207 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan. Previously Judges who took oath contrary to the constitution were removed from the concerned posts or either stopped to take oath by Chief Justice of Pakistan. The case is still pending in the court.


Mr. Kakakhel recently argued dozen of Election Appeal against Returning Officers who are Judges by their own of Lower Judiciary and the appeal lies to High Court concerned of the Territorial Jurisdiction. The candidates includes Yousaf Ayub Khan grand son of General Ayub Khan of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI) who was also disqualified on the basis that he produced fake degree in 2002 Election and remained in cabinet. Gulzar Khan Former chairman Public Service Commission was also disqualified on the basis that he has not completed 2 years after his retirement but it was clarified in the Court that it was contractual post not a permanent post so he is eligible to contest election from PTI seat from National Assembly "NA-04".


Kakakhel was the first to challenge the military takeover of the country by General Pervez Musharraf. In the case of ex-chief Minister NWFP Sardar Mehtab Ahmed Khan Abbassi vide writ petition No.1 of 2000. The coup was challenged before the Peshawar High Court.


In 1992, Kakakhel announced the launching of a political party called Pakistan Aainee Party. He was chosen its founder President with the manifesto of upholding the Constitution, th supremacy of law, independence of judiciary and rule of law. The party faced unbearable challenges from within and outside the country. The party was dissolved after three years. The agencies, establishment, land lords and the ruling junta left no stone unturned to damage Kakakhel.


In 1991, when the Gulf was attacked by the US led forces the people of Iraq suffered heavily, Kakakhel formed an army of volunteers to help Iraqis and to reduce their plight. The militia was given the name of Labaik Force and was totally funded by Kakakhel. The unit was dissolved in 1994.

The article of Kakakhel, "Prisoner of War's" was published in the Foreign Broadcast Information Service 50th Anniversary and in the Daily Muslim of Pakistan on 17 February 1991.


Kakakhel also started the Pakistan Jurists' Association in 1990.


Kakakhel spent some time in the Pakistan Air Force as a flight lieutenant before starting his law practice, having already completed his LLB from Karachi University so started his own practice in 1985.


During the regime of General Zia ul Haq, the President of Pakistan (1977–88), the smuggling, sale and use of heroin was at its highest. The drug addicts were not only increasing but the majority of them were dying because of a lack of treatment and attention from society. Other diseases like hepatitis, HIV-AIDS etc. were also on the increase. Kakakhel formulated a social plan for the treatment and rehabilitation of drug addicts. He launched an organisation called Society for Medical Care and Rehabilitation of Drug Addicts (SMARDA). The society was totally funded by Kakakhel. He faced great resistance, enmity and threats from drug purchasers including threats to his life and some actual attempts at his life. The society served its purpose to some extent when some Government hospitals undertook the treatment of drug addicts. SMARDA was dissolved in 1995. A lot of progress has since been made towards this end by some NGOs, thanks to the spade work of Kakakhel.


He received the title of Senior Advocate from the Supreme Court of Pakistan. It is expressly given in the Supreme Court of Court of Pakistan website in a report by the Registrar Faqir Hussain that since 1947, only 313 advocates of the Supreme Court of Pakistan achieved this title and Kakakhel is said to be the youngest of all. Very few Senior Advocates are practising, mostly because of their old age, involvement in politics or are enjoying their retired life.