1909 – He was born in Bogra, East Bengal.
1937 – He was elected to the Bengal Legislative Assembly.
1943 – He became parliamentary secretary to Khawaja Nazimuddin and then Chief Minister of Bengal.
1946 – He became Finance and Health Minister of the province.
1948 – He was appointed as Ambassador to Burma.
1949 – He was appointed as High Commisioner to Canada.
1952 – He was appointed as Ambassador to USA.
1953 – He was appointed as Prime Minister by Ghulam Muhammad on April 1953.
1954 – He was invited to form a new cabinet call "ministry of all talents".
1955 – He was replaced by Chaudhary Muhammad Ali on August 1955 after the second constituent Assembly was elected.
1962 – He became the foreign minister of Pakistan.
1963 – He died and buried in Bogra.