|Tenure||Chief Minister of East Pakistan||Political Party|
|August 1955 – September 1956||Abu Hussain Sarkar||Shramik Krishak Samajbadi Dal|
|September 1956 – March 1958||Ata-ur-Rahman Khan||Awami League|
|March 1958||Abu Hussain Sarkar||Shramik Krishak Samajbadi Dal|
|March 1958 – 18 June 1958||Ata-ur-Rahman Khan||Awami League|
|18 June 1958 – 22 June 1958||Abu Hussain Sarkar||Shramik Krishak Samajbadi Dal|
|22 June 1958 – 25 August 1958||Governor's Rule|
|25 August 1958 – 7 October 1958||Ata-ur-Rahman Khan||Awami League|
|7 October 1958||Post abolished|
|16 December 1971||Province of East Pakistan dissolved|
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