- The official name “Islamic Republic of Pakistan” as selected for the state of Pakistan.
- Islam is declared as the state religion of Pakistan.
- Enabling of living life, culture, and customs of Muslims, individually or collectively, in accordance with the fundamental principles and basic concepts of Islam.
- Teachings on Arabic, Qur’an, and Islamiyat to be compulsory in country’s institutions and to secure correct and exact printing and publishing of the Qur’an.
- Proper organizations of Zakat, Waqf, and mosques is ensured.
- Prevent prostitution, gambling and consumption of alcohol, printing, publication, circulation, pornography, and display of obscene literature and advertisements.
- Required to be a Muslim in order to run for bid of becoming the President (male or female) and/or Prime Minister (male or female). No restriction as to religion or gender on any other post, up to and including provincial governor and Chief Minister.
- All existing laws shall be brought in conformity with the injunctions of Islam as laid down in the Qur’an and Sunnah and no law shall be enacted which is repugnant to such injunctions.
- A Council of Islamic Ideology shall be constituted referred to as the Islamic advisory council.
- The Constitution of Pakistan defined a Muslim as a person who believes in the unity and oneness of Allah, in the absolute and unqualified finality of the Prophethood of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad, and does not believe in, or recognize as a prophet or religious reformer, any person who claimed or claims to be a prophet, in any sense of the word or of any description whatsoever, after Muhammad.
- In keeping with this definition, the Second Amendment to the Constitution (1974) declared for the first time the Ahmadiyya Community and/or the Lahori Group as non-Muslims, since their leader, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, claimed to be prophet of God as per hadith or sayings of Prophet Muhammad.
- However, the Fourth Amendment (1975) set aside six seats in the National Assembly for non-Muslim representatives in order to protect minority rights.
- The state shall endeavor to strengthen the bonds of unity among Muslim countries.
- Islamic revisions were introduced into the Pakistan Penal Code.