|Seat of Government||Muzaffarabad|
|Members in Assembly||53|
|Chief Secretary||Muhammad Usman Chachar|
|High Court||High Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir|
|Chief Justice||Sadaqat Hussain Raja|
|Supreme Court||Supreme Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir|
|Chief Justice||Raja Saeed Akram Khan|
The Government of Azad Kashmir (Urdu: حکومت آزاد کشمیر) is the state government which administers one of the territories of Pakistani-administered Kashmir territories of Azad Kashmir. The Azad Kashmir government consists of a president as head of state and a prime minister as chief executive, with the support of a council of ministers. The state assembly is the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly.
The chief executive of the government is the prime minister, who is elected by the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly and is supported by a council of ministers.
The Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly, also known as the AJK Legislative Assembly, is a unicameral legislature of elected representatives. The assembly consists of 41 elected members and eight co-opted members of whom five are women, one is from the Ulama community, one is from Jammu and Kashmir technocrats and other professionals, and one is from Jammu and Kashmir nationals residing abroad.
The supreme court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir is the highest court of appeals in Azad Kashmir. It consists of a chief justice and two other judges. The number of judges in the supreme Court has been fixed at three by the Azad Kashmir Interim Constitution Act of 1974.
Chief Election Commissioner for conducting general elections in AJK;
Service Tribunal for adjudicating service issues of civil servants;
Zakat Council for collecting, distributing the zakat system in AJK;
Supreme Judicial Council of AJK;