Mazhar Ali Azhar

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Maulana Mazhar Ali Azhar (13 March 1895 – 4 November 1974)[1] was the founder and leader of Majlis-e-Ahrar-ul-Islam[citation needed] and a political figure in the history of Sub-Continent India. He was elected three times to the Punjab Assembly, serving from 1924–26 and 1934–45.[2] He also ran the Tehreek-e-Madh-e-Sahabah in Lakhnau India.[citation needed] Tehreek-e-Madh-e-Sahabah runs by Deobandi-Muslims

Maulana Mazher Ali Azhar
Born(1895-03-13)13 March 1895
Kashmir, India
Died4 November 1974(1974-11-04) (aged 79)
Lahore, Pakistan
OccupationPolitician, Islamic Scholar, Senior Advocate , Member Punjab Assembly.
Spouse(s)Fatima Mazhar
ChildrenBakhtiar Abbas (son)
Qaiser Mustafa (son)
Khakan Babar (son)
Riaz Fatima (daughter)
Imtiaz-un-Nisa (daughter)
Parent(s)Muhammad Abdullah (Father)

FamilyEdit

Maulana Mazher Ali Azhar family of 5 children. 3 Sons and 2 Daughters Respectively. All Children's Are Through His Only Spouse Fatima Mazhar

Sons And Daughters

  1. Bakhtiar Abbas(Died 8-April-1984) Son
  2. Kaiser Mustafa Son
  3. Khakan Babar (Died 25-12-2011) Son
  4. Imtiaz-un-Nisa Daughter
  5. Riaz Fatima Daughter

Grandsons

  1. Mazhar Abbas Son Of Late Bakhtiar Abbas

Great Grandsons

  1. Adil Mazhar Son Of Mazhar Abbas

HistoryEdit

He was Born on 13 March 1895 in Kashmir Region In Indian Subcontinent during British Empire Rule in India on 13 March 1895. He Funded Farmers of India. He Belongs to Sunni Islam (Deoband) and run a Madrisa & Mosque in Gurdaspur,India. Being a close companion of Syed Attaullah Shah Bukhari He Run Several Movements About Finality Of Prophet-hood Of Muhammad Known As Khatam Nabuwat as well as the Movement of Tehreek-e-Madh-e-Sahabah in Lakhnau India for Countering any elements speaking against Companions of Muhammad.

Partition Of SubcontinentEdit

After Parttion Of Indian Subcontinent By British Empire on 14 August 1947 He moved to the City Of Lahore,Punjab,Pakistan and Came Under displaced Persons Act of 1957 and he was allotted Bungalow in Settlement Number 63 - Rehabilitation No 23 5 Fane Road Lahore By Dominion Of Pakistan and Evacuee Properties Department Of Pakistan Against Claim of His Assets he left after Partition Of Subcontinent in Gurdaspur,India, where he lived the rest of his life.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Saʻīd, Aḥmad (1997). Muslim India, 1857-1947: a biographical dictionary. Institute of Pakistan Historical Research. p. 220. OCLC 38425611.
  2. ^ Biographical Encyclopedia of Pakistan. Biographical Research Institute. 1972. pp. 229–230.