Today (January 4) is the day of death of Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk, the famous leader of Tehreek-e-Pakistan. Maulvi Waqar-ul-Mulk’s real name was Maulvi Mushtaq Hussain. He was born on March 24, 1841, in the Daulat Kade of Fazal Hussain Kamboh in the Amroha area of Uttar Pradesh.
Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk received his early education from a religious school. He learned Arabic language and grammar, hadith and Islamic jurisprudence from Maulvi Rahat Ali Amrohi. He was also attracted to the side and got his engineering education from Rocky Engineering College and got his degree.
After acquiring ancient and modern knowledge, the late Nawab stepped into practical politics when he was only twenty-five years old. Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk was very much influenced by the movement of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan and was also a great admirer of him. Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk believed that Muslims should be equipped with ancient sciences as well as modern sciences. He was looking forward to modern sciences, so he joined his movement and became a special friend. perfect24u
On the recommendation of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, he was promoted to the post of “Nazim Diwani” in Hyderabad Deccan. He was very disciplined. Impressed by his abilities and honesty, the Prime Minister of Hyderabad Deccan chose him as his secretary and later Nawab Waqar Malik became the Deputy Prime Minister of the State of Hyderabad. Seventeen years later, he retired from the State of Hyderabad with honors and retired.
Then he joined MAO College and spent his life in its development and construction till the end. When MAO College Aligarh was made a “Muslim University”, you also started a fundraising campaign for it. At the same time, he collected Rs. 7.5 lakhs and deposited it in the fund of the college. According to a tradition, this amount was Rs. Of course, today this amount will be in billions.
Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk was gifted with intelligence and intellect. In 1870, he got the second position in essay writing.
He was also an excellent orator, holding meetings of Muslims in many major cities, including Lucknow, and teaching them the importance of science as well as Indian independence. Through his speeches and sermons, he activated the All India Muslim League throughout India and the nation. He expressed his views in matters and matters with complete sincerity.
Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk was one of the first leaders and founders of the All India Muslim League. Saleem’s proposal to form a party in the name of All India Muslim League came to the fore. The meeting was presided over by Nawab Waqar Malik. Thus the All India Muslim League was formed. Sir Agha Khan was first elected President and Nawab Waqa Ral Malik was honored to be the first General Secretary of the All India Muslim League. That is why he is also called the Father of the Muslim League and Pakistan.
Nawab Waqa Ralmalik also had a great inclination towards religion. Nawab Waqa Ralmalik used to pay close attention to the religious education and training of the students. Maulana Ashraf Ali Thanwi, Maulana Abdul Bari and other eminent scholars used to look at love with admiration.
Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk was a very principled man. Seeing his principledness, the government awarded him the title of “Nawab” in 1908. Due to his excellent administrative skills, he was awarded the title of “Nawab-ud-Daulah” and He was awarded the best titles like “Waqar-ul-Malik”. All these attributes are a mirror of the perfect personality of the Nawab and reflect his excellence.
After Nawab Mohsin-ul-Mulk, Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk was elected secretary of Aligarh College. He remained in this post for a long time. Finally, in 1912, due to ill health, Nawab Waqar Malik resigned from the post of secretary of Aligarh College.
This great leader of Tehreek-e-Pakistan and a shining star spent the beautiful springs of his life in the service of the Muslims of India. The Taliban made the guidance and support of science their blanket. And Tadam for the welfare and development of the Muslims of India. Death continued to try. Finally, this great leader of Islamians of India, Mr. Nawab Waqar-ul-Mulk, on January 27, 1917, called for the death of the caller to death in Amroha and went to where we all have to go. Accept it and grant it a special place in your court.
There is a need to showcase these timeless efforts and sacrifices of these great leaders of Islamians of India and the founders of Pakistan to the young nation so that the young nation will realize how much hard work and hardships their forefathers went through. Independence has been achieved and the Kingdom of God Pakistan has been achieved. And they will realize its importance.
Note: This article has been written exclusively for Radio Pakistan’s national program “Sobh Pakistan”. It was recorded on January 2020 under the supervision of Radio Pakistan Gilgit producer Wajid Ali Yasini. Haqqani