Agha Shorish Kashmiri

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Agha Shorish Kashmiri
Born Abdul Karim Shorish
1917
Lahore, British India
Died November 6, 1975(1975-11-06)
Lahore, Pakistan
Pen name Shorish
Occupation Journalist, orator, poet, political activist, historian
Nationality Pakistani
Citizenship Pakistani
Genre Nazm and articles

Agha Shorish Kashmiri (1917-1975) was a scholar, writer, debater, and leader of the Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam party. He was a figure of the freedom movement of undivided India, as well as the chief editor of the weekly Chattan.[1]

Kashmiri started his political career in 1935 when he delivered a historical speech at the Shaheed Ganj Mosque conference, during the presidency of Zafar Ali Khan. He was a student of Zafar Ali Khan, but was disappointed by the violence at the Shaheed Ganj Mosque in 1935.[2]

Kashmiri was impressed by Chaudhry Afzal Haq, who was a political leader of Indian sub-continent, so he joined All-India Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam and the struggle for Ahrar Party. Kashmiri was also impressed by his religious and political teacher in typical word murshad Ameer-e-Shariyyat Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari.[vague]

Kashmiri was elected as secretary General of All-India Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam in 1946. He played a role[3] in Tehreek-e-Khatme Nabuwwat in 1974.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aḥmad, Bashīr (1994). The Ahmadiyya Movement. Islamic Study Forum. pp. 356–358. OCLC 46733666. 
  2. ^ Mirza, Janbaz (December 2012). Masla Masjid Shaheed Ganj. Maktaba Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam. pp. 161–169. 
  3. ^ [1] Shorish Kashmiri or Tehreek-e-khatm-e-nubuwwat