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]

References[edit]

  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.