Mujahid Barelvi

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Mujahid Barelvi[1] is a veteran journalist from Pakistan. He has a current, daily evening show, "Doosra Pehlu", for CNBC Pakistan.

Mujahid was the first Pakistani journalist to enter Kabul in 1979, after the Soviet Invasion.[2] He was also the secretary of the Karachi Press Club for two years in 1987. He is responsible for several prolific articles for political journals and newspapers and has authored six books on Afghanistan and Baluchistan. As a progressive writer and publisher he founded various magazines, weeklies, and monthlies. He founded Sonehra Daur Karachi in the 80's. Bankari was a monthly that would help a political activist know about the economic and fiscal realities.

Jalib Jalib[edit]

In 2011, Mujahid Barelvi wrote a book in the memory of his old friend and revolutionary poet Habib Jalib called Jalib Jalib published by Jumhoori Publications.[3][4][5][6] Barelvi, being a close friend of the poet, gave an insight into Jalib’s poetry, personality, political struggle, and personal life in the book. He also wrote in detail about his friendship with Habib Jalib, and published almost all of his poems in the book with their history, what inspired Jalib to write his poems, and what his intentions and inspirations behind his poems were.[7]

Mujahid Barelvi has also written several reviews on Habib Jalib's Urdu poems in The Friday Times.[8][9][10]

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