Naseeruddin Mauzi

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Naseeruddin Mauzi Nagar
Born Lakhimpur Kheri, British India
Movement Khilafat Movement
Religion Islam

Naseeruddin Mauzi Nagar was an Indian Khilafat Movement activist. He was one of three Khilafat Movement activists hanged by the colonial authorities for the killing of Sir Robert William Douglas Willoughby, Deputy Commissioner of Kheri, on 26 August 1920.[1]

The East India Company built Willoughby Memorial Hall in 1924 in memory of Sir Robert William Douglas Willoughby.[2][3] On 26 April 1936, Willoughby Memorial Library was established. The Willoughby Memorial Hall was recently renamed the Naseeruddin Memorial Hall.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Uttar Pradesh district gazetteers, Vol. 33. Govt. of Uttar Pradesh, 1979. p. 34
  2. ^ "Haileybury Roll of Honour: India 1920s". Haileybury School website. Retrieved 19 June 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.cpiml.org/liberation/year_2004/october/aiala_up.htm