Tanveer Sipra

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Tanveer Sipra was an Urdu poet from Jhelum in 1970s. He was a supporter of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto's Islamic Socialism. Professionally, Sipra was a poor Oil Man working in Pakistan Tobacco Company, Jhelum. He wrote Lafz Khurdary (English: The Hard Words).[1][2][unreliable source?] Sipra died in 1990s in Jhelum.

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