Orya Maqbool Jan

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Orya Maqbool Jan
OccupationCivil servant, columnist
OrganizationAl Ilm Trust
TelevisionHarf E Raaz
Websitehttp://www.alilmtrust.com Official website
Orya Maqbool Jan
YouTube information
Years active2018–present
Subscribers1.8 lac subscribers
(August 2019)
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2019
Updated 31 August 2019

Orya Maqbool Jan (اوریا مقبول) is a Pakistani conspiracy theorist, YouTube personality, columnist, and former civil servant.[1][2][3] He is also a user of YouTube, and his channel has more than 100,000 subscribers. He is known for his various conspiracy theories including 9/11 conspiracy.[4] He appears currently as an analyst on Neo News show Harf e Raaz.

Jan previously worked as civil servant and after retirement joined journalism.[5][6][7][8][9]


In October 2018, Jan was denied a Norwegian visa due to hate speech.[10]


  • Girdbād : Balocistān ke qabā'ilī pas manẓar men̲ likhā gayā ḍrāmah, 1996. A play on socio-cultural problems with particular reference to the Baloch tribes in Pakistan.
  • Ḥarf-i rāz, 2005. Essays on deteriorating political conditions in Pakistan.
  • Qāmat : shāʻirī, 2011. Urdu poetry.
  • Mujhe hai ḥukm-i az̲ān̲ : Z̤arb-i-muʼmin shāʼiʻ hone vāle kālam, 2012. Author's collected columns on various international political issues, published in weekly Z̤arb-i muʼmin Karachi during 2004-06.


  1. ^ "In support of vaccinations". The Nation. 27 April 2019.
  2. ^ "Our nation has been plagued by one poisonous scholar after the other". 17 August 2017.
  3. ^ Malik, Arif (1 June 2018). "PTI leaders in a quandary over Orya Maqbool Jan's nomination for Punjab caretaker CM". Dawn.
  4. ^ "Six times Orya Maqbool Jan proved he is the ultimate misogynist - Pakistan Today". www.pakistantoday.com.pk.
  5. ^ Notezai, Muhammad Akbar (21 May 2016). "Why is Balochistan in love with Orya Maqbool Jan?". The Nation (Pakistan). Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  6. ^ Chaudhry, Kashif (25 June 2016). "Challenging Orya Maqbool Jan and Ansar Abbasi". The Nation (Pakistan). Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  7. ^ Hussain, Shujaat (24 June 2016). "Orya Maqbool Jan's hysterics are creating an atmosphere of fear among the teaching community". The Nation (Pakistan). Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  8. ^ Hamdani, Yasser Latif (12 January 2014). "Orya Maqbool Jan's attack on Jinnah". Daily Times (Pakistan). Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  9. ^ "TTP considering Ansar Abbasi, Orya Maqbool Jan as negotiators". Geo News. AFP. 3 February 2014. Retrieved 2 December 2017.
  10. ^ "VIDEO: Norway rejects Orya Maqbool's visa for 'hate speech' - Pakistan Today". www.pakistantoday.com.pk.