Syed Abuzar Bukhari
Syed Abuzar Bukhari ( سید ابو زر بخاری, death October 24, 1995) (real name: Syed Ata-ul-Mun'im Bukhari) was a Muslim Pakistani scholar, orator, poet, writer, and a former president of Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam. He was a prominent figure[vague] of the freedom movement of undivided India. Bukhari was the elder son of Hazrat Ameer-e-Shariyyat Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari and was a leader of Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam being elected multiple times as a President or Secretary General of the Ahrar Party. Bukhari was also founder of Majlis-e-Khuddam-e-sahabah and had an important role in Tehreek-e-Khatme Nabuwwat 1953, 1974 and 1984.
Bukhari assembled a[vague] conference in 1962 on the day of the death of Hazrat Ameer-e-Muavia at Qasim Bagh Multan. On[vague] multiple occasions, Bukhari was arrested due to anti-government religious and political speech. He was also editor of the monthly news corporation, Al-Ahrar published from Lahore and Multan. Bukhari was also a poet; his PHD thesis has been written[when?] on his Persian book Kaan Parsi in Iran.
Bukhari died on October 24, 1995 in Multan. He was buried in Multan near his father's (Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari) grave.
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