Talk:Kakakhel (tribe)

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Missing info[edit]

It has been delightful to find that someone has taken the trouble to create this entry. However there are some issues that I would like to address:

The person who has listed "Prominent Kakakhels" has made both grammatical as well as spelling mistakes. Apart from that there are factual errors as well. Eg: Maj. Gen. Hayaud-Din was not Ambassador to the US and France; he was Military Attache to the US and Great Britain.

Then there are omissions as far as prominent members of the family are concerned. Maj. Gen. Mian Ghulam Jilani has not been mentioned. Mrs. Maimona Taskin-ud-Din and Mian Qadr-ud-Din - the sister and brother of Air Vice Marshall Sadr-ud-Din and Maj. Gen. Badr-ud-Din - respectively were both prominent members of the United Nations and served with distinction.

There have also been omissions as far as several female members of the family are concerned. Who does one correspond with in order to get this information included?

Please contact me at the following e-mail address: haljil@aol.com (81.85.237.3 (talk) 23:58, 25 July 2010 (UTC)).

Thank you for your comment, but that section should not have been included in this article in the first place, and it has now been removed. For information on why, please read WP:NOTDIRECTORY, WP:VERIFY, WP:EMBED, and WP:WTAF. — Satori Son 00:22, 4 May 2011 (UTC)


Contentious issue of Sufism and Sayed Kastir Gul[edit]

The following paragraph existed at the time in the signature:

"Although due to modern prevalent spiritual trends in Pakistan inclining towards the Sufi movement it is at times claimed that Sayed Kastir Gul was also a Sufi there is, however, no established evidence hinting towards this and in fact inherited teachings among his descendents claim the very opposite. His teachings, it is claimed, preached against venerating saints and seeking benefit from visiting tombs. Ironically that is the very opposite of what has transpired at his very own burial site."

This has no supporting facts and has a great potential to cause some dispute. This should be removed for the time being. Ruminater (talk) 03:56, 4 April 2015 (UTC)