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Naheed Iskander Mirza, Iranian Who Became Pakistan’s First Lady.

Begum Naheed Iskander Mirza died in London on January 23rd, 2019, just two weeks before her 100th birthday. Born Nahid Amir Teymour, she was the first First Lady in the history of Pakistan.

The Begum was a descendant of Timur Lang. Her father, head of the Amir Teymour tribe, was a wealthy landlord from Khorasan who was elected as a parliamentary deputy no fewer than 13 times in Tehran. He served in Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh’s cabinets in the early 1950s, first as Labor Minister and then as Minister of Interior.









The State visit of the Shah of Iran to Pakistan





 

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Naheed Iskander Mirza, Iranian Who Became Pakistan’s First Lady.

Begum Naheed Iskander Mirza died in London on January 23rd, 2019, just two weeks before her 100th birthday. Born Nahid Amir Teymour, she was the first First Lady in the history of Pakistan.

The Begum was a descendant of Timur Lang. Her father, head of the Amir Teymour tribe, was a wealthy landlord from Khorasan who was elected as a parliamentary deputy no fewer than 13 times in Tehran. He served in Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh’s cabinets in the early 1950s, first as Labor Minister and then as Minister of Interior.









The State visit of the Shah of Iran to Pakistan





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Happy Birthday Madar-e-Millat Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah



Mader-e-Millat Mohtarma Fatima Jinnah, sister of founding father Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, is being remembered for her selfless, courageous and vital role she had played in the creation of Pakistan.

Today marks her 126th birth anniversary across the country and therefore, rich tributes are being paid by all electronic, and print media for her active role in the Pakistan movement along with her brother M.A.Jinnah seventy one years ago.

 

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The Ali Brother’s mother, Abadi Begum, called Bi-Amma.

(Ali Brothers, Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar & Maulana Shaukat Ali)

 

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Syed Basharat Ullah with Quaid e Azam in Gaya, India on 1st January, 1938

Syed Basharat Ullah was born on 12 April, 1904 in the same house in Delhi, India where Sir Syed Ahmed Khan was born on 17 October, 1817.

He was an Alumni of prestigious St. Stephen's College, Delhi (A constituent college of the University of Delhi. Widely regarded as one of the oldest and most prestigious colleges for arts and sciences in India). He was the first Muslim student to top the roll of honour in his BA exams of University of Delhi. He proceeded to Muslim Aligarh University for his Bachelor of Laws, LLB degree. He qualified his MA (Persian) and MA (Philosophy) degrees from University of Delhi.

While studying in Aligarh University, Syed Basharat Ullah was a vibrant and devoted member of Movement for Pakistan's Independence, his participation in successful Pakistan Movement is a matter of pride and honour for his entire family.

In the photograph Syed Basharat Ullah with Quaid e Azam in Gaya, India on 1st January, 1938. This is where he gave the title Quaid-e-Azam to the father of the nation for the very first time in history, others did so only much later. This has been authenticated by Mr Hussain Imam who was present on the occasion and was the member working committee All India Muslim League 1941-1947.

On the creation of Pakistan, they migrated to Pakistan. He arrived by a migrants' train in Lahore from Delhi in August, 1947. He later settled in Rawalpindi. He passed away on 24 March, 1980.

He and all his four sons proudly served as commissioned officers in the Armed Forces of Pakistan!

Courtesy : Air Cdre Salim Shahid (R), SI (M)

 

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Quaid is seen having a last look at the speech draft as he was about to speak on All-India Radio on June 3, 1947, in Delhi, soon after the announcement by Lord Mountbatten of the British Government’s Partition Plan.

 

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Maulana Shaukat Ali, Maulana Ghulam Rasool Mehr with Mohammad Amin al-Husayni, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in the Shunat Nimrin region of Jordan in 1931





RCD Leaders Mahmut Celâl Bayar Turkish President, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi Shah of Iran, Mohammad Ayub Khan President of Pakistan at Governor House #Lahore in 1960's. (Queen Farah Diba is visible too)


 

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PM Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan and Begum Ra’ana Liaquat wave to the crowds as they are about to board the flight for the United States on state visit in May 1950.

 

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My Quaid, my Jinnah, thank you a trillion times for fighting for my rights and for giving me a place I can call my home, proudly.
We love you and promise we will not let you down. We have come far since you left us, and we have far to go, rest assured your children are holding strong. Rest In Peace.

Sorry, it was off-topic, but I needed to say it in public.
 

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