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Historical figure Ajab Khan Afridi

There is a statue on the side of the road from Kohat to Peshawar which has been covered for some time. Not metaphorical, the real veil, under which it was not known what was hidden.

Whenever we caught sight of him during a trip to Peshawar, we wondered who he was and passed by. Then when I had to come and go to Peshawar again, I would see what it was. Then one day the veil was removed from the statue. But it is still not clear who this statue is, which has been erected here in front of the tunnel in Dara Adamkhel. Along with which a turban or shimla has also been installed. But we will never write again on Shimla. Let us first make a history of this statue.
One day while traveling, an old man told us about this statue, so we felt sorry for ourselves.
There is a great historical truth behind it. Maybe it’s because history is hidden from us.
Let us now say that this statue belongs to a historical figure Ajab Khan Afridi who fought against British imperialism in Darra Adamkhel in 1923.
And this fight was intensified at that time. When Ghazi Ajab Khan started attacking the British military cantonment and other centers in Kohat.

They removed heavy weapons from the barracks and killed a number of British soldiers.
Intelligence agencies and Ajab Khan Afridi.
One day the British army raided his house and insulted Ajab Khan Afridi’s mother after which his mother ordered Ajab Khan Afridi to take revenge on the British until you avenge my disgrace on the British. Don’t show me your face and don’t come home till then. He even threatened not to give her his milk.

After this, Ajab Khan Afridi was determined in his heart that he would take revenge on the British nation in such a way that he would be remembered forever. This
There was a time when most of the Pakhtun nation was supportive of the British, and only a select few were with Ajab Khan Afridi. Ajab Khan Afridi, a Pakhtun ally of the British, was considered a traitor and an enemy of the country. Obviously, the main reason was that they received money from the British.
To avenge his mother’s abuse, Ajab Khan Afridi one day attacked the house of a British officer in Kohat and abducted Miss Ellis. When the girl’s mother screamed, they killed her and kidnapped Miss Ellis, killing the British on duty.
All the British were amazed at how such a big event could have happened by entering such a tight guard.

Ajab Khan Afridi stayed with Miss Ellis for 10 days in a cave on Kotal Pahar in Kohat. He then went to Afghanistan and sought refuge with the government there, which also gave hundreds of acres of land in Mazar-e-Sharif to Ajab Khan Afridi. The then British government put the price of Ajab Khan Afridi’s head at one lakh rupees (which now amounts to crores).
Nine months later, the Afghan government clashed with the British government and Ajab Khan Afridi
The decision was made and then at Torkham border Miss Ellis was handed over to the British government. When Miss Ellis underwent a medical check-up, she was amazed at how she remained honorable and safe in the clutches of Ajab Khan Afridi and his associates for months.
The British government was so impressed with this kind treatment that they said that if Ajab Khan Afridi had not killed Alice’s mother, they would have granted amnesty and reward. Our youth are unaware of the fact that the stories of our nation’s heroes are part of history.
In 1985, Miss Ellis came to Dara Adamkhel with official protocol and went to Ajab Khan Afridi’s house and the shelter where Miss Ellis lived, and she cried a lot.
Then there is Ajab Khan Afridi’s last living friend Malik Sher Khan Bashkhel, who is probably no more in this world.
We met and heard that Miss Ellis was so impressed with Ajab Khan Afridi’s good behavior that she said that she did not like Ajab Khan Afridi after seeing him.
There has been a single film on this subject in Pashto and then at one time this story has been a part of our curriculum but then how and why this story disappeared from our textbook. However, it is our duty to acquaint our new generation with the deeds of celebrities.
Beyond the Kohat Tunnel on Kohat Peshawar Road
Anyone who has thought of erecting a statue of Ajab Khan Afridi deserves credit.


World famous soccer player sadio Mane of Senegal” (West Africa)

PKR, which earns 31.6 million rupees a week in Pakistani rupees, was seen in many places with broken mobile phones. When asked about it in an interview, he said, “I’ll fix it.” When asked why you are not buying a new one, he said that I can buy a thousand smartphones, 10 Ferraris, 2 jets, diamond watches, but why do I need them all. I saw poverty, so I couldn’t learn, I built schools for people to learn, I didn’t have shoes, I play without shoes, I didn’t have good clothes, I didn’t have food. I have so much today that I want to share it with my people instead of pretending.
The purpose of posting is just to say that if a servant gets four paise, he should not forget his time.


Thunder Block 3 ready Alhamdulillah

Praise be to God! Pakistan has developed the latest 4.5 generation multi-role fighter jet Thunder Block 3. Its speed is 200 km faster than Raphael and its BVR missile range is also double that of Raphael, ie up to 300 km.
Thunder Block 3 will also be able to fire all types of nuclear weapons and invisible cruise missiles on radar.

God willing .
Long live the Pakistani forces
Long live the Pakistan Air Force


Cop Maqbool Hussain
True heroes of Pakistan

On September 17, 2005, via the Wagah border, Indian authorities handed over a group of prisoners to Pakistani authorities – a group of different types of prisoners – carrying in their hands some items in the form of bundles, which may have been their clothes.
But the group also included a 65-year-old Pakistani man
I didn’t have a bale.
There was no name for the flesh on the body except the bones and the skin clinging to those bones – and the body was twisted like a kite’s upper ear.
Vinegar random hairs like car bushes that looked like they hadn’t looked oily or combed for a long time.
And sadly, the tongue of this prisoner who entered Pakistan was also cut out, but in spite of all these sufferings, one thing was very different in this prisoner and that was his eyes which had a strange gleam in them.
After an initial operation by the Pakistani authorities, all the prisoners were released – all the prisoners went to their homes – but instead of going home, the old prisoner went out in search of a strange destination with trembling and weak hands. He kept asking for the address of his destination by writing broken words and everyone kept guiding him considering him a poor beggar.
And so in 2005 this old man reached the Azad Kashmir Regiment of the Pakistan Army and when he reached there he made a strange claim. In view of this claim he presented this man before the regiment commander. Where did the old weak man get so much power that he saluted the commander like a young soldier and wrote in broken words on a piece of paper
Cop Maqbool Hussain No. 335139 has come on duty and is awaiting the order of his commander. The commander was baffled by the claim of this emaciated and weak man.
The commander would sometimes look at the writing and sometimes the old man who had just saluted like a young soldier – with the help of the prisoner’s name and number written on the commander’s orders when the old files of military records A heart-wrenching story unfolded as the dust cleared and the man’s relatives were found. And after knowing this story, now they were saluting this emaciated man with floral lace and stars.
This person’s name was Cop Maqbool Hussain. In the war of 1965, Cop Maqbool Hussain was returning after destroying an arms depot in the enemy’s area under the leadership of Captain Sher. Soldier Maqbool Hussain who was on his back clashed with the enemy. Carrying a wireless set and carrying messages for his officers, he was also fighting the enemy with a gun in his hand. He was injured in the encounter.
Hussein denied the allegations and said that instead of being injured, I would provide a safe passage for you while fighting the enemy in Bannu. Seeing the insistence of his comrades, Maqbool Hussain made a move and threw himself into a small ditch and hid from the sight of his comrades. When the friends returned after searching, he once again took the enemy soldiers by surprise. During the attack, Maqbool Hussain was severely wounded by an enemy shell. He fell unconscious and was captured by the enemy.
In the sixth cloud of war, when the lists of prisoners were exchanged between the two countries, India did not mention soldier Maqbool Hussain anywhere – that is why our army also considered soldier Maqbool Hussain a martyr.
His name was also engraved on a monument erected by the brave martyrs. Meanwhile, the Indian army began to break down mountains of cruelty on Maqbool Hussain, a soldier with a beautiful and emaciated body. Gone – where he could not sit or lie down – the enemy could not do anything despite the inhuman atrocities of the soldier Maqbool Hussain’s bravery and steadfastness drove the Indian military officers mad when they saw that Maqbool Hussain was a secret If he did not tell, he would torture Maqbool Hussain for his consolation and say “Say Pakistan is dead” and soldier Maqbool Hussain would gather all his energy and chant “Long live Pakistan” which would annoy the Indian troops.
He would start running and start calling soldier Maqbool crazy and saying that this Pakistani soldier is the enemy of his life and soldier Maqbool Hussain says yes I am crazy yes I am crazy.

Yes, I am crazy for every single particle of my country. Yes, I am crazy for the defense of every corner of my country. Yes, I am crazy for the honor and dignity of my country. Looks like-
Eventually he decided to take revenge on this language. He cut the tongue of soldier Maqbool Hussain and then locked him in a 4×4 dark room. Soldier Maqbool Hussain spent this best forty years of his life from 1965 to 2005 in this room. I passed. Now he could not utter the slogan of Pakistan Zindaabad with his cut tongue, but with the help of rags worn in the name of clothes on his body, he would clean a part of the wall of the 4×4 feet room and pass through his body. With the help of blood, Pakistan would write long live there.
This is how soldier Maqbool Hussain spent the best day of his life in the madness of love for his homeland. Let us salute all such brave soldiers together today. These are the true heroes of Pakistan. The sacrificial men are mujahids.


Karachi The 49th Martyrdom Day of Rashid Minhas in being celebrated today

Pakistan Air Force Officer Pilot Rashid Minhas was born in Karachi on February 17, 1951. He belonged to a Rajput family. He did his Masters in Military History and Aviation History from Karachi University.

Rashid Minhas joined the Pakistan Air Force on March 13, 1971 as a commissioned GD pilot. He was fascinated with the history and technology of aviation from the very beginning and was also interested in collecting models of various aircraft and warplanes.

Rashid Minhas became a pilot officer in August 1971. On August 20, 1971, as he was leaving for his first solo flight, his instructor Matiur Rehman stopped the plane on the runway and boarded with him.

In the flight, instructor Mati-ur-Rehman turned the plane towards the enemy country India but Rashid Minhas thwarted the enemy’s plot by sacrificing his life at home and turned the plane towards the ground and thwarted the enemy’s intentions. He drank the cup of martyrdom.

Rashid Minhas Shaheed sacrificed his life to defend and sanctify the country. For his unparalleled sacrifice, he was awarded the highest military honor, the Haider Medal.

He is honored to be the first officer of the Pakistan Air Force to receive the status of a martyr and to receive the Nishan Haider at an early age.

The youngest martyr to receive the Haider badge in Pakistan, Rashid Minhas, is laid to rest in a military cemetery in Karachi, while Kamra Air Base in Attock is named after Rashid Minhas Shaheed.


Some interesting aspects of the life of the first Prime Minister of Pakistan Liaquat Ali Khan

LAK an rare pic

Liaquat Ali Khan belonged to the Karnal district of India and was the largest feudal lord and nawab in his area. But after the partition of India, he not only gave up all his land and property but also came to Pakistan and did not file any claim for that property. Khan Liaquat Ali Khan had one inch of land in Pakistan, no personal bank account and no business. Was not
Liaqat Ali had two Achkan pants and a Boski shirt and his pants were also patched. He always hid the patches of his pants behind his Achkan.
When Khan Liaquat Ali Khan was martyred in Rawalpindi on October 16, 1951, his body was taken for autopsy and the world was shocked to see that the first Prime Minister of Pakistan
Not only was she wearing a torn vest, but she also had big holes in her socks. At the time of martyrdom, not only was Khan Sahib’s account empty, but there was no money for burial in the house. Khan Sahib was also indebted to his tailor Hameed Taylor and a grocery store.
Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Khan’s wife told the government after Khan’s martyrdom that the government had set a sugar quota for the Prime Minister’s House. When this quota was exhausted, the Prime Minister and his wife, their children and their guests also had to drink tea.
In the fifties, a bureaucrat asked Begum Rana Liaquat Ali Khan why a man always collects something for his wife and children. Khan Sahib did not do that.
Begum Sahiba replied that I had asked this question to Khan Sahib once.
But Khan Sahib replied that I belong to a Nawab family. I have never worn a dress for the second time in my life. My family hired me as a waitress and driver at Oxford University. And we used to eat or not eat but in our house food was cooked for fifty to one hundred people a day but when I became the Prime Minister of Pakistan I said to myself Liaquat Ali Khan now you are one of the Nawabi or the Prime Minister Things have to be chosen and I have chosen the Prime Minister for myself.
Begum Sahiba said that Khan Sahib used to say that whenever I start buying new clothes for myself, I ask myself, do all the people of Pakistan have clothes? When I think of building my own house I ask myself if all the people of Pakistan are living in their houses and when I think of saving some money for my wife and children I ask myself is Pakistan Do all people’s wives and children have adequate money? When I get the answer to all these questions in the negative, I tell myself that Liaquat Ali Khan does not give a new dress to the Prime Minister of a poor country, a long, wide table and a private house.
Liaquat Ali Khan was the first balanced politician and Prime Minister of Pakistan with a balanced mind and mild temperament and possessed a heartfelt personality. His simplicity was ideal and martyrdom was his destiny.


New Contract with power companies

Imran Khan has signed new agreements with 13 private power generating companies (IPPs). This will reduce electricity prices across the country and remove a huge burden from the national exchequer.

First of all, these private companies will return Rs 700 billion looted from the people to the national treasury. This amount will be paid in 24 installments.

The price of electricity per unit will be Rs 14 instead of Rs 25. This alone will save hundreds of billions of rupees annually.
Earlier, governments used to give Rs 20 per unit to the public for purchasing electricity from some IPPs at Rs 25 per unit. She used to take external loans to cover the losses which have to be paid by the people.

Most importantly, from now on, the state will pay these power plants only as much as they pay for electricity.
Earlier agreements stipulated that the government would pay power plants according to their production capacity, whether they generate electricity or not. In other words, if a 500 MW power plant generates 100 MW of electricity in winter, only 500 MW will be paid. There was no such shameful agreement anywhere in the world.

The agreement also stipulates that companies will now receive only 17% annual profits. Earlier, it used to make a profit of up to 90% per annum and return to the people with both hands.

According to the new agreement, these companies will now be paid in rupees instead of dollars. This will gradually and surely reduce the value of the dollar.

Under the new agreement, these companies will be audited through international forums. In Pakistan, they used to buy government audit staff.

The surcharge will also be reduced for late payment of bills. The current surcharge has been rejected.

It has been decided to shut down non-profit power plants. This will remove another additional burden from the national treasury.

The government will be empowered to take strict and immediate action against any illicit profiteering by IPPs.

A new method of repaying the revolving loan will be devised.

If electricity becomes cheaper then inflation will come down in the whole country and production cost of industries will come down.

Imran Khan congratulated the nation and said that after reaching a new agreement with IPPs (curbing IPPs), now the second step is to improve the power distribution system, reduce line losses and collect bills. To ensure
Billions of rupees are stolen annually in Pakistan and in some areas it is considered perfectly halal.

Undoubtedly, this agreement is a great achievement of Imran Khan. Among the mafias that Khan is fighting in Pakistan, the oil power companies are probably the biggest mafia.

You may know that half of these IPPs are owned by Nawaz Sharif and Bhutto family. Their front men run them. Mian Mansha is Nawaz Sharif’s front man. ๐Ÿ˜Š


National anthem of Pakistan

It took seven years for our national anthem to be prepared. It was first broadcast on Radio Pakistan on August 13, 1954.
On January 14, 1948, Radio Pakistan Wale Z. A. Bukhari also suggested that Surah Al-Fatiha be declared the national anthem.
In those days, AR Ghani, a Muslim businessman based in South Africa, offered a reward of 5,000 rupees for writing and composing the national anthem of Pakistan.
On June 2, 1948, the Government of Pakistan accepted the offer. At a meeting chaired by the Minister of Communications, Sardar Abdul Rabb Nishtar, on 14 July 1949, two committees were formed to review the melodies and poems presented for the national anthem. And it was agreed that the traditions of the Muslim nation should be taken care of in song language and music.
On August 21, 1949, the melody composed by the eminent musician Ahmed Ghulam Ali Chagla was approved for the anthem. It was recorded on Radio Pakistan by Bahram Rustam Ji on his piano. It lasted 80 seconds and used 21 instruments.
When the Shah of Iran visited Pakistan on March 1, 1950, for the first time an official Pakistan Navy band led by Warrant Officer Abdul Ghafoor played the national anthem at Karachi Airport, but the Central Cabinet of Pakistan formally approved the tune on January 2, 1954. Gave to
Its creator Mr. Ahmad Ali Chagla could not see this day. He died on February 5, 1953, eleven months ago.

His wife Qamar Nissa Chagla and son Abdul Khaliq Chagla gave all the rights to the anthem to the government of Pakistan.
His gramophone records were sent to all the important poets of the country to write songs on approved tunes. It was also broadcast on the radio every night so that poets could speak and write about it.
The National Anthem Committee received a total of 723 anthems. The committee liked the songs written by Hafeez Jalandhari Hakeem Ahmed Shuja and ZA Bukhari the most. Z. A. Bukhari asked Hafeez Sahib to compose a hymn by combining the two, but Hafeez flatly refused. Finally, on August 4, 1954, the Union Cabinet approved the anthem of Mr. Hafeez Jalandhari as the national anthem of Pakistan.

Begum Khurshid Hafeez said that Hafeez Jalandhari left everything for three months and kept on tearing the paper in the room. Eventually this national anthem of Pakistan came into being.
The national anthem is in Mukhmas. It was recorded in the voices of prominent singers Shamim Bano Kokab Jahan Rashida Begum Najam R. Naseem Shaheen Ahmed Rushdie Zawar Hussain Akhtar Abbas Ghulam Dastgir Anwar Zaheer and Akhtar Wasi Ali. It takes one minute and twenty seconds to play the whole national anthem.
On August 13, 1954, the national anthem was first broadcast on Radio Pakistan.
On August 4, 1955, the government of Pakistan bought the rights to the words of the anthem from Hafeez Jalandhari.

I am sure that on this post the worn strap object will definitely be repeated that the national anthem is then in Persian.
So listen
These words appear in the national anthem
Zuljalal Shadow of God Welcome Jan Haal Shaan Past Spokesperson Kamal Tarqi Rahbar Hilal Sitara Parcham Murad Manzil Shad Tabanda Payenda Sultanate Malik Qaum Awam Nizam Sarzamin Pak Qut Yaqeen Markaz Arz Shan Nishan To Ka Hussain Kishore

See which of these words is not in Urdu dictionary
The fact is that all these are now Urdu words and even an Urdu newspaper or magazine with the name of each of them comes out. The grammar in the anthem is only to the extent of “wind”. And this is the national slogan we have understood and accepted for years before the establishment of Pakistan in the Muslim League Zinda Bad Pakistan Zinda Bad.

It is true that the Iranians would consider it a Persian poem instead of Ka, but why not consider it a masterpiece of Hafeez that he wrote this song using the common vocabulary of both languages. After all, Persian (perhaps centuries) has been prevalent in this region.
If you remove Persian words from the Urdu words of Iqbal and Faiz, what percentage of words will be left. 1948 Establishment of National Anthem Committee (NAC) in which National Anthem was composed. At the beginning of NAC, under the chairmanship of Information Secretary Sheikh Muhammad Ikram, its members included several politicians, poets and musicians including Abdul Rab Nishtar Ahmed. Ji Chagla and Hafeez Jalandhari included. No record of digitized anthems Anthem Pakistan First national anthem Jagannath Azad wrote at the request of Quaid-e-Azam. This claim is an unsubstantiated self-contradiction. It has never been officially adopted as the national anthem. Thank God


At 12 o’clock in the night all over the country the 73rd Independence Day was celebrated with spectacular fireworks and lighting

On the occasion of Independence Day, the city echoes the slogans of Jive Pakistan and the spring of green crescent flags while everyone expressed their love for the homeland by listening to the national anthems.

From Karachi to Kashmore and from Gwadar to Khanjrab, love for the homeland is being expressed everywhere and the nation is celebrating Independence Day today with traditional splendor due to which slogans of ‘Long live Pakistan’ were raised in the air.

Streets and courtyards have been decorated with flags on the occasion of 14th August, while people of all ages, including children, have decorated their chests with badges, while others have expressed their love for the homeland by making posters.

Spectacular fireworks were displayed in almost all major cities of the country on the occasion of Independence Day. Citizens flocked in large numbers to watch the spectacular fireworks display on Sea View in Minar Pakistan, Lahore, while the youth marched on motorcycles carrying the national flag.

The color of freedom is the stone of caution

Fashion masks made of the national flag are in vogue in Peshawar, and citizens are buying them to protect themselves from the corona.

The day will begin with special prayers for the security, development and prosperity of the country and the nation. Dignified ceremonies for the change of guards will be held at Mazar-e-Quaid and Mazar-e-Iqbal, 31 in the federal capital Islamabad and 21 in the provincial capitals. , 21 cannons will be saluted.

Celebrating Independence Day will also show solidarity with the unarmed Kashmiri brothers and sisters of Indian-occupied Kashmir and condemn Indian repression, illegal military sieges, lockdowns and atrocities.

It may be recalled that on August 14, 73 years ago, the Muslims of the subcontinent under the leadership of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made millions of sacrifices which resulted in the establishment of an independent Islamic democratic state on the world map.

The purpose of establishing Pakistan was to gain independence from British imperialism and establish a state where the Muslims of the subcontinent could live their lives freely according to their Islamic practices, traditions and values, a dream realized by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

The 73rd Independence Day of the country is being celebrated with a renewed commitment that not a minute will be spared to take this country to new heights of development and prosperity.


ISLAMABAD PM Imran khan on the occasion of Independence Day issued his Message to the Nation

In his message, Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated the nation on Independence Day and said that today is the day to follow the ideology of the Quaid and make a commitment.

In his message, Imran Khan said that today is the day to pay homage to those who sacrificed their lives in the defense of the homeland as today the sons of the nation made sacrifices for the defense of the land and ideology.

The Prime Minister said, “Pakistan has been facing many challenges for the last 70 years. We have fought and won on both internal and external fronts.”

“Our nation has not only withstood the machinations of the neighboring country, the scourge of terrorism and natural disasters, but also persevered. Today, we reaffirm our commitment to remain steadfast. Walking on the path of unity, faith and discipline, we will not only accept every challenge but also defeat it.

Imran Khan said in his statement that “we have chosen the state of Madinah as our role model, we are working hard for its purpose and achievement, we are trying to create a system of government in the country that is free. We are striving to create a system where the rule of law prevails.

Imran Khan said that on the occasion of independence, we should also remember our Kashmiri brothers, our hearts are saddened for them as they have been facing military siege for the last one year, we are fighting for our right to self-determination. We stand firmly behind the brothers and will continue to raise our voices for them in every available forum.

Prime Minister Imran Khan once again called on the international community to raise its voice against the human rights violations in Kashmir as the Indian government is playing with the peace and security of the region following the RSS ideology. Is trying

Imran Khan said that he was sure that the struggle of the brave Kashmiris would bring color and they would get their due.

The Prime Minister prayed that God Almighty grant us the ability to rebuild the country in line with the vision of our forefathers and also grant freedom to the Kashmiri brothers from Indian domination so that the agenda of partition can be completed. Amen