Maulana Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi

maulana abdul sattar khan niazi
maulana abdul sattar khan niazi

maulana abdul sattar khan niazi

Maulana Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi (October 1, 1915-May 2,2001) was a religious and political leader of Pakistan. He was born at Isakhel in district Mianwali. After initial education, he opted for religious education in Lahore. He obtained his Master’s degree from Islamia College,Lahore, and was later appointed the Dean of Islamic Studies at the same college. He remained at that position until 1947, after which he joined active politics.

Maulana Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi was an active participant in the political struggle for the creation of Pakistan. He was elected the President of Punjab Muslim Students Federation in 1938. He then took the position of the President of the Provincial (Punjab) Muslim League until the creation of Pakistan in 1947. Maulana Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi was elected as Secretary General of the All-Pakistan Awami Muslim League in 1950 under the President-ship of Hussein Shaheed Suhrawardy.

He worked as the Secretary General of the Central Jamiat Ullema-e-Pakistan from 1973 to 1989 and was elected as the President of the Central Jamiat Ullema-e-Pakistan in 1989. He was elected member of the National Assembly of Pakistan twice, in 1988 and 1990. He was elected to the Senate of Pakistan in 1994 for a six years term.

Maulana Abdul Sattar Khan Niazi has never married and has devoted his life to his political and religious career.

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