Maulana Bijli Ghar is laid to rest

1342512473471ec-1PESHAWAR: Fiery orator and prominent religious scholar Maulana Mohammad Amir, commonly referred to as Maulana Bijli Ghar, died after protracted illness here on Sunday.

Maulana Bijli Ghar had received his religious education from Darul Uloom Sarhad in Peshawar in nineteen fifties.

He’d continued to be provincial chief of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam. He would be a confidant of Mufti Mehmood called the primary supply of Mufti’s communication with PPP founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

Maulana Bijli Ghar had performed an energetic role throughout the Pakistan National Alliance movement against Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s government.

Also, he required an energetic part within the Movement for that Restoration of Democracy (MRD).

The Maulana was great admirer of Taliban government in Afghanistan and criticised western parliamentary democracy. Which was why he declined to contest any election.

In a single of his famous speeches, he stated that due to existence of women MNAs he didn’t need to be part of the set up. Following the arrival laptop or computer, his fiery speeches were transformed into cds (Compact disks), which not just transported terse and witty messages to folks, but additionally demonstrated a resource of amusement on their behalf.

He would be a staunch opponent of mobility of ladies in public areas as well as in a number of his speeches he’d produced jokes symbolising the movement of women in marketplaces with this of vulgarity.

The funeral of Maulana Bijli Ghar is going to be held at Qayyum Stadium in Peshawar Cantonment at 11am on Monday. He’s left out three sons and three kids to mourn his death.