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NAWAB BAHADUR YAR JUNG

NAWAB BAHADUR YAR JUNG

BornMuhammad Bahadur Khan
NAWAB BAHADUR YAR JUNG
NAWAB BAHADUR YAR JUNG
NAWAB BAHADUR YAR JUNG
3 February 1905
Hyderabad, Hyderabad Deccan,
Died25 June 1944 (aged 39)
Hyderabad, Hyderabad Deccan
Resting placeMushirabad, Hyderabad, India
NationalityHyderabadi
Other namesQuaid-e-Millat, Bahadur Yar Jung
Alma materMadarsay Darul-Uloom nowCity College Hyderabad
Known forProminent figure of Pakistan Movement.
Propounding the philosophy ofSharia Law and Muslim State.
Associated with:
*Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen
*Muslim League
*Khaksar Tehrik
ReligionIslam
Spouse(s)Talmain Khatoon
ParentsKhatoon (Mother)
Nawab Naseer Yar Jung (Father)

Nawab Bahadur Yar Jung was born on 3rd of February 1905. In 1938, Bahadur Yar Jung was elected President of the MIM (the party was called only Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen) which had a cultural and religious manifesto. It soon acquired political complexion and became aligned with the Muslim League in British India. he was an Hyderabadi Muslim who argued for the separation of Muslim states in India during the British Occupation in the 1947s and 1948s.
studied Arabic and Persian at home and due to his father’s death in 1923 did not continue his studies after Matriculation. The two leading political parties of the sub-continent Congress and Muslim League in the beginning confined their activities to the British India. But later when the Congress stretched its activities also in the princely states of India and formed the All-India States Peoples Conference, Nawab Bahadur Yar Jang decided to unite the Muslims of the states on one platform. He established All-India States Muslim League, which had its headquarter at Nagpur.
Cause of death-  Suspected Poisoned, his hukka was poisoned when he went to meet the opposition party. he was died 25 june 1944 at the age of 39.

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