The Role And Contribution Of Maulana Saif-Ur-Rehman As Fighter For Independence In The Struggle Of Independence In Indo-Pak "

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Dr. Janas Khan , Muhammad Dawood Khan , Dr. Sardar Ali , Dr. Muhammad Abdul Haq , Dr. Arsala Khan , Dr. Muhammad Javed


The history of India has seen strange twists and turns. Sometimes it was ruled by non-Muslim kings, sometimes Muslims fell in love with this soil and sometimes the British ran their policies on it. The British era was the most dangerous and disturbing era in all these periods and there is no precedent in the past history of India for the chaos that the country suffered from with their arrival. The biggest threat to their arrival was the religious and national identities and cultural values ​​and traditions, from which various personalities from time to time played a role. In late 1913, a decisive movement against the British was announced under the leadership of Shaykh-ul-Hind Maulana Mahmood Al-Hassan.

Maulana Saif-ur-Rehman (RA) is one of the personalities who broke the chains of slavery and entered the field of Hurriyat (Freedom) and launched a decisive movement against the British Rule in Shabqadar, Charsadda, a village of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan and its adjacent to tribal areas under the patronage of Haji sahib Turangzai. Maulana Saif-ur- Rehman was a great personality from this region of Shabqadar, Charsadda, who took part in many battles with Maulana Rashid Ahmed Gangohi and Shaikh-ul-Hind Maulana Mahmood Al-Hassan during the heyday of British colonialism. In addition to his teaching services and the struggle for independence, he has been a political ambassador to Russia and Saudi Arabia. The said research paper is going to mention some of the deeds of Maulana Saif-ur-Rehman in the struggle for independence against the British Rule in India.

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