The favorite place of Bushra Bibi Khan, The First Lady of Pakistan.
Data Ganj, Chisti, Freed Gunj, Qalandar and Nizamuddin – you think they came to spread Islam. Far from it. They were in Batini crap [Sufism], all shia or nizari shia.
They came to the sub continent for their safety from Ghaznavi and the Seljuk.
[They are dead, do not know when they will be raised, do not own any thing and do not listen to you]. SHIRK
Now you know why Allah’s Mercy not coming, there may be other reasons too.
PAKPATTAN The 768th Urs of a leading saint of the Silsila Chishtiya Hazrat Baba Fareed Gunj Shakar (RA) reached its zenith with the opening of the Bahishti Darwaaza amid celebrations here on Sunday evening. The ceremony was performed by Sajjada Nasheen of the Dargha Dewan Maadood Masood Chishti with loud slogans of 'Ya Fareed Haq Fareed. On the occasion, fireworks display was marvellous, which was an announcement that the Bahishti Darwaaza has been opened for the devotees of the great saint, who has followers across the globe. The devotees from Pakistan and other countries had started arriving in the city since Zilhaj 25, and will be staying here till the afternoon of the 10th of Muharram, which is the last day of rituals of the Urs when the ghusal ceremony of the mazaars is done by the Dewans. The Dewan, accompanied by his male family members, performed other rituals, including distribution of paechaas (saffron-coloured thread strips dipped in real saffron). Despite security threats and chill weather, thousands of people gathered near the Darbar and around the city, while more than a hundred thousand crossed the Bahishti Darwaaza on the first day. The Darwaaza will remain open till the 9th of Muharram, and it is believed that over half a million people will go through the Darwaaza, which is opened for five days in a year only during 15-day Urs celebrations. Prominent personalities, who crossed the Bahishti Darwaaza on the first day, included Premier Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Attiq Ahmed, Sajjada Nasheen Hazrat Khawaja Nizam-ud-Din (India) Syed Nazim Nizami, Federal Minister Mian Ghulam Ahmed Khan Maneka, former Governor Punjab Ghulam Mustafa Khar and so many others. Though strict security measures were put in place, but lapses could also be seen around. Especially when Dewan Maadood was descending from the Katchery (his residence) to perform the rituals, the police failed in controlling around 200 people, who were pushed rudely by the ruthless cops on the premises of the Darbar right in front of the shrine door. Earlier, at one point, the Dewan and District Coordination Officer Syed Haider Iqbal were loudly shouting for District Police Officer Muhammad Kashif to be in the picture for controlling the mess created by the cops themselves. He could not be traced despite repeated attempts. At this point, anything nefarious could have been done, but Allah seems to be siding with the masses and saving devotees lives, averred Javed Arshad Khan Niazi, spokesperson Tehreek-e-Faizan-e-Aulia Pakistan. On the first day of the Darwaaza opening, prominent Mashaikhs, political personalities and bureaucrats were also present, who were privileged over the 'ordinary devotees queued up barefooted outside the Dargha and across the city. The route to the Darwaaza was 'cut short for these elite devotees (only in their own right). Secondly, 'sitting-high-on-piety pedestal pirs were also giving them 'priority and 'special lungars (food). Pir Abdul Zahir Chishti was found proudly serving clad-in-civvies Regional Police Officer Sahiwal Division Amjad Javed Saleemi, while only a handful of 'ordinary devotees were served lungar at comparatively a simpler setting in the same vicinity like unwanted guests. Certainly, Saleemi was supposed to be 'on official duty instead of rubbing shoulders with the elitist pirs. The Tehsil Municipal Administration (TMA) had established its own set-up of lungar, but restricted only for the special ones.