Tehreek-e-Pakistan and Allama Ghulam Ahmad Pervez Rah
The date of birth of the late Allama Ghulam Ahmad Parvez is July 8. During the Tehreek-e-Pakistan, he was employed in the Home Department of the Central Government of India. With the formation of Pakistan, he moved to the Central Government of Pakistan and retired from the post of Assistant Secretary in 1955.
Being a fanatical Iqbal, he continued to promote the idea of a separate independent Muslim state which Allama Iqbal had presented in his presidential address at the annual meeting of the Muslim League at Allahabad.
In the summer of 1937, at the behest of Allama Iqbal, Quaid-e-Azam summoned Allama Pervez during his stay in Shimla and said that these Maulvis have risen up against the Tehreek-e-Pakistan. ۔\
Therefore, under the guidance of Quaid-e-Azam, all the necessary steps were taken, as a result of which the modern edition of the monthly "Tolo-e-Islam" was launched with the May 9 issue.
In this monthly, Pervez Sahib wrote valuable articles on the "two-nation ideology" of the Holy Qur'an, the need for an Islamic state and its basic requirements. During this time, he effectively defended what was written by the Congress and the Nationalist Ulema against the separate independent state of the Muslims.
He was in government service at the time, so it was difficult for him to speak from the stage of the Muslim League. However, in all the cities of Delhi and its environs where he could go in the evening and return the next morning, Muslim Immediately after the night meetings of the League, Bazm-i-Iqbal's party was arranged from the same stage.
In which Pervez Sahib in the light of Holy Quran and Iqbal's thought clearly presented the concept of Pakistan Movement and separate state of Muslims to the nation
. He also worked as a personal advisor to Quaid-e-Azam on the religious basis of Tehreek-e-Pakistan. He was the only person who had the privilege of being in the service of Quaid-e-Azam without any prior appointment.
He said that Quaid-e-Azam always followed the Qur'anic instructions after they came to light. Pervez Sahib is one of the few intellectuals who, according to Pir Ali Muhammad Rashdi, helped in the preparation of Pakistan's scheme.
Quaid-e-Azam had great faith in Allama Pervez and valued his opinion so much that when the time came, he sought his recommendation for the selection of suitable officers for the Secretariat of Pakistan.
After the establishment of Pakistan till his death, when a grieving Dahan made an unholy attempt to slander the founder of Pakistan, H Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah or his comrades, this same man of Mujahid intervened and at every opportunity handed over such reasoned articles from which The greatness of the character of these leaders of Tehreek-e-Pakistan kept coming to the fore.
Allama Ghulam Ahmad Pervez passed away on February 6, 1985. - Khurshid Anwar