Qazi Faiz Muhammad

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Qazi Faiz Muhammad
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Born(1908-11-23)November 23, 1908
Naushahro Feroze District , Sindh, Pakistan
DiedOctober 13, 1982(1982-10-13) (aged 73)
MovementQuit India Movement
Khilafat Movement
  • Qazi Nabi Bux Siddiqi (father)

Qazi Faiz Muhammad (Urdu: قاضی فیض محمد‎, Urdu: قاضي فيض محمد‎) was a prograssive Pakistani politician and writer of Sindh, Pakistan. He struggled for the rights of peasants and laborars as a leader.[1]

Early life

Qazi was born to Qazi Nabi Bux Siddiqi on 23 November 1908 at Halani Town of District Nawab Shah, now Mehrabpur Taluka, Naushahro Feroze District , Sindh, Pakistan.[2]


Since his childhood he joined politics and became member of Sindh Hari Committee under the leadership of Hyder Bux Jatoi. Qazi Faiz supported “Quit India Movement” against Britain and opposed the Simon Commission. He was lawyer, secular politician, reformer, thinker, novelist and fond of classical Sufi music[3]. He took actively part in Khilafat movement. He was belonged to middle class family and was peasant leader.[4] [5]He was elected as secretary of Awami League party of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Sindh.[6][7] He wrote letters to G.M Syed in 1946, 1949, 1957 and 1972 about the political situations in Sindh.[8] His published novel Anjanu is countable contribution in Sindhi literature.[9]


Qazi Faiz Muhammad died on 13 October 1982.

External links


  1. iaoj (2008-12-04). "100th Birth Anniversary of Hari Leader Qazi Faiz Mohammed". Indus Asia Online Journal (iaoj). Retrieved 2020-03-21.
  2. "Sindhi Adabi Board Online Library (سنڌي ادبي بورڊ)". Retrieved 2020-03-24.
  3. Rafi, Haneen (2015-10-14). "Tribute paid to Sindh icon Qazi Faiz Mohammed". DAWN.COM. Retrieved 2020-03-20.
  5. "We can never dispense with politics, politicians: Asma Jehangir". Retrieved 2020-03-21.
  6. Afzal, M. Rafique (1976). Political Parties in Pakistan, 1947-1958. National Commission on Historical and Cultural Research.
  7. "Dialogue, NOS, The News International". Retrieved 2020-03-21.
  8. Haag, Jaap; Horst, Atie van der; History, International Institute of Social (1999). Guide to the international archives and collections at the IISH, Amsterdam. International Institute of Social History.
  9. Muhammad, Qazi Faiz (1993). Anijanu: Navilu. Sindhi Sahit Gharu.

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