Raja Muhammad Iqbal

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Raja Muhammad Iqbal
Lance Naik (Retired)
Personal details
BornJanuary 1, 1935
Political partyAzad Jammu Kashmir Muhajirun Party
ResidencePind Dadan Khan, Pakistan
OccupationSoldier, Politician
Known forService in Indo-Pak War of 1965, Advocacy for Kashmir's accession to Pakistan, Founding the Azad Jammu Kashmir Muhajirun Party
Military service
RankLance Naik
Unit5 AK Regt
Battles/warsIndo-Pak War of 1965

Raja Muhammad Iqbal (born January 1, 1935) is a Pakistani military veteran and political figure known for his service in the Pakistani Army, his role in the Azad Jammu Kashmir Muhajirun Party, and his active participation in the Indo-Pak War of 1965.

Early life

Raja Muhammad Iqbal was born on January 1, 1935, in Kashmir. He spent his childhood in Kashmir until the age of 12 when he migrated to Pakistan.

Military Career

During his military career, Raja Muhammad Iqbal served as a Lance Naik in the Pakistani Army. He was honored with the Tamgha-i-Jang (War Medal) in 1965 for his service during the Indo-Pak War of 1965 in Battle of Chumb. He served in the 5 AK Regt and Armoured Corps

Political Involvement

Raja Muhammad Iqbal played a role in the political landscape of Azad Jammu Kashmir Muhajirun Party. He was a founding member of the party, dedicated to advocating for the rights and aspirations of the people of Kashmur

Indo-Pak War of 1965

During the Indo-Pak War of 1965, Raja Muhammad Iqbal participated in the Battle of Chumb.

Advocacy for Kashmir

Raja Muhammad Iqbal has been an advocate for the accession of Jammu and Kashmir to Pakistan. He has expressed his belief that the region should be integrated with Pakistan. His advocacy efforts have included public speeches and engagement with political leaders to raise awareness about the Kashmir issue.

Personal Life

Raja Muhammad Iqbal resides in Pind Dadan Khan, where he has lived for a significant portion of his life. He remains active in his political pursuits and continues to support the Kashmir cause.

Family and Relatives

Raja Muhammad Iqbal comes from a family with a tradition of serving in the armed forces and law enforcement agencies. His brother served in the Pakistani Army, and his brother's son pursued a career in the police force. Furthermore, Raja Muhammad Iqbal's own son currently holds the position of Inspector in the National Highways and Motorway Police, while another son served as an Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) in the police with the Airports Security Force.


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