PAL condoles demise of Sindhi and Urdu poets



Islamabad: (Raja Furqan Ahmed) Dr Yusuf Khushk, Chairman, Pakistan Academy of Letters expressed his condolences on the sad demises of eminent historian Prof. Azad Bin Haider, Sindhi poet and teacher from Tando Jam? Munir Ahmed Bbar, renowned Urdu poet Zafar Akbar Abadi, a poet from Hyderabad Khalid Jahangir and Urdu writer and intellectual from Ahmadpur Sharqiya Muhammad Saeed Ahmed. He said in his condolence message that Azad bin Haider was the leader of Tehreek-e-Pakistan, an associate of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and author of several books, president of Allama Iqbal Forum. He was a true lover of the Prophet (Peace be upon him). He was a pioneer of the ideology of Pakistan. He devoted his life to the development of Pakistan and the promotion and dissemination of the ideology of Pakistan.
He said that Munir Ahmad Bbar was one of the important poets of Sindhi language and he rendered valuable service to Sindhi poetry.
He said that with the demise of Zafar Akbarabadi, Urdu has deprived an important poet. He served for literature all his life. Services for radio and journalism will also always be remembered.
He said that Khalid Jahangir was a good poet and his Service for literature in Hyderabad through the literary organization “Irtaq a Adab” always be remembered. He said that Mian Muhammad Saeed Ahmad poetry collection was published, he was also serving in criticism and research literature.
Chairman of the PAL Dr. Yousuf Khushak prayed for forgiveness of the departed souls and for the bereaved family to bear this loss.