Chahudary Rehmat Ali


Chaudhry Rehmat Ali, the founder of Tehreek-e-Pakistan and the one who suggested the name of Pakistan, is truly a hero and benefactor of Pakistan. Rehmat Ali introduced the word “Pakistan” in 1933. He was a student at Cambridge at the time. A short while ago, Chaudhry Sarwar Noor, a British citizen of Pakistani descent, had recently filed a case in a British court against the will of Chaudhry Rehmat Ali. His position in the case is: “Chaudhry Rehmat Ali had bequeathed his body to be buried in Pakistan. When he died in the UK at the age of 55, the situation was such that his body could not be transferred to Pakistan and his body was buried there in trust. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had promised him in a meeting before the elections that he would take steps to bring the body of Chaudhry Rehmat Ali to Pakistan in three months after the formation of the government. “Who cares about promises made in hurry”? According to Chaudhry Sarwar Noor, he has also met Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi in which he was shown the court decision and requested to issue NOC. Keeping in mind, A few years ago, efforts were being made to bring the body of Chaudhry Rehmat Ali from UK to Kamalia (Pakistan) and it was vowed that his shrine will be built here. Why did his descendants come up with the idea of ??bringing his body to Pakistan after so many years? They are questioning Pakistanis that those who struggled and sacrificed for Pakistan are treated in such a way that their there is not even two yards for their grave. It sounds good. But, it is really too late to take up the dead body of a person from a grave to put in an other grave. Is it possible?