Let it be known that Mrs.
Mumtaz Muzakkir, Founder Trustee & Treasurer of Islamic Education Trust (Reg’d.) 1958, has got permission dated
16 August 2007 from Honorable High Court of Sindh Karachi to repair the graves of her father, Quaid-e-Taleem Late Mr.
A.M. Qureshi (Founder Islamic Education Trust & Islamia College Complex Karachi), Khadim-e-Islam Late Allama Shabbir Ahmed
Usmani, Mohadis-e-Azam Late Allama Suleman Nadvi, Former Governor State Bank of Pakistan Late Mr. Zahid Hussain and Khadim-e-Qaum
Late Mr. Syed Ahmed Ashraf. As these graves are located in the confines of Islamia
College Karachi and as interim caretaker of Islamia College Karachi, Mr. Kadir Bux Umrani is ordered by High Court of
Sindh Karachi to supervise a repairing of graves, which Mrs. Mumtaz Muzakkir personally financed.
Abdul Rehman Muhammad Qureshi was the founder of seventeen
schools and colleges which were operational under his own personal administration. Quaid-e-Taleem Mr. A. M. Qureshi introduced
in Karachi the Qureshi Night College, and this night college was the first of its kind in Pakistan to bring quality education
within easy reach of the employee-students who had previously not been able to pursue academic degrees due to the fact that
they were working full time jobs during the day. Mr. A. M. Qureshi was involved
with the Muslim League and he made significant contributions to the establishment of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. He
stood side by side with Quaid-e-Azam Mr. Muhammad Ali Jinnah, offering of himself and his services without hesitation. Quaid-e-Taleem
Mr. A. M. Qureshi held the posts of M.N.A. and M.P.A. among other dignified and worthy positions. Quaid-e-Taleem Mr. A. M. Qureshi also served as the first President of the Karachi Muslim League in 1947.
My father, Quaid-e-Taleem Mr. A.M Qureshi passed away on 22nd June, 1989 (17th
Zeeqa'ad A.H.). He is no longer with us but his mission, his vision and his hopes
and dreams are still alive in the form of the Islamic Education Trust & Islamia College Complex Karachi.
Late Allama Shabbir Ahmed Usmani was one of the greatest freedom leaders for Pakistan. The funeral of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah
was done in his Imamat. Allama Saheb was one of those
few Deoband Alims who fought for the establishment of Pakistan.
He was the Founder President of Jamiat-ul- Ulama-e-Islam (1946), which most effectively counteracted the anti- Pakistan Movement
propaganda and activities led by Maulana Abu Kalam Azad’s pro-Congress Jamiat-ul-Ulamai Hind.
Late Allama Syed Sulaiman Nadvi was an eminent Pakistani historian, biographer, writer and scholar of Islamic history & religion. He is the author of monumental works, Sirat-un-Nabi
(Life of Holy Prophet) and Khutbat-e-Madras. After partition of India, Syed Sulaiman Nadvi migrated to Pakistan
in June 1950 and settled in Karachi. He was appointed Chairman of Taleemat-e-Islami Board to advise the Islamic aspects of Pakistan's constitution.
Late Barrister Syed Ahmed Ashraf was the first General Secretary of All-India Muslim League of