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Janbaz Mirza, Member of Majlis E Ahrar Ul Islam
Janbaz Mirza was an Indian journalist, writer and poet from British India. He was one of the eminent leaders of the Majlis E Ahrar Ul Islam.
 
 Janbaz Mirza, also known as Mirza Ghulam Nabi Janbaz, was an Indian journalist, writer and poet from British dominated India. He Janbaz Mirza was one of the most renowned Indian politicians who fought against the administration of the British Government of India and significantly contributed to the Indian freedom struggle. He was one of the eminent leaders of the Majlis E Ahrar Ul Islam. He was also a founder of Majlis E Ahrar Ul Islam, also known as Majlis E Ahrar E Islam or simply as Ahrar, was an Indian conservative Sunni Muslim political party that existed during the rule of the British Empire in India. The party played a significant role in the Indian political scenario before to the Partition of India. Mirza also played a significant role in the Pakistan Movement.

Janbaz Mirza or Mirza Ghulam Nabi Janbaz became member of the Ahrar Party in the year 1932. After the nation attained independence from the rule of the British Colonial Empire and the partition of India, he settled in Pakistan. Later, he began to publish the weekly newspaper Tabsarah. Janbaz Mirza wrote Karvan E Ahrar, an 8 volume series on the history of Indian subcontinent.

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