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Sheikh Hissam Ud Din, also known as Sheikh Hissamuddin or Sheikh Hassam Uddin, was one of the most well known Indian politicians and freedom fighters during the administration of the British Government of India
. He was one of the eminent leaders of the 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
After the country achieved independence from the supremacy of the British administration, the country was divided into the Union of India and the Dominion of India through the partition of India. Later Sheikh Hissam Ud Din retired from active politics and participated in the struggle for Khatm E Nubuwwat movement along with Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari, who was the chief of Majlis E Ahrar E Islam Pakistan party. Later in the year 1958, Sheikh Hissam Ud Din was elected for the seat of Secretary General of All Pakistan Majlis E Ahrar E Islam.
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