Hakeem Muhammad Amin Soomro

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Hakeem Muhammad Amin Soomro
Born 1895
Hingorja, Khairpur District, Pakistan
Died 12 June 1965
Hyderabad, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Occupation Physician, Politician

Hakeem Muhammad Amin Soomro, (1895 - 12 June 1965) (Template:Lang-sd Pakistani physician specializing in the field of South Asian traditional Unani medicine as well as a Muslim politician and freedom fighter. He studied in alumni Tibbia College Delhi[1] in 1921 and student of Hakeem Ajmal Khan. After return from Delhi, he was appointed Royal Hakeem of Princely State of Khairpur, Sindh during Mir Ali Nawaz Talpur's[2] era. He was politician and took part in Freedom Movement of Pakistan, Reshmi Romal Movement, Khilafat Movement in Doro Naro,[3]Sindh, founder member of All-India Muslim League in Dhoro Naro branch near Umerkot, Sindh. [4]