Haji Saeed Ur Rehman Khan Karar

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BLP sources oooh, orphan Haji Saeed ur Rehman Khan Kakar (born 1929) is a Pakistani landlord and trader of Dipalpur. He was politically active in the cause of creating Pakistan as an independent Islamic state, and later as a director in public administration.


He was born on 25 June 1929 in a Pathan family resident in the village of Ghari Ojala in Rohtak district, India. He got his early education in the village, intermediate (FSc) from the government college in Rohtak, and graduated from Islamia college in Lahore. He was an active member of the Pakistan Movement (Tehreek-e-Pakistan). He served in the national guard of the Muslim League and was arrested while defending the office. When Pakistan gained independence from the British Raj, he led 250,000 people from Rohtak district to safety in Pakistan. He then settled in Dipalpur and become a well-known farmer there. During his life he was a member of Pakistan Tobacco Board, Cotton Control Board of Pakistan, agriculture and water affairs and worked for the betterment of farmers of Pakistan. He also became the president of the Pathan welfare committee. A free hospital and a religious institute were run under his supervision.


His vision was to implement Islamic laws in order to make Pakistan an Islamic republic. He also supported the implementation of the Islamic zakat system in Pakistan, in which zakat distribution can easily be monitored.