Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Aligarh University, Sadaat e Nihtaur and Hyder Family

Here is the list of alumni of Aligarh Muslim  University belonging to Sadaat e Nihtaur. 
 Alumni of Aligarh standing from left to right:
Sultan Hyder, Rashiduddin Hyder, my father Ahsan (Ehsaan) Hyder, Jarrar Hyder, Zaheer Hyder. Sitting my father's grandfather Syed Ikraam Hyder, and my father's father Abdul Ghani Hyder. 

Details below. 

I have mentioned relationships with those linked to my immediate family. Other extended relationships need further elaborating. 
Legend: (1) Father's Name, (2) Date of birth, (3) Date of Admission, (7) Degree at AMU with  year
  1. EHSAAN HYDER, SYED- (1) Syed Abdul Ghani, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 12.4.1917 (7) B.A. 1935; LL.B. 1938. My (Syed Irfan Hyder) father. 
  2. SULTAN HAIDER, SYED – (1) S. Abdul Ghani – Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 14.4.1927 (3) 22.7.1940 (7) B.Sc. 1944. My father's younger brother
  3. TUFAIL HYDER,S. (MISS)-(1) Syed Mohd. Ghani Hyder Nihtaur (2) 2.4.1919 (7) B.A. 1938; B.T. 1939. My father's sister. Wife of Syed Rashiduddin Hyder
  4. RASHIDUDDIN HYDER SYED (1) S. Wahiduddin Hyder, Nithaur (Bijnore) (3) Oct. 1933 (7) B.Sc. 1942. My father's first cousin. Husband of my father's sister. Father-in-law of my sister. 
  5. HUSNA ZAHRA ZAIDI- (1) Nisar Hyder Zaidi, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 22.5.1916 (7) B.A. 1937. Wife of my uncle (taya) Luqman Hyder
  6. SAEEDUDDIN HYDER, SYED - (1) Syed Wahiduddin Hyder Nihtaur - Bijnor (2) 20.3.1907 (7) B.Sc. 1927. Brother of Rashid uddin Hyder
  7. AIZAZ HYDER, SYED- (1) S. Aijaz Hyder, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 21.4.1923 (3) 2.8.1941 (7) B.Sc. 1946. Father of Dr Shiraz Hyder and Mrs Rubina (Dee)  Humayun Qureshi. Brother of Imtiaz Hyder. 
  8. HUMAIRA KHATOON HYDER- (1) S. Nasiruddin Hyder, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 12.4.1918 (7) B.A. 1941. Also known as Humman. Mrs Jari Ahmed Zaidi. Mother of Mrs Nazli Javed Husain (and others), grandmother of journalist Fahad Husain (and others). 
  9. SALAHUDDIN HYDER, SYED - (1) Syed Nasiruddin Hyder Nihtaur (Bijnor) (2) 28.6.1930 (3) July 1941 (4) F.Sc. (5) Day Scholar (6) April, 1945 (7) B.Sc. 1945 (8) Ph.D. Mc. Gill University, Montreal-Canada (10) Professor of Computer Science, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada (19, Winston Circle, Points Clairs, Quebec, Canada). Alias: Pyaray. 
  10. ZAHEER HAIDER, SYED- (1) S.Zamir Haider (2) 20.8.1922, Nihtaur (Bijnor) (7) B.A.; B.T.
  11. AKHLAQ AHMAD, SYED- (1) S. Rashid Ahmad, Nihtaur (Bijnor) (7) B.T. 1941.
  12. AKHLAQ AHMAD ZAIDI, SYED- (1) S. Ashfaq Ahmad, Nihtaur (Bijnor) (3) 1932 (7) B.A. 1934.
  13. BASIR HAIDER ZAIDI, SYED- (1) K.S.Syed Bashir Haider (2) 10.7.1932-Nihtaur-Bijnor (3) 15.7.1945 (7) B.Sc., 1949; B.Sc., Engg., 1952.
  14. DURRE SHAHWAR ZAIDI- (1) Syed Wajahat Husain Zaidi, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 15.1.1947 (3) July, 1959 (4) B.A. (5) Abdullah Hall, New Hostel (6) June, 1963 (7) B.A. 1963; M.A. 1965 (10) W/o. Naseem Ahmad Zaidi, Lecturer in Economics, A.M.U.Aligarh.
  15. FARHAT AFZA ZAIDI, S.- (1) Syed Habibul Hasan Zaidi, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 2.1.1941 (7) B.A. 1961; B.Ed. 1966.
  16. HAMIDA ZAIDI- (1) Syed Mustahsan Saeed-Nihtaur- Bijnor (2) 27.3.1928 (7) B.A. 1946.
  17. HUSAIN MEHDI RIZVI- (1) Syed Shamim Haider (2) 13.12.1932, Nihtaur-Bijnor (3) August, 1947 (4) Intermediate (5) MM Hall, Aftab Hall, MM Hostel (6) 1954 (7) B.Sc.; M.Sc.; & LL.B. (9) Debates (10) Mughalpura-1, Moradabad.
  18. «IBNAY ABBAS- (1) Syed Nazeer Abbas, Nihtaur, Dt. Bijnor (3) 16.10.1911 (4) III Year.
  19. IFTIKHAR HYDER ZAIDI, SYED- (1) Dr. Syed Karrar Hyder K.B. (2) 11.6.1894-Nihtaur-Bijnor (3) July, 1913 (4) Inter Science (6) May, 1915 (7) F.Sc. 1915; LL.B. 1928 (8) B.A. 1921 from Allahabad University (9) Secretary, Day Scholars Club-1914 (10) Advocate, No.3, Moh. Madarsa Upperkot, Bulandshahr, U.P.
  20. IFTIKHAR MEHLI, SYED- (1) S. Alay Hasan, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 15.8.1921 (3) 14.12.1938 (7) M.A. & LL.B. 1948 (10) Railway Road, near Muslim Musafir Khana, Aligarh, U.P.
  21. IJMAL MEHDI, SYED- (1) S. Iqbal Mehdi, Nihtaur, Dt. Bijnor (2) 1.7.1942 (3) 25.8.56 (7) B.Sc. 1964.
  22. IQBAL AKHTAR, SYEDA- (1) Syed Aley Hasan-Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 10.1.1936 (7) B.Sc. 1952; M.Sc. 1955; Ph.D. (Chem.), 1966 (10) Lecturer. Railway Road. Near Muslim Musafir Khana, Aligarh.
  23. ISHTIAQ AHMED, SYED- (1) Syed Rashid Ahmad, Nihtaur-Bijnore (2) 3.5.31 (7) B.Sc. Engg. 1951.
  24. JARRAR HYDER, SYED- (1) Syed Nisar Hyder Zaidi, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 7.7.1920 (3) 1933 (4) Intermediate (5) Aftab Hall, R- 58 (6) 1939 (7) LL.B. 1939 (9) Political Activity (10) Advocate, 51-Ashok Nagar, Allahabad, U.P. Brother of Husne Zahra above. 
  25. KHALDA MUSHIR HAIDER ZAIDI, SYEDA- (1) Syed Mushir Haider (2) 29.5.1942, Nihtaur-Bijnor (6) continuing, Costume Design, Women’s Polytechnic (7) B.A. 1965 (9) N.C.C.; P.T.; Painting (10) C/o. Mona Zaidi, Asstt. Mistress, Abdullah Mursery School, M.U., Aligarh.
  26. KHALIDA HYDER, SYEDA- (1) S. Naseeruddin Hyder, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 8.4.1926 (7) B.A. 1946; M.A. 1948.
  27. KHURSHID IQBAL- (1) Iqbal Mahdi, Nihtaur (7) B.A. 1956, B.Ed. 1960.
  28. MANZUR AHMAD, SYED. – (1) Syed Ali Asghar, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 5.12.1905 (7) B.A. 1927; B.T. 1930.
  29. MAQSOOD HOSAIN, SYED – (1) S.Tajammul Hosain, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 11.3.1907 (7) B.A. 1929.
  30. MASOOD HUSAIN, M. - (1) S.Tajammul Husain, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 16.10.1902 (7) B.A. 1926.
  31. MASUDUL HASAN, SYED. - (1) Syed Mahmudul Hasan, Nihtaur-Bijner (7) B.A. 1925; M.A.1936; LL.B.1937
  32. MAZHAR HASAN, SYED. – (1) S. Mehdi Hasan, Nihtaur (2)17.5.1909 (7) B.T. 1939, M.A. 1948.
  33. MOHAMMAD AHSAN (1) Mushtaq Hussain, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 10.6.1924 (7) B.A. 1945.
  34. MOHAMMAD AMIR MASUD (1) Mohd. Amir Husan, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 13.3.1922 (7) M.A. 1943
  35. MOHAMMAD NAIM (1) Hakim Mohammad Jamil (2) 2.4.1941 Nihtaur (3) July, 1956 (4) BUMS (5) SS Hall, 89, Osmania (6) May, 1962 (7) BUMS (9) Badminton (10) Medical Practitioner, Razaqiya Hospital & Nursing Home, PO Nihtaur Bijnor U.P.
  36. MUTI-UL-HASAN, SAIYED (1) Saiyid Mohd. Rafat Husain, Nihtaur (Bijnor) (7) B.A.1926
  37. NASIRUL HASAN ZAIDI, SYED (1) S. Nazeer Hasan (2) Nihtaur (Bijnor) (7) B.A. 1920 (10) Retired Tehsildar U.P
  38. NILOFAR MUSHIR HAIDER ZAIDI, SYEDA (1) Syed Mushir-Haider (2) 1.11.1945-Nihtaur-Bihar (7) B.A 1962; M.A 1964; B.Ed. 1965; M.A 1967(9) N.C.C.P.T (10) Teacher, Shafiq Memorial High School, Bara Hindu RAo, Delhi- 6
  39. NISHAT P. ZAIDI (1) S. Razauddin Hyder (2) Nibhaur (3) 15.7.1957 (4) Intermediate (6) 16.5.1966 (7) B.A B.Ed. (10) C/O Mr. S. Razauddin Hyder, P.O Nihtaur Distt. Bijnor
  40. NISHAT PARVEEN ZAIDI, SYED (1) Syed RAzauddin-Haider Zaidi, Nihtaur (2) 8.7.1941 (7) B.A 1963 B.Ed. 1969 (Bijnor)
  41. NUZHAT PARVEEN ZAIDI (1) S. Razauddin Hyder (2) Nihtaur (3) 15.7.1957 (4) Inter (5) 15.5.1965 (7) B.A. M.A. B. Lib. (10) Mrs. S. Zahoor Zaidi Plot No. 3, Room 7. Block III. Sub-Block F. Nazimabad Karachi Pakistan.
  42. SAFIA WAHEED - (1) Syed Abdul Waheed, Nihtaur (Bijnor) (2) 14.4.1938, (7) B.A. 1960.
  43. SHABIH UDDIN HYDER, S. - (1) S. Raza Uddin Hyder (2) Nihtaur (3) 15.7.1960 (4) B.A Ist Year (6) 15.5.1963 (7) B.A (10) Agriculturer. S. Razauddin Hyder, P.O. Nihtaur Disstt. Bijnor U.P.
  44. SHAMSHAD HAIDER ZAIDI, SYED – (1) S. Anwar Haider Zaidi Nihtaur- Bijnor (2) 19.10.1943-Dehradun (5) N.R.S.C. „A‟ (7) B.A. 1969 (10) Senior Laboratory Assistant Deptt. Of Paediatrics, Medical College AMU, Aligarh.
  45. SUFIA KHATOON, SYEDA – (1) Syed Abdul Waheed – Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 21.3.1929 (7) B.A., 1949 (10) Pakistan.
  46. SURAIYA SULTANA, SYEDA DR. – (1) Syed Abdul Waheed-Nihtaur Bijnor (2) 25.12.1925 (7) B.A. 1946; B.T. 1947; LL.B. 1949 (10) Reader Women‟s College, A.M.U., Aligarh.
  47. TAUSIFA ZAMIR HAIDER (Dr.)- (1) S. Zamir Haider, Nihtaur-Bijnor (2) 23.9.1934 (7) B.Sc. 1952. Lecturer, J.N. Medical College A.M.U., Aligarh.
  48. VAQAR HUSAIN, SYED -(1) S. Aley Husain, Nihtaur – Bijnor (2) 20.7. 1934 (7) B.Com. 1952; LL.B. 1957 (10) Railway Road, Near Muslim Musafir Khana, Aligarh.
  49. YUSUF HUSAIN, HAJI SYED MOHD.-(1) Haji Syed Shahid Husain (2) 4.1.1901, Nihtaur-Bijnor (3) 1917 (5) S.M. East & Mumtaz, 78, 36. (6) 1921 (7) B.A. 1921 (10) Retd. Asstt. Secondary Inter Board U.P., (Ex.Asstt. Registrar, AMU, Aligarh) 1955-61. Working again as Archivist since Sept. 1966-1971.
  50. ZAHIN AHMAD NAQVI, SYED-(1) Syed Aqeel Ahmad, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 1.1.1944 (7) B.Sc. 1965.
  51. ZAIR HUSAIN, SYED- (1) Ahsan Husain, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 3.7.1907 (7) B.A. 1932; M.A. 1950. Karachi.
  52. ZAKIA KHATOON, SAYEDA- (1) Syed Ummidul Hasan, Nihtaur, Bijnor (2) 3.5.1942 (7) B.A. 1965.
Source:
The list was extracted on a search of "Nihtaur"  (Bijnor)  in AMU's list of alumni. It was extracted from the pdf  Aligarh Univ Alumni which was compiled by Mr Imran Matanat by downloading the lists from Sir Syed University Karachi website. I converted the word to this word format of the file of the directory of Aligarh University Alumni

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Sunday, June 2, 2019

An Eyewitness Account of Justice Munir's Doctrine of Necessity Judgement by Mr Ashraf Janjua

Justice Munir's Doctrine of Necessity Judgment is the most important single event in the history of Pakistan. The costs of Justice Munir's Doctrine of Necessity have been 4 Martial Laws and 35 years of direct dictatorships. The remaining years of Pakistan's existence have been spent fighting the booby traps inserted in the constitution by the dictators that throttle and strangulate the s/elected governments and keep on exploding every few years keeping Pakistan in a perpetual ICU emergency.
Mr Ashraf Janjua

Here is an eyewitness account by octogenarian Mr Ashraf Janjua who had been Deputy Governor SBP, and Dean and Professor at IoBM Karachi. He is also the author of a multi-volume history of State Bank of Pakistan. This is taken from his recent comments on my facebook post on political engineering that led to the judgment:
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Maulvi Tamizuddin was the speaker of the Constituent Assembly that was dissolved by the Governor General Ghulam Mohmmad. He was Governor General of Pakistan from 1951 to 1955. Maulvi Tamizuddin had challenged the GG’s decision to dissolve the assembly in Sindh High Court and had won the case. On appeal by the government, the case was heard in the Federal Court (renamed later on as Supreme Court) during 1955.
My memory is no longer as sharp as it used to be, but I remember distinctly that people could sense that there was something important about Maulvi Tamizuddin Case. During the hearings, first thing everyone would look for in the morning newspaper was the news about the proceedings of the Maulvi Tamizuddin case in the court.  
I listened to the proceedings of this case in the then Federal Court (before it was renamed as Supreme Court) in Lahore. A few students from Economics Department of Punjab University including myself sat in the gallery of the court for a few hours in May of 1955. During these hours Maulvi Tamizuddin was represented by Hamidul Haq Chowdhery and a British advocate named Mr Pritt, the latter was willing to fight for Democracy anywhere in the world without charging any fees. 
I remember many details of that hearing. One worth sharing with readers is that in his presentation,  Hamidul Haq Chowdhery used the word dishonest for the Governor General. On hearing this, CJ Munir lost his cool and said,”Mr Chowdhery you have used the word dishonest for the Governor General twice, if you use it again you will no longer be at the bar”. Mr Chowdhery apologized profusely. 
The five judges of the Federal (Supreme) Court at that time were Justices Mohammad Munir, Justice A. R. Cornileus, Justice S.A Rahman, Justice Mohammad Sharif and Justice Mohammad Akram. The first three were in the same order of seniority. May be Justice Shahbuddin was replaced by Justice Mohammad Akram or Justice Mohammad Sharif[1], I have no idea. I could identify Justice Mohammad Sharif on the Bench because as early as early as April 1951, I had received a prize from his hand as he was the Chief Guest in the annual prize distribution at Government College, Chakwal. I am not sure but I think at that time he was on the Bench of Punjab High Court. 
I recall that once all the judges retired to an ante room perhaps for consultation, and after a few minutes asked the messenger to get them a book placed on a table before the judges. Again, the proceedings continued. When the decision was announced the reaction was mixed. I have hazy recollection that Daily Dawn came out against it. But some of my fellow students said, "A decision against GG would have meant Martial Law.”
These are some of my recollections.
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[1] Justice Shahabuddin was actually replaced by Justice Mohammad Akram. The story of this replacement is part of the political engineering as detailed in my post Doctrine of Necessity, DoN godfathers Political Engineering of the SC Bench to Obtain Doctrine of Necessity Judgement

Mr Ashraf Janjua's Profile

Mr. M. Ashraf Janjua served as Chief Economic Advisor of State Bank of Pakistan from 1995 to 2004. Mr. Janjua joined the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) in 1966 and served as a Deputy Governor of Policy at SBP from 1992 to 1995. Prior to that, he served at Pakistan Institute of Development Economics as a Research Economist and at Pakistan Development Review as an Associate Editor. He served as an Independent Director of Atlas Asset Management Limited at Atlas Fund of Funds from September 11, 2008 to October 29, 2012. He served as an Executive Director for Pakistan at the International Monetary Fund, Washington from 1979 to 1983. Amongst other research works, he is the author of History of State Bank of Pakistan - Volume III (1977-78), and Volume IV (1988 - 2003). He was a Senior Fellow with the rank of Professor of Economics and the Dean of College of Business Management in Karachi. He holds a Masters degree in Economics from Government College Lahore at Punjab University and a Masters degree in Development Economics from the Williams College in USA. Mr. Janjua has also done one year's graduate work at the Stanford University in California, USA.

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