Saturday, 26 May 2018

Koti Women's College Hyderabad: Epitome of Love of a Hyderabadi Princess and a British Resident Officer.

Hyderabad keeps on surprising me with its jewels spread across the city.  

One among these jewels is College for Women in Koti. Many Hyderabadi women have right to boast that they were the student of college of love,” Koti Women's College” which is not just a grand building, but was purpose built for love.
Lieutenant Colonel James Achilles Kirkpatrick ,his wife Khair-un-Nissa with Children 

When the British left Hyderabad in 1949, the Koti residency was converted into Women’s college. Now Koti Women's College lies in the heart of the most favorite commercial and busiest market of Hyderabad.

The man who built it, had come India to conquer the country, but it was he who was conquered, not by an army… but by a Hyderabadi woman.
Koti Womens College College-Hyderabad 
For some strange reason, most love stories do not have a happy fairy-tale ending. Very rarely we come across a story that ends with “and they all lived happily ever after”.

This love story is between British Resident Officer James Achilles Kirkpatrick (1764-1805),  a high-ranking diplomat from the East India Company at the court of Hyderabad and Khair un-Nissa (1786-1813), the great niece of the Prime Minister in court of Nizam of Hyderabad state).

Students and Professors of Koti Womens College-Hyderabad
Koti Women's college began its life as the residence of the British Resident in the Deccan region on the the land provided by the Nizam in 1803. 
Both wanted to be as far away from each other yet with the ability to keep an eye on the other.  Hence this place was chosen across the River Musi.
British officer of East India Company drinking Hukka
And the Love story of James Achilles Kirkpatrick (British resident Officer in court of Nizam Hyderabad) and  Princess Khair-u-nissa goes on

Love is said to be the strongest emotion that a human can possess. It is the very emotion that connects two souls with an unbreakable bond.
It not only connects you with the fellow beings but will help you realize your purpose on earth and gives you strength to do things you could never imagine.
v  James Achilles Kirkpatrick was a high-ranking diplomat from the East India Company at the court of Hyderabad, who was so captivated by Indo-Persian culture after travelling to India with imperialist intentions? 
He quickly gave up his English habits and wardrobe and replaced them with nauch parties and Mughal-style outfits.
v   Kirkpatrick, who likes many other British, went completely native, adopting the native dress and social ways. He smoked a hookah, wore Indian style mustachios and had his fingers dyed in henna. 

Moreover James had taken on the Eastern habit of belching appreciatively after meals.

A Nauch girl in a mehfil of Britishers
v  With fluent Hindustani and Persian, he openly mingled with the elite of Hyderabad. Kirkpatrick was adopted by the Nizam of Hyderabad, who invested him with many titles: mutamin ul mulk ('Safeguard of the kingdom'), hushmat Jung ('Valiant in battle'), nawab fakhr-ud-dowlah bahadur ('Governor, pride of the state, and hero').
Princess Khair-un-Nissa
v  He fell in love with the grand-daughter Khair-un-Nissa of the Prime Minister of Hyderabad.The union, however, would not be so easy, as she was a Sayyadi and he was part of the East India Company, who hated the Nizams’ guts. 

A British Resident in court of Nawab
v  Though ostensibly the mission of British Resident Kirkpatrick was to build political bridges with the Nizam, while hidden agenda was to expand British territory, but he was vanquished by the bewitching beauty of Khair un-Nissa — ‘most excellent among women’.

v  In a picture of Khair un-Nissa, dated 1806, "she still looks, a little more than a child: a graceful, delicate shy creature with porcelain skin, an oval face and dark brown eyes". No wonder she stole the heart of the young Resident, who first saw her at a royal wedding from behind a curtain.

v  Then the love story takes the course of a legendary ballad, with the hero overcoming many obstacles, including breaking off the heroine’s engagement to a local nobleman and facing stern reprimands and wrath of his ‘superiors’. But as true love knows no impediments, Kirkpatrick converts to Islam and marries his lady love.

  Local officials said they would allow the marriage only on the condition that he “strives for the best interests of the Hyderabadi government.” He accepted the conditions, and they got married in 1801. James thus became a double agent for the Nizam Government.

Now here tragedy is waiting for Young Lovers
v  Upon hearing of the marriage, and James’ conversion into Islam, the newly appointed governor of India Lord Rickard Wessesley summoned him to Calcutta, where he was reprimanded and dismissed from his position. Wellesley strongly disapproved British-Indian liaisons.

v  Kirkpatrick later fell ill and died in Calcutta, in 1805. Khair became a widow at a young age of 19. Despite the tragic ending, the estate that he constructed for her, 

the Residency building, which later became the Koti Women’s College, still remains as an epitome of their love.

v  Although she, as a disgraced woman consequent to the love affair, she was not allowed by her family to return to Hyderabad for some years, with the death of a senior male relative she was eventually allowed to return, and in Hyderabad on 22 September 1813 aged 27.

v  Kirkpatrick and Khair-un-Nissa together had two children: a son, Mir Ghulam Ali Sahib Allum and a daughter, Noor-un-Nissa Sahib Begum. Their father sent them to England to live with their grandfather Colonel James Kirkpatrick, in London and Keston, Kent, shortly before his own, unexpected death at a young age.

 The colourful romance ends on a tragic note with Kirkpatrick deciding to send their children to Britain and he himself dying alone in Calcutta on way to his homeland.

 "James had died among strangers… and far from everyone he loved… he was laid in the muddy monsoon ground. In place of tears, there was a cold military salute." And finally Khair, too, died alone on September 22, 1813, aged only 27, in Hyderabad

And that is the story of Koti Women’s College Hyderabad, and the man who built it. Someone who had come to India to conquer the country, but it was he who was conquered, not by an army… but by a Hyderabadi woman.
Khair, the lovely princess, is still remembered by the Telangana Government. They named a tourist boat after her.
Painting of Residency.
Present Koti market chauraha Hyderabad
   After death of James Achilles Kirkpatrick , Khair-un-Nissa was seduced by James's assistant, Henry Russel who replaced him as resident in Hyderabad. She remained his mistress at Masulipatnam, after being banned from returning to Hyderabad. 

La After on a visit to Madras, Russel fell for a half-Portuguese beauty and married her. Ultimately, the ban was lifted and Khair-un-Nissa returned to Hyderabad where she died on September 22, 1813 aged 27.
   This story is set to come alive in a movie based on a novel by Scottish author William Dalrymple.

     Written and posted by Engr Maqbool Akram, with the help of Wikipedia and other materials available on Net  with thanks.

Sunday, 20 May 2018

Management Tips: What Not To Do Before You Quit Your Job--The Professional Way.

Many people leave the job with souring relationships.Take care that you are more often remembered by your attitude at exit than your tenure.It is advised to walk away with pride and honor. So you must know “What Not to Do before Quiting the Job in Professional way”.Be humble and Professional at quieting the job.

With each job quit you are leaving a trail of opinions.These opinions could build a solid reputation that helps in securing future jobs, or they could result in negative comments that could kill a great future job opportunities. How you behave towards the end can greatly impact your reputation.

You've given notice at your job because you have got a better job. It's an exciting time, and your happiness about your new opportunity can cloud your judgment.  You can forget that the people you work with will remember you for the things you said and did during your last few weeks at work more than they will remember what you did and said for years before that.

Here are Eight Management tips:”Not to do as you're leaving your job”, and blunders to avoid.keep Professional attitude at quieting the job.These “not to do when leaving your job” while shifting to a new job, will help you in leaving the job with head high and your reputation pristine.

No matter how well or how badly you were treated on the job. It's in your rear view mirror already. You're moving up and onward! We've all heard that it's important to leave a job on good terms, but we can easily forget what those "good terms" require.

(1) Remember to be humble. Resist the temptation to celebrate your good fortune of landing a new job too enthusiastically with co-workers. You will only alienate your soon-to-be former colleagues.Do not badmouth management or staff. People have long memories about criticism, and you never know when inquiries about your performance will be made by future employers. Even if you hated your job or your boss, there's no point in saying so. 

(2) Once you give notice, your next priority is to leave your desk and your role in perfect shape. If you can, create a report that lays out your current priorities and projects and the status of each one. It feels very good to put this wrap-up report together and it will make your replacement's life much easier.

(3) Don't tell anyone that you are happy to be leaving your job, even if it's written all over your face. Your soon-to-be-former co-workers are still stuck in jobs they may not love any more than you loved yours.

(4) Any project looks like it won't be completed when you leave, tell somebody where the project stands and what still needs to be done on it, and put that information in writing to your manager also. Never, ever say anything negative about your boss or the company, even if your work-friends ask you.

(5) You know which files on your computer are yours and which belong to your company. Don't take any client, vendor or internal information with you, but be sure to get your personal photos and files off your company machine before your last day of work. Don't reach out to customers to tell them you're leaving until that communication has been approved by your boss. After all, they are the company's customers rather than your personal contacts. You can certainly reach out to any client you want to after you've left the company.

(6) In those final weeks it may be tempting to take long lunches, arrive late and leave early, but all eyes are on you. Experts suggest that you maintain the same work pace that you’d previously set and keep a positive attitude.

(7) Issue notice on a Friday- Midweek is just an odd time, and on a Monday or Tuesday, you are catching people as they are about to dive into a full week of work.

Doing it on a Friday is best. It gives you and your employer the rest of the day, and the weekend, to think about it and come to terms with the decision. If you are a key member of the team, your boss will likely need to come up with a game plan on how to replace you. He or she may also want to make you a counteroffer, asking you to sit on your resignation and think it over. For this reason, Friday is the most strategic day to hand in your notice.

(8) Say thank you. Take the time to thank everyone who has helped you to be productive in your role. Your generosity and modesty will be remembered. Single people out and express your gratitude for their support at any going-away parties. Take the time to send a goodbye email to the people you've worked with.

Above Mangement Tips for,What Not to Do before You Quit Your Jobwill help you to walk away with grace and pride. It’s important to leave a job on good terms, but we can easily forget what those "good terms" require.

You are going to quit your job with your head held high and your reputation pristine, no matter how well or how badly you were treated on the job. Keep your Pride attitude even at quieting the job . You're moving up and onward! We've all heard that it's important to leave a job on good terms, but we can easily forget what those "good terms" require.

Above Blog has been shared by Guest Blogger Sheeba Siddiqui, an HR Expert .Posted by Engr Maqbool Akram and images are from Net.

Wednesday, 16 May 2018

Jinn of Jinnah in AMU. Aligarh

AMU. Aligarh Students at protest over a non Jinnah issue

Who is Jinnah? It was an arrow in air by my grand daughter, a kid of class 7th.

Protesting Students of AMU. Aligarh at Bab-e- Syed
This question left me in hesitancy, how to explain, who was Jinnah. I asked her, how you came to know the name of Jinnah.From TV Channels, News Papers, posts on Time Line of Facebook and even on Whats App.She replied. The jinn of Jinnah were alive in Aligarh. Very sad….

Start of Controversy
This question was In the light of rescent controversy generated when BJP MP (of Aligarh) Mr.Satish Gautam objected to the presence of a portrait of Mohammad Ali Jinnah at Aligarh Muslim university Students Union.
Responding to the letter, the AMU authorities and the student union president called the portrait “just a historical preservation of the university’s legacy”.
AMU Students Union
“His portrait has been there on the walls of the student union hall since 1938. It was a pre-Independence era (portrait) much before the Partition.”
Md.Ali Jinnah

Jinnah’s portrait was hanging among a galaxy of luminaries like Mahatma Gandhi, Maulana Azad, Jawaharlal Nehru, CV Raman, Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, VV Giri and APJ Abdul Kalam, he added.  “All these personalities were the life members of the AMUSU.”
AMU was conferring life membership on eminent personalities since 1920 and Mahatama Gandhi was the first life member of AMUSU. “Their portraits add to the rich heritage of undivided India and no one ever raised this issue before.”

University public relations in-charge Professor M Shafey Kidwai clarified that AMU neither glorifies Jinnah nor condones his ideology. "People who supported his ideology have left India long ago and there is no point in stoking an unnecessary controversy in the name of the person who is not liked by anyone in the varsity campus," he said. "The university makes its stand clear that these portraits are archives because they are a part of our history and nothing else," he said.
Who was Jinnah(1876-1948)

Mohammed Ali Jinnah was born on 25 December 1876 in Karachi, now in Pakistan, but then part of British-controlled India

Jinnah studied at Bombay University and at Lincoln's Inn in London. He then ran a successful legal practice in Bombay. He was already a member of the Indian National Congress, when he joined the Muslim League in 1913. 
Mohd Ali Jinnah and Mahatma M.K.Gandhi
The league had formed a few years earlier to represent the interests of Indian Muslims in a predominantly Hindu country, and by 1916 he was elected its president.
In 1920, the Indian National Congress launched a movement of non-cooperation to boycott all aspects of British rule. Jinnah opposed this policy and resigned from the congress. There were by now profound differences between the congress and the Muslim League.
Map of India,Pakistan and Bangla Desh
Jinnah had always believed that Hindu-Muslim unity was possible, but reluctantly came to the view that partition was necessary to safeguard the rights of Indian Muslims.
His insistence on this issue through negotiations with the British government resulted in the partition of India and the formation of the state of Pakistan on 14 August 1947. This occurred against a backdrop of widespread violence between Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs, and a vast movement of populations between the new states of Pakistan and India in which hundreds of thousands died.
From a talk of Prof Irfan Habib with Manimugdha S Sharma
There were two aspects to Jinnah: one was Partition and the other was opposition to British rule from the time of Gopalkrishna Gokhale. Very few people know that he was the defence counsel of Bal Gangadhar Tilak (in a sedition case) and won him the case against the British government in 1916.
It’s a part of our history. Even if somebody wants to be rowdy about it, history can’t be changed. In fact, Bhagat Singh should be a national hero for Pakistan as much as he is for us.

Professor Ali Nadeem Rezavi,Chairman history department, said the entire incident was perhaps designed to embarrass Hamid Ansari Sheb, since his Muslim identity has been used against him earlier too. He said it was shameful that the university failed to honour its distinguished alumnus because of this ruckus.
Pointing out that Jinnah's portrait is mounted even in a Shimla institute, Sabarmati Ashram, Bombay High court and other places in the country, he asked why the AMU alone was being targeted
Clash over Jinnah’s photo at AMU
Soon after the letter was sent, members of right-wing organisation Hindu Yuva Vahini (HYV), on Wednesday, barged into the varsity, shouting slogans against the hanging of Jinnah’s portrait and briefly clashed with Aligarh Muslim University students, according to news agency ANI. The clashes reportedly injured 41 people, including 28 students and 13 policemen. 

Sri Satish Gautam M.P of Aligarh

Eyewitnesses said activists from right-wing groups allegedly thrashed the security guards of AMU when they tried to prevent them from entering the campus. The university students alleged that many of them, including AMUSU president M.A. Usmani, were thrashed by the protesters during the clash. They also claimed that the protesters, after being initially detained, were allowed to leave the police station.

They were then taken away to a police station from where they were later "rescued" by other protesters, AMU student union members said, reported ANI. The whole campus has become a cantonment with heavy deployment of Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC), Rapid Action Force (RAF) and the local police. The dharna and demonstrations continue as Hindutva groups are adamant on their demand which is being opposed by the AMU students and teachers.

The AMU students alleged that the protesters were from Hindu Yuva Vahini, and were allowed to leave a police station after being initially detained.

Hamid Ansari former Vice Presibent of India was at the time barely 100 meters at the University Guest House.

The AMU Students' Union (AMUSU) alleged that violence on the campus was a "deliberate and pre-planned attempt" to attack former vice president Hamid Ansari, who was at that time barely 100 metres away at the university guest house, from where the violence erupted. 

Ansari, an alumnus as well as former vice-chancellor of the AMU, was to be accorded its lifetime membership on Wednesday. A function to grant life membership of the student union to former vice president Hamid Ansari and he has to deliver a Lecture on topic - "India Has failed to establish a pluralistic society" in Kennedy House Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. on 2nd May' 2018. was called off and he returned to Delhi.
Hamid Ansar- Former Vice President of Indi
Timing Raises Questions:  Hamid Ansari Supports AMU Students’ Demand

Breaking his silence, former vice president M Hamid Ansari supported AMU students' demand for action against intruders who created a ruckus on the varsity campus over the issue of Jinnah’s on 2 May, when he was present there for an event. He said their peaceful stir against the “transgression” is commendable.

Hamid Ansari, who has studied at AMU, said the disruption, its precise timing, and the “excuse manufactured for justifying it”, raises questions.

Two Arrested Over Violence At Aligarh Muslim University

Two men wanted in connection with the violence in the Aligarh MuslimUniversity on May 2 have been arrested by the police for allegedly trying to breach peace and posting inflammatory material On Social media. Amit Goswami and Yogesh Varshney, former city president of Hindu Yuva Vahini, were arrested and sent to jail.Later they were released on bail by court.
Weigt lifting instructor Mazharul Qamar, Suspended

Weightlifting instructor Mazharul Qamar, who served in the University Games Committee, was suspended after he could not give a satisfactory reply to the showcause notice issued to him over the event that was held at D S College in Aligarh on Friday.

At the event, HJM leader Amit Goswami, who was out on bail in the case, was felicitated. Soon, photographs of the event showing the two sharing the dais began doing the rounds on social media. One of them showed Qamar giving a bouquet to Goswami.

AMU School Teacher in a protest March
 'Azadi' slogans in purported AMU videoEven as the indefinite dharna and boycott of academic activities by students in Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) continued, a video of protesting students shouting slogans of "Azadi", apparently against right-wing groups, went viral on social media.
AMUSTA in a protest
AMU PRO Professor Shafey Kidwai said, "Students were on an indefinite protest at the Bab-e-Syed gate of the university, and were raising the slogan - Bhagwa Rang aur Aatank se Azadi. These are not anti-India slogans, and do not relate to the unity, integrity and sovereignty of India."

अलीगढ़ मुस्लिम यूनिवर्सिटी (AMU) में फिलहाल सभी परीक्षाएं 12 मई तक के लिए स्थगित कर दी गई हैं. एएमयू स्टूडेंट यूनियन के नेतृत्व में बड़ी संख्या में स्टूडेंट धरने पर बैठे हुए हैं. उधर यूनिवर्सिटी से कुछ ही दूरी पर हिंदू जागरण मंच के कार्यकर्ता भी रविवार को एक रैली निकालने की कोशिश करते नज़र आए. अलीगढ़ से दिल्ली तक आते-आते ये पूरी बहस मोहम्मद अली जिन्ना की तस्वीर उतरवाने वालों और उसे नहीं उतरना चाहिए वालों में बंट जाती है. जबकि सच ये है कि एएमयू प्रशासन और स्टूडेंट यूनियन ने एक बार भी ये बात नहीं कही है कि वो तस्वीर नहीं हटाना चाहते.

क्या हुआ था

अलीगढ़ से बीजेपी सांसद सतीश गौतम और सांसद महेश गिरी ने एक यूनिवर्सिटी के एक हॉल में जिन्ना फोटो लगे होने की निंदा की. सतीश गौतम ने एएमयू प्रशासन को एक ख़त लिखकर इस बारे में सवाल पूछा. ये पत्र मीडिया में गया जिसके बाद बीती 2 मई को कुछ असामाजिक तत्वों ने अभद्र नारेबाजी की और पुतला फूंका. अलीगढ़ के छात्रों के मुतबिक 30-35 लड़के यूनिवर्सिटी गेट के बहार 'एएमयू के ग़द्दारों को, जूते मारों **** को, भारत में जिन्ना का ये सम्मान...नहीं चलेगा-नहीं चलेगा और भारत में यदि रहना होगा, वंदे-मातरम कहना होगा' जैसे नारे लगा रहे थे. इनमें हिंदू जागरण मंच, हिंदू वाहिनी और ABVP के कार्यकर्ता शामिल थे.
Wounded AMU Students Union Secretory Mohd Fahad

इन लोगों और एएमयू छात्रों में मारपीट हुई और एएमयू स्टूडेंट यूनियन ने पुलिस से इन लड़कों के खिलाफ FIR दर्ज करने के लिए कहा. FIR दर्ज होने पर 2 मई की शाम को ही स्टूडेंट्स ने थाने तक पीस मार्च निकालने की ठानी और खुद जाकर FIR दर्ज कराने की घोषणा की. पुलिस ने इस जुलूस पर लाठी चार्ज किया जिसमें स्टूडेंट यूनियन के अध्यक्ष मजकूर अहमद उस्मानी और सचिव मोहम्मद फहद समेत कुल 28 छात्र घायल हो गए.

AMU  नहीं  है  जिन्ना  की  तस्वीर  हटाने के  खिलाफ

सोशल मीडिया पर ऐसे पोस्ट्स की बाढ़ आई हुई है जिनमें AMU के छात्रों और प्रशासन को इस बात के लिए निशाना बनाया जा रहा है कि वो देश का बंटवार करने वाले जिन्ना की तस्वीर हटवा क्यों नहीं देते?  News 18 Hindi से ख़ास बातचीत में यूनिवर्सिटी के पीआरओ उमर पीरजादा ने जो सबसे चौंकाने वाली बात बताई वो ये है कि सांसद सतीश गौतम की भेजी गई चिट्ठी AMU प्रशासन को बवाल के दो दिन बाद 4 मई को मिली है. पीरजादा साफ़ कहते हैं कि अगर केंद्र सरकार को तस्वीर हटवानी है तो सही प्रोसीजर से काम होना चाहिए. हमें तस्वीर हटाने में भला कोई दिक्कत क्यों होगी ?
Wounded Maskoor Ahmd Usmani President AMUS Union
AMU स्टूडेंट यूनियन के सचिव फहद भी इस बारे में सपष्ट बात करते हैं. फहद कहते हैं कि किसी के भी यूनिवर्सिटी गेट पर आकर चिल्लाने से AMU में कुछ नहीं बदल दिया जाएगा. सरकार को तस्वीर हटवानी है तो लिखकर दे. फहद साफ़ कहते हैं कि तस्वीर 1938 से लगी हुई है क्योंकि उस हॉल में उन सभी लोगों की तस्वीर लगी है जिन्हें यूनियन की आजीवन सदस्यता दी गई थी, जिन्ना कभी भी AMU स्टूडेंट्स के आदर्श नहीं रहे हमारे आदर्श सर सैयद हैं और रहेंगे. पीरजादा भी इस बारे में सपष्ट कहते हैं कि इस देश के पास जब गांधी हैं तो किसी का भी आदर्श जिन्ना कैसे हो सकते हैं.
Mohd Fahad Secretory -AMUS Union

ये झूठ फैला कौन रहा है ?

AMU छात्रों का आरोप है कि 2 मई को हुई घटना के बाद नेशनल मीडिया के एक बड़े हिस्से ने झूठी ख़बरें चलाना शुरू किया. इसके अलावा सोशल मीडिया पर भी बेहद संगठित तरीके से यूनिवर्सिटी के खिलाफ दुष्प्रचार अभियान चलाया गया. यूनिवर्सिटी का ही एक स्टूडेंट बताता है कि जिस फोटोग्राफर के साथ अभद्रता की खबर आई उससे भी छात्र इसलिए ही नाराज़ थे क्योंकि उसने एक लोकल अख़बार में एक फोटो को सन्दर्भ से हटाकर झूठे कैप्शन से छापा था. यूनिवर्सिटी में जहां प्रोटेस्ट चल रहा है वहां से मीडिया को काफी दूर रखा भी गया है क्योंकि कई ऐसे झूठ हैं जो मीडिया के जरिए ही फैले हैं. AMU को ज़मीन दान देने वाले राजा महेंद्रप्रताप की तस्वीर यूनिवर्सिटी में होने का झूठ भी इसी से जुड़ा हुआ है. हालांकि हिंदू जागरण मंच लगातार ये कह रहा है कि AMU में महेन्द्रप्रताप की तस्वीर नहीं है.

AMU विवाद से जुड़े 5 झूठ (AMU प्रशासन और स्टूडेंट यूनियन से बातचीत पर आधारित)
1. AMU प्रशासन ने कभी भी जिन्ना की फोटो हटाने से मना नहीं किया, उन्हें ऐसा कोई ऑफिशियल आदेश कभी मिला ही नहीं.

2. AMU
स्टूडेंट यूनियन का धरना जिन्ना की तस्वीर हटवाने देने के लिए नहीं चल रहा है. ये धरना उनसे मारपीट करने वाले लोगों लोगों के खिलाफ FIR दर्ज करने और पुलिस के लाठी चार्ज के खिलाफ है.

3. AMU
प्रशासन और स्टूडेंट यूनियन दोनों ही इस बात पर सहमत हैं कि तस्वीर हटवानी है तो केंद्र सरकार प्रोसीजर के तहत काम करे.

4. AMU
की लाइब्रेरी के हॉल में राजा महेंद्रप्रताप की तस्वीर लगी हुई है, तस्वीर नहीं है ये बात झूठ है. बीते साल उनके योगदानों को लेकर एक सिंपोजियम भी आयोजित कराया गया था.

आज़ादी के नारों वाली जो वीडियो वायरल कराई गई है वो भी पूरी नहीं है, छात्र 'गुंडागर्दी से आज़ादी' जैसे नारे लगा रहे थे.

फिलहाल AMU कैंपस चारों तरफ से पुलिस, RAF और PAC की कंपनियों से घिरा हुआ है. इस पूरे विवाद को लेकर कई तरह के सवाल उठ रहे हैं. शहर के लोगों का मानना है कि 2019 के आम चुनावों को नज़र में रखकर ऐसे बेवजह के मुद्दों को तय तरीके से उठाया जा रहा है. लव-जिहाद, गौ-हत्या, घर-वापसी की कड़ी में ही जिन्ना विवाद को भी देखा जाना चाहिए. बीजेपी नेता सुब्रमंयम स्वामी का AMU को आतंकियों का गढ़ बताना, फिर सतीश गौतम का अचानक से ख़त लिखना और मीडिया में उसका लीक हो जाना एक साजिश की तरफ इशारा करते हैं.

इन सभी शक और शुबहों के बीच फहद एक बेहद ज़रूरी सवाल पूछते हैं कि कुछ लोग आज उठते हैं और जिन्ना की तस्वीर हटाने के लिए कहते हैं, कल ये उठेंगे और किसी और की तस्वीर को हटवाने लगेंगे, परसों बोलेंगे कि इस गेट को तुड़वा दो. हमें ये समझना होगा कि ये कौन लोग हैं जो इतिहास को बदल नहीं सकते तो उसे भुला देने पर तुले हैं, क्या जिन्ना की तस्वीर हटा देने से इतिहास में ये बदल जाएगा कि उसी शख्स ने भगत सिंह और गंगाधर तिलक का केस लड़ा था ?

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12 May 2018
The protestesting students allowed the opening of the main AMU gate, Baab-e-Syed, which had been locked for the past 11 days to facilitate the movement of those students who are appearing in the engineering entrance.
Earlier, several AMU students sat on an indefinite dharna after a clash with the police on May 2 when they were demanding action against the right-wing Hindu activists, who had entered the campus and shouted slogans against Jinnah's portrait.

They are asking for a judicial probe into the alleged police inaction and the manner in which the row erupted after Bharatiya Janata Party MP Satish Gautam had objected to the port rate of Jinnah in AMU Students Union.
GBM in union hall

14 Th May 2018
This is to inform all students that a general body meeting will be held at 5.30 PM at the Central Hall, Students Union Hall, AMU to discuss the prevailing situation and take stock of the discussion held with the district administration since the last GBM, the ongoing hunger strike and to decide on the further course of action.
AMUSU has made it clear since day 1; this is a movement in which all decisions will be taken by the general body, so I invite you all to join the GBMand deliberate on the issue.
Maskoor Ahmad Usmani
President || AMUSU

After returning from GBM Sadar Maskoor Ahmad Usmani sb has joined us. United we stand!
AMU Students at Hunger Strike

The hunger strike continues. The protest continues and we demand that the district administration comes forth and accepts all our demands.
AMUSU has formed a negotiation team comprising of the following:
Afaq Ahmad
Abu bakr
Abdul Qadir Pasha 
Ahmad Mujtaba Faraz
Arif Tayagi
Farhan Zuberi
Faisal Nadeem
Asif Idrees

This negotiation team will report to the union all the developments and only then a decision will be taken on all issues.
The protest by students of the Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) continued on its fourteenth day, with agitating students demanding the arrest of Hindu Jagaran Manch (HJM) activists who allegedly forcibly entered the university, vandalised its property, and breached the security of visiting former Vice President of India Hamid Ansari.
It must be mentioned that in the long history of the university, the first time in the 21st century, the varsity saw women students' too active  participation  alongside  male  student brothers. Arifa Khan ,Sumaiya Khan, Riba Ali and many others.

 Demand of AMU Students Union on 14-5-2018
Mashkoor Ahmad Usmani, president of the AMU Student’s Union demanded a judicial enquiry and arrest of the persons responsible for breaking law and order at the university,arrests of 17 culprits, suspension of the Police officers and quashing of FIRs on students; Aligarh Muslim University students under the banner of its union go on a hunger strike seeking justice in the 2nd May lathi charge row.

 I am ending this blog with a note that Indian Muslims love their Mother land India (Mera Bharat Mahan).The believers of two nation theory has gone to Pakistan in search of a new Jannat ,and I am sure they could’t get a new jannat as they dreamed. For Indian Muslims Jnnah is only a part of history,that History which cannot be erased.

I used to think and still think that partition shouldn’t have happened and that Jinnah and Nehru are the two to be blamed for this, they were power hungry, so they shared us among themselves to rule over, and that Gandhi could have prevented this partition as every Indian regardless of culture or religion used to follow him but instead he let Nehru divide us. Originally he never wanted this but he had a dream to make Nehru the PM which caused us this partition.
Mother of Mujeeb at Dharna place in AMU Aligarh
Ending with a couplet of Firaq Gorakhpuri—My Question is with Aligarh Muslim University, Administration.

Tu idhar udhar ki na baat kar ye bata ki qafila kyu uñ  LutaMujhe rahzanon se gila nahin tiri rahbari ka  saval hai

The above right up has been prepared with the help of reports and news items  available on net of various agencies.Photos are taken from various sources from face book and on net.

Agar Usmaniyon Par Koh-E-Gham Toota To Kya Gham Hai
Ke Khoon-E-Sad Hazar Anjum Se Hoti Hai Sahar Paida

If a mountain of grief collapsed upon the Ottomans, then why lament?
For the dawn arises from the blood of a hundred thousand stars.