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Sardar Abdul Rab Nishtar

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Sardar Abdul Rab Nishtar

Sardar Adur Rab Nishtar was born on 13 June 1899. He was a Muslim League stalwart and a Pakistani movement activist and later on a Pakistani politician. Nishtar's precursors had a place with a conspicuous Pashtun family initially of Zhob and settled in Peshawar, British India. He finished his initial education in a Christian mission school and later Sanathan Dharam High School in Bombay, (presently 'Mumbai' in India). He in the end moved on from the Edwardes College in Peshawar and after that later on finished his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Punjab University, Lahore. He later went to Aligarh and got a LL.B degree with distinction from Aligarh Muslim University in 1925.
A man of profound religious feelings, he likewise had a profound enthusiasm for Islamic enchantment, a reality which presumably mirrors the impact of his partner Maulana Ali. Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar remained individual from Indian National Congress 1927–31, was chosen Municipal Commissioner, Peshawar Municipal committee, progressively from 1929 to 1938, joined All-India Muslim League, and turned into a friend of Pakistan's originator Muhammad Ali Jinnah. From 1932 to 1936, Nishtar was an individual from All India Muslim League (AIML) Council, part NWFP (Northwest Frontier Province) administrative Assembly 1937 to 1945, Finance Minister NWFP 1943–45, part AIML Working Committee, 1944–1947, spoke to the All India Muslim League at the Simla Conference in 1945.
Abdur Rab Nishtar was expelled from common legislative issues through the political moves of an opponent political pioneer Abdul Qayyum Khan in 1946. The last named was an outcaste from the Indian National Congress Party, who at that point energetically contradicted that ideological group after his ouster from it, particularly he was against the Union of India and was working for formation of a free Dominion of Pakistan.

After Pakistan was made, Nishtar was designated Minister for communication in Pakistan. After the rejection of the Punjab Provincial government in 1949, Sardar Nishtar was designated Governor of Punjab (the main Pakistani senator in Pakistan's history, till that time the British government had still kept administering with past English Governors). He successfully ran the Governorship for a long time making ready for rebuilding of a chosen government in 1951.
Nishtar was considered a serious contender for the post of Prime Minister after Liaqat Ali Khan's assassination. His appointment was blocked by senior secularists and liberal officials including the future President Iskander Mirza because of Nishtar's conservative and Islamic view. He in this manner dropped out with the legislature over the rejection of Khawaja Nazimuddin's administration by Governor General Ghulam Muhammad. Declining to be associated with what he saw as an undemocratic demonstration Nishtar went into restriction. In 1956, when the first constitution was adopted, Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar was elected president of the party against the desires of President Iskandar Mirza and after that Prime Minister Chaudhry Mohammad Ali who were supporting Dr. Khan Sahib as West Pakistan Chief Minister while Nishtar wanted a Muslim League man for the workplace. Yet, a major greater part of the League chiefs, including Nawab Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani and Mumtaz Daultana, upheld Iskander Mirza.
He subsequently took over the leadership of the Muslim League party and the League was expected to do well in West Pakistan in the planned 1959 elections but unfortunately he died before that.

Abdur Rab Nishtar died on 14 February 1958 in Karachi. Nishtar Medical College and Nishtar Hospital in the city of Multan are named in his honor. Nishtar Park and Nishtar Road in Karachi are named after him. He was buried at Mazar-e-Quaid near the Tomb of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founding father of Pakistan to acknowledge his services in the cause of Pakistan.