This was a fanatical Ahmadi, who’s father was a close companion of MGA. The family of Major Dr. M. Shah Nawaz Khan seems to have made a website dedicated to their grandfathers and etc, here is the link: He was born on Friday the 29th of December 1899 a son was born to Hadhrat Chaudhry Maula Bakhsh Bhatti Sialkoti, a famous companion of the Promised Messiah and Mahdi, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian. His historic name is “Muhammad Taqdees Khan” with the Arabic gematrical value of 1317 A.H. (After Hijra). He vividly remembered his meeting with the holy founder ofAhmadiyya Muslim Community at age 7. He had his early education in Sialkot. He finished his F.Sc. pre-medical diploma from the Government College, Lahore in 1918 as a distinguished student. He graduated with honors in the subject of Pathology from King Edward Medical College, Lahore in 1923. He was among the five Muslims in that graduating class. In 1925 he offered to devote his life for the service of Islam to his holy master, Hadhrat Mirza Bashir-ud-din Mahmood Ahmad, the second successor to the promised messiah. At that time he was advised to pursue his career and serve his faith in whatever capacity he was in. He got married to a very noble soul, Maryam Begum, daughter of Hadhrat Mian Abdur Razzaq sahib Sialkoti, another companion of the Promised Messiah (AS). She was a simple, contented, compassionate, generous and an extremely prayerful lady who provided him the peace of mind necessary to accomplish his literary pursuits and life goals. Through her he was blessed with six sons and three daughters.

By 1933, he was a medical officer of the British government and working out of Zanzibar, British-East Africa. He seems to have stayed until at least 1937. He has an essay in the ROR of July-1933 entitled, “The Psychology of the Leg Show”. He has an essay in the ROR of Oct-1933 entitled, “The Origin of Religion”. He is mentioned by the 2nd Khalifa in the ROR of March-1935. He has an essay in the Jan-1935 edition of the ROR entitled, “Islam, the Greatest Integrating Force”. He has an essay in the March-1938 edition of the ROR entitled, “Are Earthquakes Incompatible With Divine Mercy?”.
His children also served in the Pakistani military

Son––Lt. Col. (R) Dr. Rafique Ahmad Bhatti T.I, he was married to one of the earliest female-Ahmadi doctors, Dr. Tayyaba Rafique was appointed to head the Ahmadi Lady Doctors.
She played a very active part in health check-up of Waqf-e-Nau children as well as establishing free medical camps in the poor neighborhoods around Rawalpindi. Her sister was also a female-Ahmadi doctor,
Dr. Zakia Shameem. The father of these girls also served in the British military.

Son–-Air Cdre. (R) Rashid Ahmad Bhatti (pilot). He was married to Shahida Latif sahiba daughter of Commander. Dr. Abdul Latif.  


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