Mirza Khursheed Ahmad is a great grand-son of MGA, his grandfather was Mirza Sultan Ahmad. His father was Mirza Aziz Ahmad. His brother was Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who also recently died. Before his death in 2018, he was the Nazir-e-Ala at Rabwah.

He died on January 24, 2018. He was born on 12th September 1932 in Lahore. On 21st April 1945, at the age of twelve, he filled out the [Waqf] form in order to dedicate his life [for the service of the Jama’at]. At that time, he was studying in the ninth grade. He completed his matriculation in the high school of Qadian. He completed his Masters degree in English from the Government College in Lahore. On 10th September 1956, he joined the T.I College in Rabwah as a life devotee and rendered his services there in the field of teaching English for seventeen years as a popular and conscientious teacher. I was one of his students. In 1964, he came to England for one year on a scholarship of the British Council for a course in English phonetics in the University of Leeds.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________His children and some stories

He had six sons. Four of his sons are life devotees. Two of them are doctors. One has a PhD and is serving as the deputy director in Nazarat-e-Ta’leem (the department of education). Similarly, one of them has studied law and is serving as an assistant in the office of the legal advisor. One of his sons, Dr. Mirza Sultan Ahmad Sahib writes:

“He had great love for Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih II. A few years ago, he had to cut short a visit to Okara because of his heart trouble, he prayed all the way back to Rabwah he would reach Rabwah, so that he could pass away at the feet of Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih II.’”

In other words, the place where he is buried and the area which he populated. This was the story of his love and affection towards Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih II. He further writes:

“He frequently used to say that the opponents are very spiteful towards Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih II (ra), as a matter of fact, even more so than towards the Promised Messiah.”

The reason for this is that the opponents believe, which is correct to some extent, as a matter of fact, it is correct to a great extent, that Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih II established and strengthened the Nizam (system) of the Jama’at. This is the Jama’at of Allah the Exalted, which was destined to flourish, and all of this was bound to take place.

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Fauzia Shameem sahiba, Sadr Lajna Lahore, daughter of Hazrat Nuwaab Amtul Hafeez Begum sahiba who was the youngest daughter of the Promised Messiah (as), writes:

“His virtues become more prominent after becoming Nazir-e-Ala. He was a very humble servant of the Jama’at. He was very compassionate, most helpful, and kind person.” Despite his busy schedule, he made tremendous efforts for the reformation of a youth with his kind advice and prayers. She says: “Whenever I sought his consultation, he gave me an excellent advice. He was a very spiritual person and a well-wisher for all.”

Mirza Anas Ahmad Sahib, who is the eldest son of Hazrat Khalifatul Masih III (rh) has written to me stating:

“My dear brother Khurshid served the community until his last breath under the shade of Khilafat. May Allah elevate his status and accept his services. Also, may He bestow countless blessings on him and keep him in the shade of His Mercy. He fulfilled his pledge.” This is absolutely correct in that he most certainly fulfilled his pledge. May Allah the Almighty enable us all to fulfil the true spirit of our pledges ad enable us to complete them.

He served in the team, which was formed by Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih III (rh). He said:

“in those days I observed that Hazrat Khalifat-ul-Masih III (rh) did not sleep for several nights. Rather, he would rest whilst sitting and spend the entire day and the entire night either occupied in the service of the Jama’at, or prayers”.

He was an executive member of the Sadr Anjuman, when Mirza Nasir Ahmad died, he led the funeral prayer and was part of the plot to keep Mirza Rafi Ahmad away from the Khilafat. He also washed the body of Mirza Nasir Ahmad before burial.

He served Mirza Tahir Ahmad and even was part of the entourage that drove from Rabwah to Karachi as Mirza Tahir Ahmad was leaving Pakistan for good.

In May of 2010, the Ahmadiyya place of worship is attacked in Lahore, despite the heat, he  personally lead the funeral prayer of every martyr and attend the burial.

He died on January 24, 2018, uptil 2018, he was the top senior executive of Ahmadiyya in Pakistan aka Sadr Anjuman.


His grandson committed suicide in a hostel at at National University of Sciences & Technology (NUST) in Islamabad, Pakistan.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________Links and Related Essays

Who is Mirza Aziz Ahmad? The eldest grandson of MGA, the son of Mirza Sultan Ahmad

I didn’t bother to read confab report because it was a distraction —Obasanjo

Who is Mirza Khursheed Ahmad? Another paternal great-grandson of MGA (1932-2018)

Who is Dr. Abdus Sattar Shah?

Who is Maulana Ghulam Hasan Khan Niazi?


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