When Zafrullah Khan died in 1985, shortly thereafter, Dr. Abdus Salam seems to have written an obituary on him. In this obituary, he mentioned how he saw Zafrullah Khan for the first time at the 1933 Jalsa at Qadian. In the below, we have found a tweet by Afzal Upal wherein this is mentioned. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq was also there and per the ROR of Jan-Feb-1934, he gave speech on “Islam and Western Social Systems Compared”. Ahmadi’s allege that 15,000 people showed up to the Jalsa. People who gave speeches are as follows: Zafrullah Khan, Qazi Muhammad Aslam, A.R. Nayyar, Khan Sahib Farzand Ali and Mufti Muhammad Sadiq. Sheikh Abdur Rehman Misri is mentioned as someone who managed the entire Jalsa.
You won't find the word Ahmadi or any mention of Ahmadi beliefs in Dr. Salam's writings. He was so loathe to mention anything to do with Jama'at when he wrote Sir Zafrullah Khan's obituary he went out of his way to avoid mentioning Jalsa Salana. He called it "an annual gathering" https://t.co/mtyinhdUCs pic.twitter.com/t5kbPWnUHs
— Muhammad Afzal Upal محمد افضل اپل (@AfzalUpal) April 25, 2022
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