Gopal Das Khosla aka G.D. Khosla was born at Lahore on December 15, 1901 and the first few years of his life were spent in various towns of punjab where his father a member of the Civil Service, was posted from time to time (See page 65)(his father was also a judge for the British Government). He was educated at St. George’s College, Mussorie, and Emenuel College, Cambridge, where he took the B.A. (Hons.) degree in Mathematics in 1923. In 1925, he became a Civil Servant. As Magistrate, and later Session judge, he saw a great deal of urban and rural Punjab, and had ample occasion to study the Punjabi, way of life in its different aspects. He was a judge of the Punjab High Court. He took an active interest in Music, dramatics and culture of Northern India, and was anxious to promote tourism, especially in the mountainous regions of India.
He is famously known for a judgement (in 1935) against Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari, wherein Bukhari was given 6 months imprisonment for simply speaking out about Ahmadiyya. In the same judgement he told the world how the 2nd Khalifa was inciting murder at Qadian and using sex stimulants and other violent means of propaganda. Some of his comments were expunged on appeal by a white judge, Justice Coldstream (See ROR of Dec-1935). He is mentioned in 1965 in Ahmadiyya literature (see Truth Prevails). In 1943, he was appointed to the High Court. He claims that he had even sided against white British officer vs. the Tribune newspaper. In 1959, he became Chief Justice.
Married Shakuntla Bhalla, May 15, 1928. Children: Rajindarpal, Inderpal, Romesh, Meenakshi.
- Murarilal Khosla
- Padmavati (Murgai) Khosla
- Shakuntla Bhalla
- Romesh Khosla
- Rajindarpal Khosla
- Inderpal Khosla
- Meenakshi Khosla
He is born.
He is famously known for a judgement (in 1935) against Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari, wherein Bukhari was given 6 months imprisonment for simply speaking out about Ahmadiyya. In the same judgement he told the world how the 2nd Khalifa was inciting murder at Qadian and using sex stimulants and other violent means of propaganda.
He published “The murder of the Mahatma”,: And other cases from a judge’s note-book, Unknown Binding – January 1, 1963
He published, “Indira Gandhi Unknown Binding” – January 1, 1974.
He publishes, “Last Mughal” Hardcover – December 1, 1986.
G.D. Khosla gives an interview and reveals how he was born in 1900, its unclear when he died.
Links and Related Essay’s
JUDGEMENT OF MR G.D. KHOSLA’S Session Judge Gurdaspur, India, 6 June 1935 SYED ATTAULLAH SHAH BOKHARI APPEAL CASE
When G.D.Khosla, a Judge in Gandhi’s Murder Case, went to meet Mahatma Gandhi
Justice Coldstream saved Ahmadi’s from embarrassment in 1935, Khosla’s comments were expunged
Click to access 1935-december.pdf
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