The ROR of Jan-1937 tells us about the 1936 Jalsa Salana at Qadian, however, the attendance figure was not given. Ahmadiyya sources claim that loud speakers were used for the second straight year. The 2nd Khalifa gave the first speech. He alleged that new Ahmadiyya missions centers were started in Argentine, Spain, Hungary, Greece, Albania, Italy, China and Japan. The 2nd Khalifa alleged that the news of Ahmadiyya had reached aristocrat families and was progressing nicely. The 2nd Khalifa then talked about the Ahrar’s and alleged that the beef wasn’t over. The 2nd Khalifa then discussed Tehreek-e-Jadid and claimed that without the vituperation of the Ahrar, Tehreek-e-Jadid would have never been launched, and thus it was a bi-product and had brought in lots of money (allegedly). The 2nd Khalifa then reviewed the work of some of the businesses at Qadian that the jamaat owned like, carpentry, ironsmithy, bookmaking and sales department, and reported that they are all successful. The 2nd Khalifa explained how these local industries were working under Tehreek-e-Jadid. The 2nd Khalifa urged young Ahmadi men to go out in the world and spread Ahmadiyya, via working blue collar jobs or whatever. The 2nd Khalifa urged young Ahmadi men to live poor, to curtail their own costs and work forever! Other speakers were Prof Muhammad Aslam, Dr. Mufti Muhammad Sadiq, Malik Abdur Rahman Khalid, Maulvi A.R. Nayyar, Maulvi M.Y. Arif and Maulvi Abul Ata.

The 2nd Khalifa gave the inaugural address on Dec-26, 1936, he alleged that Qadian was a great fort and these huge walls stood until the British tore them down (a total lie)(See also Alfazl, 29 December 1936).

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