Novel Personality of Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi

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Novel Personality of Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi says If we want to understand the socio-political, scientific and cultural landscape of a state or a region, then reading the newspapers there becomes indispensable for us. I do not have any details of which newspapers were published here during the three hundred year rule of the state of Bhopal, but as Saleem Hamid Rizvi has hinted in his book “The Role of Bhopal in the Development of Urdu Literature” Copies of ancient newspapers from Bhopal were preserved in the personal property of Nawab Hameedullah Khan, but regardless of the newspapers published here in the twentieth century, they fulfilled their duty responsibly and There was the hand of journalists who lived their lives in this coach without any financial prestige just to satisfy their tastes. Some of the important names of these journalists are: Abu Saeed Bazmi, Qudoos Sehbai, Hakim Syed Qamarul Hassan, Johar Qureshi, Maulana Muhammad Muslim and Ishtiaq Arif, while Qamar Ashfaq and Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi are the journalists who used journalism as their mission. Adopted and established his identity at the national level by building the country as well as the nation’s awareness and lit the lamp of truth in journalism which today’s media can see from afar but does not have the courage to adopt. Ashfaq Mashhadi chose the thorny path of journalism and continued to lead it with all his heart. In fact, journalism is such an addiction that if you become addicted to it, then all the alcohol in the world is useless in front of it. This dedication is sometimes gained by putting a good headline on the news and he starts dancing crazy on his own news. There was also a monastic system behind Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi. His father was older than Sufi Sheikh Muhammad Sahib. Khilafah and permission was given to him by his Pir and Murshid, of which Ashfaq Mashhadi also had a large share. If he had wanted to, he would have formed a circle of disciples and set up a monastery in the same Bhopal. It is also a coincidence that he found leaders of revolutionary temperament like Arif Baig who fulfilled his passion through “Ayaz”. “Haft Roza Ayaz” was the representative newspaper of Bhopal which fought for its survival even in adverse conditions because it had a fearless journalist like Ashfaq Mashhadi behind it and as well known journalist Arif Aziz Sahib in his book “Mehfil-e-Danshuran”. Writes:Visit here latest novel

 

Ashfaq Mashhadi started his journalistic journey with “Haft Roza Ayaz” in the year 2000 and continued to edit this weekly in cold and hot conditions for 3 years. He became the correspondent of Bhopal in the daily Rashtriya Sahara and continued to express his sincerity. In the meantime, he was also the editor of the weekly “Qaumi Ekta” published from New Delhi. Success depends on complete mastery of language and expression. A journalist can never be a good journalist if he is not well versed in the language, mood and usage of the language. And to present the impressions in simple, smooth and flowing prose. The concept of nature on the tongue is not definite that Muqaffa and Masjaa should be written and a journalist should adorn his writing with inventions and metaphors and write poetic prose. It is not allowed to show the essence of composition here and there is no scope for coloring and rhetoric. In the light of these thoughts, when we study the writings of Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi, we get a good idea that he had a thorough knowledge of the characteristics of journalistic language and expression. Although his articles written in Rashtriya Sahara are of political nature, but the boldness, context and literary eloquence of words are certainly due to the beautiful taste of Ashfaq Sahib. Log political analysis and reports on burning issues are read carefully across the country. For example, Madhya Pradesh: Another laboratory of Hindutva, Vyapam Maha scam: Turning into a political storm, Education and employment scam: White conspiracy of black sheep, Challenge for drug mafia government are the manifestations of journalistic boldness. Similarly, in the February 6, 2013 issue of Bhopal, in an article he wrote on the abduction and trafficking of women in Bhopal, under the title “As the disease progresses, so does the medicine”, he writes:

 

The Bhopal police have also acknowledged the fact that these racketeering rackets belong to gangs of big cities. As a result, hundreds of girls are missing from their homes and despite being reported in police stations, It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. ”

See also the headline “White elephants and khaki uniforms: fistulas for the state”. He had the power in his hands. The headline is related to that. Writes:

“These incidents of beatings of government employees have turned these suspicions into a belief that the state government staff is focusing less on services and more on interests, resulting in a lack of sense of responsibility towards their duties.” The scourge of recklessness, laziness and laziness, and the pursuit of one’s own interests by engaging in unwarranted acts and associating with anti-social elements or giving them free rein in one’s jurisdiction, such as the increase in anti-people and anti-state activities. The state is in the grip of corruption. ”

 

However, it was a cursory introduction to which I expressed my feelings and sentiments towards Ashfaq Mashhadi, a fearless journalist from Bhopal. We hope that our generation will follow in the footsteps of these elders while maintaining the integration of literature in journalism and will also follow their elders in speaking truth and honesty as this is an important aspect of the personality of late Ashfaq Mashhadi Nadvi. He was also always concerned about the future of Urdu journalism, an example of which was published in the April-September issue of the quarterly Tamsheel, a magazine published by the Madhya Pradesh Urdu Academy. No need to light a candle. At the end of this article they are:

 

We can provide both protection and development to both Urdu language and Urdu journalism and to Urdu journalists, Urdu writers and Urdu poets by keeping the basic points in mind both in the present and in the future. As a proof, by looking at the publications of the newspapers which are being published in India even today and we are on the verge of development, and by visiting these institutions, one can see their diligence, hard work, dedication and their fascination with Urdu. This can be done by looking closely. It simply came to our notice then that  .

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