Ashfaqulla Khan

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Ashfaqulla Khan (Urdu: , Hindi: अशफ़ाक़ुल्ला ख़ान, Malayalam: അഷ്‌ഫഖുള്ള ഖാൻ,Telugu: అష్ఫాకుల్లా ఖాన్)(22 October 1900 – 19 December 1927) was a freedom fighter in the Indian independence movement who had given away his life along with Ram Prasad Bismil for the betterment of his country. Bismil and Ashfaq, both were good friends and Urdu poets (Shayar). Bismil was the pen name or Takhallus of Ram Prasad whereas Ashfaq used to write poetry with the pen name of 'Hasrat'. In Indian independence movement,the sacrifice of these two has become an excellent example of religious unity for the young generations. Both were hanged on the same day, date and time but in different jails.

Early life

Ashfaqulla Khan was born on 22 October 1900 in Shahjahanpur, a historical city of Uttar Pradesh. His father, Shafiq Ulla Khan belonged to a pathan family who was famous for militancy. His maternal side was more knowledgable where so many members had served in the police and administrative services of British India. His mother Mazhoor-Un-Nishan Begum was an extremely glamorous lady. Ashfaqulla was the youngest amongst all his four brothers. His elder brother Riyasat Ulla Khan was a class mate of Pandit Ram Prasad Bismil. When Bismil was declared absconder after the Mainpuri Conspiracy, Riyasat used to tell his younger brother Ashafaq about the bravery and shayari Urdu poetry of Bismil. Since then...
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