It is a fact, admitted by Mirza Ghulam Qadiani himself, that his grand father and other family elders had special relations with British Colonial empire. They get special pension, which was a huge sum of money at that time. They were offered a chair in British Durbar. Father of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani presented an army of 50 horsemen from his own pocket to Britishers to suppress the libration war of 1857. These were the services which earned the family of Mirza Ghulam Qadiani the certificates, letters of appreciations and above all the intimate relations between Mirza family and British oppressors against the oppressed Indians both muslims and Hindus.
With this family background Mirza Ghulam Qadiani too was picked and chosen by Britishers to serve the purpose of British Empire. How has this happened to him, is interesting.
In 1864 Mirza Ghulam Qadiani ran away from home along-with his cousine Mirza Imamauddin with pension money of his father Rs.700/- After having day night enjoyment and fun, they spent up whole money soon. Mirza Ghulam Qadiani had to flee to Sialkot & got the job of Court Munshi there for a meagre salary of Rs.15/- per month. (Plz see story no. 48 page 38 Seeratul Mahdi)
Mirza Ghulam Qadiani remained in Sialkot for about 4 years.
During his stay at Sialkot he raised himself to the eyes of notables and got access to the offices of British colonial rulers. He helped Britishers in their date to date business. He assisted Mr. Praxon, Deputy Commissioner Sialkot in interrogation of an arab youth namely Muhammad Saleh for suspicion of espionage. He joined english language classes set up for court munshis there. He held some religious discussions with a British Church Priest father Butler MA. While proceeding back to England, father Butler paid a special farewell visit to Mirza Ghulam Qadiani in the office of Deputy Commissioner Mr. Praxon When Mr. Praxon asked him of his visit, father Butler said he has come to see Mirza Ghulam Qadiani. Then he held his talks with Mirza there.
(Seeratul Mahdi part I page 140 onwards)
It is said that it was about time when Mirza Ghulam Qadiani was properly inducted into the service of Britishers for an agreed sum of monthly salary. He then returned to Qadian on the pretext of joining funeral of his mother.
Earlier, when he was in Sialkot, a friend told him to apply for the job of Arabic Teacher in newly set up Punjab University for a salary of Rs. 100/- per month about 7 times higher than what Mirza Ghulam Qadiani was earning at that time, but he refused.
Further evidence to this aspect of Mirza ghulam qadiani,s secret employment with Britishers, can also be seen in Seeratul Mahdi page 43 part 1 story No. 52 which states that once Mirza Ghulam Murtaza father of MGQ summoned him to his room thru a friend Jhanda Singh. When Mirza Ghulam Qadiani reached to him he said one of my friends among rulers has been posted in our district, if you are interested, I can get you a good job thru him. Mirza Ghulam replied that he has already got a job.(MEIN TO NAUKAR HOGAYA HOON). Father said “o really” are you already employed ? Mirza Ghulam Qadiani said yes I am already employed. If you are really employed then leave it. His father said.
WHAT WAS THE JOB.
In his letter to Queen of England Mirza writes that in order to make Muslims obedient subject of British Colonial Empire, and convince them of invalidity and prohibition of Jihad, he has authored some 50 thousand books in arabic urdu and persian languages and has sent them to Iraq, Kabul Egypt , Syria and Makkah Madina. As a result of this thousands of muslims have abandoned the idea of Jihad.
HOW WAS THE SALARY PAID TO MGQ..?
Again we find the answer in Qadiani,s own books. In Story No. 636 at part 3 page No.604 Seeratul Mahdi Mirza Bashir says Mirza Deen Muhammad stated to me that one morning Hazrat Masih e moud woke me up and said he has seen a dream that he would receive a huge sum of money from some unknown source. After this dream I remained in Qadian for 4 days. One day we received a money order for a sum more than Rs 1000/- we saw the money order it had no address of the sender. Hazrat sahib was also unaware of its sender.
(Extracted from Mirzaiat se Toubah by Dr. Abdullah Khan Akhtar Ex-Ahmadi, Books, Roohani Khazain sitara Qaisariyya, and Seeratul Mahdi)
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