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  • امرت پتریکا 1896 جہلم
  • پنجابی دربار لیلپور
  • سجن 1989 -1990

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  • سنیہہ magazine of Punjabi Adabi Sangat; editors Aashiq Raheel, Snawar Chadharr and Nabeel Shad; pp 64; price Rs25; published from 6 Khyber Park, Main Outfall Road, Sant Nagar, Lahore

This is a special issue on Punjabi poet Hayat Pasruri, an active member of the Majlis-i-Ahrar. This anti-British religious organisation was close to the Congress. Hayat was also attached with the Congress and in 1947 he was vice president of the District Sialkot Committee. Some of his poems were published in pamphlets. Born in 1917, he was employed in an army clothing factory of Wah, from where he was dismissed for reciting an anti-government poem in a public meeting. Later on, he was arrested and imprisoned many times. In one of his poems, he ridiculed both the Muslim League and Pakistan on the occasion of distribution of one-yard cloth piece, a gift from Japan, distributed to each Pakistani man. Only He said:

(With that length neither League nor Muslim can be covered). It is a good attempt to remember a freedom fighter poet.