Ashiq Mohamed Warsi

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Ashiq Mohamed Warsi (died August 1940) was a political figure of British India and a leader of the All India Muslim League. He was one of the members of the Working Committee of the League, which drafted the famous Lahore Resolution in March 1940.

Warsi's sudden death in August 1940 was deeply mourned by his colleagues.[1] He had no connection to Sayeeda Warsi, Baroness Warsi, a Tory politician and life peer in England.

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  1. Records of the Pakistan Movement, Vol 246, pp.252-253