Qazi Muhammad Isa

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Qazi Muhammad Essa
Born1913[1]
Died19 June 1976 at age 62
Known forone of the Leaders of the Pakistan Movement
Lifelong member of Muslim League

Qazi Muhammad Isa (17th of July 1914- 19th of June 1976)[1] was a leader of the All India Muslim League party in British India and later a senior governmental official in Pakistan.

Qazi Isa was born in Pishin, Baluchistan (Chief commissioners province). He joined the League in 1939 and was nominated to represent his province at the League's Lahore session in March 1940.

After the creation of Pakistan, he served the new country in various positions, and for a time was also its ambassador to Brazil (1951-54).

He died in 1976.

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  1. http://www.findpk.com/pof/qazi_mohammad_isa.html, Profile and commemorative postage stamp of Qazi Muhammad Essa on findpk.com website, Retrieved 24 January 2017

1. Kausar. Prof. Dr. Inamul Haq. "Tehreek-e-Pakistan Balochistan Main". Lahore. 1988. Maktaba-e-Aaliya. p.21