‘The winner of Gwadar’


An Unnamed Hero and Benefactor of Pakistan ‘The winner of Gwadar’


She brought us the Gwadar, which is the center of attention, all over the world scenario of today,

 To whom hardly anyone in the 200 million crowds of Pakistan knows the best. Must read once…

The most important information about Gwadar is a kind mother. Who knows today?

That a great woman with everlasting love and selflessness for Pakistan had fought a legal battle with her rival four world powers and annexed the most important coastal state like Gwadar covering an area of ​​more than 1.5 million acres in Pakistan. That is a combination of two beluchi word; Gawa means open air and ‘der’ means door of the sea, which is commonly known by the masses as Gwadar. It was under the illegal occupation of global colonialism until 1956.


The story of Ehsan is a rare example of forgetfulness and decency. Gwadar State was owned by Mir Naseer Noori Baloch, Khan of Kalat in the 18th century, but it was proving very difficult for Khan to maintain his control over the area. The rulers had remained and wanted to get it back. Khan Sahib resolved that under an agreement, control of the area was handed over to the Gachki people so that peace could prevail in the area. Under the agreement, it was decided that the area would remain in the Khan of Kalat’s jagir and half of its revenue would be given to Khan Sahib, but its management would remain in the hands of the entire Gachki tribes. This treaty lasted until 1783. In 1783, the ruler of Oman was defeated and exiled here in this area of Khan Kalat`s territory, so he applied for asylum from the Khan of Kalat.

The enclave was handed over to the Sultan of Oman. Under the new agreement, it was decided that Gwadar would remain in the estate of the Khan of Kalat as per the constitution and control would remain with the former Gachki chiefs. Half of Revenue, what goes to Khan Sahib will now be given as a goodwill gesture to the Sultan of Oman so that he can pass his time easily. About fifteen years later, after his re-conquest of Oman, the Sultan returned to his throne, but as usual he retained Gwadar in his hands. Even after the death of the Sultan, Khan’s heirs demanded the extradition of Gwadar. Now forces of the Khan of Kalat occupied the area but soon, this was rescued by the Sultan’s army.

In the next twenty years, when the conflict escalated, the British Colonial Administration intervened to settle the case under the pretext of mediation, but instead of doing justice, took some concessions from the then Sultan of Oman. The Kalat dynasty’s claim was temporarily rejected, saying that some other evidence was coming before them, according to which the area had long been the domain of the Sultanate of Oman. However, no final decision was made in favor of anyone.

The British political agent made an agreement with the Sultanate of Oman that the management of Gwadar would remain with the British until the final decision and, as before, Oman would be paid half of Gwadar’s revenue and sends its forces into Gwadar for purposes of law and order. After the formation of Pakistan, when the then Khan of Kalat annexed his estate to Pakistan, Pakistan raised the issue of Gwadar with the stakeholders but no hearing was held.

It is ideal for anchoring. In addition, millions of tons of exportable seafood can be obtained annually from this port, which contains 35 species of fish. It was decided to join with Pakistan.In Iran in those days, the Shah of Iran used to speak parrots and the CIA. It was backed by President Nixon who kept up pressure on Britain to hand over Gwadar to the Shah of Iran. After scrutinizing all the historical facts and documents, he handed over the mission to her. In these critical circumstances, this sincere woman emerged as a champion and started lobbying for Pakistan in the UK.

He did a lot of homework and took the case to the UK to get the Gwadar reclaimed with the approval of the House of Lords because the Kalat family’s jagir was now owned by Pakistan. The right must be recognized and that Pakistan has revoked all the estates which were distributed by the British government on the basis of revenue sharing or compensation. The point is that if we abolish the Gwadar estate by our own law and renounce military aggression, then Britain, being a member of the Commonwealth, will not be able to attack us.

Arguments and negotiations were held in which the British Prime Minister Macmillan, who was a friend of Malik Sahib, played a key role. Sultan Saeed bin Timur of Oman was supportive but hinted at a bargain. When Malik Sahib became the Prime Minister, he chanted the slogan “Not now or never” in the case of Gwadar. After six months of nerve-wracking negotiations, Oman agreed to hand over control of Gwadar to Pakistan for مل 3 million.

A large part of this amount was donated by Prince Karim Aga Khan and the rest was paid by the Government of Pakistan. In some places it is said that the entire amount was paid by His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan. Hayat writes in “Eyewitness” that “where the security and dignity of the country is at stake, the price is not seen.” Anyway, this amount will be recovered from Gwadar’s income in just a few years. When Commissioner Ikramullah handed over the signed document of transfer to Gwadar, you could not imagine the happiness I felt at that time. Because Gwadar was in the hands of a foreigner till then transfer.

Then it seemed to me that we live in a house whose back room is in the possession of a stranger and this stranger can sell it to a Pakistani enemy at any time and that enemy too in return for this deal. He can pay a large sum of money. Thus, after two years of full-scale war, on September 8, 1958, 2,400 square miles or more than 1.5 million acres of Gwadar became part of Pakistan’s ownership. Has gone through various stages and has now taken the form of C-Pak and is undoubtedly a harbinger of a bright future for Pakistan.Today, everyone wants to take credit for Gwadar Port and C-Pak. The lost Gwadar of the boy was put back in the swing of Pakistan.

The people who climbed from the study of Pakistan only promote the Babus who make predictions against Pakistan. That the new generation should not be affected by these unique personalities of Tehreek-e-Pakistan who have left indelible imprints by making the construction of Pakistan their faith. This is the horrible study of Pakistan that makes some people sweat.Look at another high-ranking official that in a country where even with a tap, its drum is beaten in front of the whole nation.Don’t get hurt.This is the reason why the nation today does not know this genius working couple nor is they aware of this great deed of theirs Is his second wife.Not acknowledging this great endeavor of theirs is a kind of oblivion and not introducing them to the nation is nothing but indifference.Her former name was Victoria Rekhi. She was born in Austria.she was the High Commissioner to the Government of India.she met him at the invitation of Malik Sahib and converted her to Islam in Bombay.she married him and changed her name from Victoria to Waqarul Nisa Noon.She is affectionately known as Vicky Noon.She organized several women’s groups to highlight the Tehreek-e-Pakistan and was arrested three times for organizing protests and demonstrations against the British Khizer Hayat cabinet in the civil disobedience movement.After the establishment of Pakistan, she played a very active role in the care of the stranded refugees

.She is also one of the founding members of APWA, the first women’s welfare organization.she also laid the foundation of Waqarul-ul-Nisa Girls College Rawalpindi and Waqarul-ul-Nisa School Dhaka.she rendered invaluable services for the Red Crescent.It is a sign of love for Pakistan she did even in old age.When her childless sister’s property in the UK was transferred to him,She set up the “Wiki Noon Education Foundation” with this fund,which is still social today.

The service lamp is on and According to her will, a portion of this fund is spent on educating poor but gifted students from institutions such as Oxford who are willing to return and serve this country. After performing an Um rah, he bequeathed to me not to leave me without understanding, but also to bury me like a devout Muslim.She did not have any children of her own.Her real children are Pakistanis who follow in her footsteps in patriotism.She was awarded the highest civil honor of the government in 1959 for her conquest of Gwadar. But their real reward is the respect we as a nation can give them.According to Beacons and a New Age article, no Prime Minister, no President, no General, no Minister, no Adviser, no Ambassador except Ms. Waqarul Nisa Noon Not that he can take this great credit for conquering Gwadar, says former Federal Secretary Information Rashid Chaudhry. She was a “kind mother” who loved us more than a real mother.She brought us the Gwadar, which is the center of attention, all over the world scenario of today.

Hello Ms. Waqarul Nisa Noon

Hello dear mother!

“Let the sky bring dew on your lap” ..







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