K.H. Khurshid was born in Srinagar on 3 January 1924 and it was in Srinagar in 1944 that the first met the Qauid-i-Azam. He served as Mr. Jinnah's Private Secretary from 1944 till October 1947 when the Quaid sent him to visit his family in Kashmir. There he was imprisoned by Sheikh Abdullah's Indian-backed government. When he returned to Pakistan, the Quaid was dead.
Khurshid settled in Lahore and brought out a short-lived weekly, the Guardian. Then he moved to Karachi and Miss Fatima Jinnah persuaded him to go to England where he read law at Lincoln's Inn. he returned to Karachi in 1954 and set up legal practice.
in 1959 General Ayub Khan asked Khurshid to become the President of Azad Kashmir. He resigned on 15 August 1964 and was for a time imprisoned in the notorious Dalai Camp. In 1962 he founded the Jammu and Kashmir Liberation League. He died in a road accident on 11 March 1988.
Khurshid's political career was remarkable because of his uncompromising honesty and his commitment to principles and ideals. This book, based on his notes and diaries, is an expression of that honesty and idealism.
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