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Jamaat Ali Shah (1834–1951) was a Sufi saint of the Naqshbandi order and an author. He was President of All India Sunni Conference and the leader of the Shaheed Ganj Mosque. He was an influential leader of the Pakistan Movement.

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  • Jamaat Ali Shah (1834–1951) was a Sufi saint of the Naqshbandi order and an author. He was President of All India Sunni Conference and the leader of the Shaheed Ganj Mosque. He was an influential leader of the Pakistan Movement. (en)
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  • Amir-i-Millat Pir Syed Jamaat Ali Shah Muhaddas Alipuri (en)
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  • Alipur Sharif, Punjab Province, British India (en)
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  • Jamaat Ali Shah (1834–1951) was a Sufi saint of the Naqshbandi order and an author. He was President of All India Sunni Conference and the leader of the Shaheed Ganj Mosque. He was an influential leader of the Pakistan Movement. (en)
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