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Syed Anwer Aleemi is a poet and human rights activist from Lahore, Pakistan.

[[Syed Anwer Aleemi was born in the mid twentieth century in Jandiala Sher Khan, in District Sheikhupura.As with his father, Syed Anwer Aleemi is a lawyer and poet. His father Mr. Willayat Shah Hashmi was also a renowned poet. Syed Anwar Aleemi wrote a poem in his ninth class, the first couplet discussed the notion that every human being held certain rights with regards to food, clothing and shelter. It was published in Urdu magazines. This couplet later became a slogan of less privileged people of Pakistan which later on become part of the country's political movements. His poetic work was published in Urdu under the title Shola-E-Afkar (Flames of Thoughts) which was translated in other languages.When he was a student at University Law College, Lahore, in 1967, he, along with Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, founded the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) with Dr. Mubashar Hasan, an intellectual. He organized PPP. Aleemi was jailed multiple times, sometimes held in solitary confinements. Aleemi was forced to discontinue his activities in PPP as a result of the historical differences between the other political leaders of the group and himself. Thereafter, Aleemi formed Pakistan Inqlabi Mahaz (Pakistan Revolutionary Front), which was the first opposition of Bhutto.Thereafter, Syed Anwer Aleemi formed the Human Rights International (HRI). He is currently the chairman of the organization. The manifesto of Human Rights International-HRI was drafted by him, which was adopted by almost numberless NGOs working world over.  ]]

Aleemi was born in the mid twentieth century in 'Jandiala Sher Khan, in District Sheikhupura'.

As with his father, Syed Anwer Aleemi is a lawyer and poet. His father rendered Allama Iqbal’s book Zaboor-E-Ajam, originally written in 'Persian, into Urdu' under the title Satoor-E-Alam. Syed Anwar Aleemi wrote a poem in his ninth class, the first couplet discussed the notion that every human being held certain rights with regards to food, clothing and shelter. It was published in Urdu magazines. This couplet later became a slogan of less privileged people of Pakistan which later on become part of the country's political movements. His poetic work was published in Urdu under the title Shola-E-Afkar (Flames of Thoughts) which was translated in other languages.

When he was a student at University Law College, Lahore, in 1967, he, along with Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, founded the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) with Dr. Mubashar Hasan, an intellectual. He organized PPP in the 'Punjab' Province. Aleemi was jailed multiple times, sometimes held in solitary confinement. Aleemi was forced to discontinue his activities in PPP as a result of the historical differences between the other political leaders of the group and himself. Thereafter, Aleemi formed Pakistan Inqlabi Mahaz (Pakistan Revolutionary Front), which was the first opposition of Bhutto.

Thereafter, Syed Anwer Aleemi formed the Human Rights International (HRI). He is currently the chairman of the organization.

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