This is about 1948. Pakistan had emerged on the world map as an Islamic state and a man sitting in Delhi was anxious to reach Pakistan. The shackles were being made. Hakeem Muhammad Saeed was born in Delhi on January 9, 1920. His ancestors lived in Kashgar, a city in Turkestan. Many years later they moved to Multan. They stayed here for 135 years and saw the times change. They did various trades but most of the people turned to Pansarahat. Was one of them also the grandfather of Hakeem Mohammad Saeed. Arriving in Delhi, he got a job in the pharmacy of Hakeem Mohammad Ajmal Khan and thus the family’s relationship with medicine was strengthened.
He was so obsessed with work that he never cared about his health
In these six and five he finally made the final decision that whatever it is now I have to go to Pakistan. It was Hakim Muhammad Saeed. His elder brother was in a state of extreme shock. But the younger brother was also very stubborn. The matter had taken a very serious turn. A person like Maulana Abul Kalam Azad also wanted Hakim Muhammad Saeed to stay in Delhi.
Hakim Saeed’s teacher Maulana Qazi Sajjad Hussain had even predicted that ” Mian Saeed will go to Pakistan and face a bitter life and will soon come back from failure.
That whenever they go out to fulfill a dream, the boats come out burning and this is the passion that makes them happy. Hakeem Mohammad Saeed left India, came to Pakistan but his arrival was not only migration but it was the beginning of a new era, a new history was being formed and a story was being told in which Hakeem Mohammad Saeed was a The Messiah was coming.
Early Life of Hakeem Mohammad Saeed
Hakim Muhammad Saeed was born in Delhi on January 9, 1920. His ancestors lived in Kashgar, a city in Turkestan. Many years later they moved to Multan. They stayed here for 135 years and saw the times change. They did various trades but most of the people turned to Pansarahat.
Was one of them also the grandfather of Hakeem Mohammad Saeed. Arriving in Delhi, he got a job in the pharmacy of Hakeem Mohammad Ajmal Khan and thus the family’s relationship with medicine was strengthened.
Which was later brought to its peak by Hakim Abdul Majeed and his sons Abdul Hameed and Muhammad Saeed.
Hakim Mohammad Saeed’s father had died in infancy. Most of his training was in the hands of his mother. She was a devout woman. In fact, it is the largest pharmacy in Asia
Hakeem Mohammad Saeed said that he could not remain loyal to the Indian government and that is why he left millions of properties and businesses and came to Pakistan in a state of disarray. Difficulties and obstacles were in front of him step by step but he was determined to move forward.
He faced a lot of difficulties
He had no ride, was forced to walk on foot, slipped on the soles of his shoes while searching for a place and it was his turn to make holes in them, even though he had his own pack card in Delhi and he lived there like a prince. But this man with heartache accepted all kinds of difficulties with open heart. Finally he got a room for rent of fifty rupees.
Where he laid the foundation of “Sympathy” on November 18, 1948 and then he never looked back. His sincerity and philanthropy must be commended for dedicating the institution he founded to private property and establishing the Hamdard Foundation.
While “Hamdard” revolutionized the pharmaceutical industry, it also raised the bar of education and training of the new generation under the leadership of Hakim Muhammad Saeed. You are an example. He started a series called “Sham Hamdard” in which children and students were given ample opportunity to express their views on various topics and due to this patriotic spirit developed in the students and A variety of social and scholarly discussions brought innovation to his thinking.
Hakeem Mohammad Saeed was a very organized man who did not waste a single second. A seat was reserved for him in airplane travel. Air hostesses would ask other guests for food while Hakeem Mohammad Saeed would ask for ink and paper because During the journey he would look at the drafts and proofread them. He never left his clinic. He used to go to Lahore, Peshawar and Rawalpindi every month and check up the patients.