CHITRAL: A mysterious marriage held at Chitral. According to detail an
Afghan Refugee Gul Ahmad son of Mahmood Jan was fell ill and became
unconscious. He was rushed to a religious cleric who disclosed that he
was attacked by a ghost (Jin) later on it was learnt that a infidel
(Non Muslim) Jin has elope A Muslim Fairy namely Khalida daughter of
Asifa who is a Quran Khafiz, religious scholar and a Doctor. She
expressed her willing for marriage with Gul Ahmad and a local Mulvi
Nizamuddin read their Nikah and they married according to Islamic
rules. After marriage with Muslim Fairy (Pari) Gul Ahmad was most
popular quack and a huge number of people using to come at his home
for physically and spiritually treatment and they were also feeling
relief and healing.
Escaping to the supernatural world has always been an alternate
with human beings fed up with the harsh realities of real life. Such a
case is being witnessed these days in Orghoch village on the outskirts
of Chitral town, where every morning dozens of vehicles and hundreds
of people line up in front of the house of a labourer Gul Ahmad to
seek treatment from his ‘fairy wife’.
Gul is supposed to have married a fairy (Ginnee) and there is also the
religious person moulvi Nizamuddin alias ‘Imam of Jungles’, who claims
he has solemnized the marriage. This scribe paid a special visit to
the village and specially met the moulvi also. According to moulvi
Nizam, the fairy named Khalida d/o Asifa is a doctor, an intellectual
and a hafiza (one who can recite the Quran by heart).
According to the moulvi, she (the fairy) had been abducted from Egypt
and brought to Chitral by an infidel ginnee named Muhammad Nazir. Here
moulvi Nizam using spiritual powers, drove away the evil ginnee and
according to the wish of the fairy she was married to Gul Ahmad.
According to the moulvi, the couple has a son whom nobody can see but
some patients say they have heard the child crying. Moulvi Nizam says
the fairy has done specialisation from abroad and worked with famous
physicians and surgeons in Peshawar. She condescends into the body of
the patient and cures him/her.
Patients have given contradictory remarks about their experience of
the said treatment. Some testify about miraculous results while others
seem not much impressed. The ever increasing rush on getting the
treatment has forced Gul Ahmad to restrict visitors to a maximum 100
patients per day. A large number of patients revealed some
controversial news some of them are in the opinion that after visiting
Gul Ahmad they recovered completely while some of them refusing from
any healing by Gul Ahmad.
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