A key gone missing.

Byline: Abdul Jamil Khan - Karachi

WITH the recent death of Khwaja Saifuddin, the last of the three children of Pakistan's governor general and prime minister, Khwaja Nazimuddin, the last first-hand source of information on the life of one of the founding fathers of the country has ceased to exist.

Khwaja Saifuddin was the closest to his father and the only reliable source of information on the life and work of his illustrious father. In the last phase of Khwaja Nazimuddin's life in Dhaka, he had the opportunity to spend his time in the company of his father alone where the two used to discuss political and social issues and events related to Pakistan.

Although most of the documents and photographs relating to Khwaja Nazimuddin were lost after his death, Khwaja Saifuddin was thoughtful...

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