Ghazi (born on June 1, 1935) in Rajanpur, Basti-Abdullah and graduated from Jamia Uloom-ul-Islamia in Banori-town Karachi. After his graduation he was appointed as Lal Masjid first Imam in 1966. He created many seminaries in Pakistan. Maulana Abdullah was critical of all governments except Zia's with whom he was very close. General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq had a very close relationship with Maulana Muhammad Abdullah.
Muḥammad Zakarīyā ibn Muḥammad Yaḥyá ibn Muḥammad Ismā‘īl Ṣiddīqī Kāndhalawī Sahāranpūrī Muhājir-i Madanī ( 2 February 1898 – 24 May 1982) was a Deobandi Hanafi Islamic scholar from India, particularly known as a scholar of hadith, and an influential ideologue of Tablighi Jamaat, the missionary and reform movement founded by his uncle, Maulana Muhammad Ilyas. The writings of Zakariya constitute much of the group's basic reading material in the form of Faza'il-i A`mal. Originally composed in Urdu but translated into several languages, Faza'il-i A`mal contains several of his treatises on the virtues of different subjects, including Faza'il-i Qur'an (Virtues of the Qur'an), Faza'il-i Ramazan (Virtues of Ramadan), and Faza'il-i Namaz (Virtues of Salah). Also notable among his works, which number over one hundred, are Awjaz al-Masalik, an Arabic commentary in six volumes on Imam Malik's Muwatta, and Khasa'il-i Nabawi, an Urdu translation and commentary on Imam at-Tirmidhi's Shama'il.