Chaudhry (1937 - 2004) practised law briefly and then joined the Police Service of Pakistan in 1963. He served in the field but the major portion of his career was spent in the Intelligence, FIA and Narcotics Control Board. His last position, before retiring in March 1997, was as Inspector General of Police Punjab, the largest and the most important province of Pakistan. Because of his rich experience and deep insight he emerged as a guide, a wise counsel of the police and government. He is held in high esteem by police force as well as the general public for his high integrity, fairplay and humane approach. He wrote many books after his retirement.
is a Kashimiri politician. He was born into a Domaal Tribe in Karela Majhan Mendhar Poonch, son of Sardar Feroze Khan Domaal. He joined the Poonch police service as a sergeant but resigned to play an active political role under the Muslim Conference of Jammu and Kashmir. Later he was elected as a member of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly from Tehsil Mendhar Poonch.
13.06.2012 [The Express Tribune] - In a letter to the President SardarMuhammad Yaqoob Khan, the AJK High Court Chief Justice Ghulam Mustafa Mughal has underscored the need to increase the number of judges in the High Court and Shariat Court. He reasoned that under section 43 of the AJK
12.06.2012 [Business Recorder] - SardarMuhammad Ishaq, counsel for Arsalan, said that they would have no objection over formation of a commission but insisted that if the case was handed over to other investigation agency like NAB or FIA, as they would not conduct a fair
09.06.2012 [The News International] - Burney thanked President Asif Ali Zardari, Punjab Governor SardarMuhammad Latif Khosa, MQM chief Altaf Hussain, Rauf Siddiqui for their kind help and support in getting released three Pakistani nationals and one Indian national.
08.06.2012 [The News International] - SardarMuhammad Ishaq Khan Sr. ASC representing Dr. Arsalan stated that learned counsel for Bahria Town and Malik Riaz respectively should be asked to provide the documents which have been mentioned in the statements of the three persons referred to
21.05.2012 [GreaterKashmir.com] - Islamabad, May 21: President and Prime Minister of Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) SardarMuhammad Yaqoob Khan and Chudhary Majeed on Monday paid glowing tributes to Kashmiri martyrs. Addressing a selected gathering at Kashmir House here