Premier Islamic State to Providing Health Care Services for Citizens in Bahawalpur State, British India 1867-1947 & 55

An Analytical Study

  • Saeed Ahmad The Islamia University of Bahawalpur
  • K. Khushnud The Islamia University of Bahawalpur – Pakistan
  • Imran Ali The Islamia University of Bahawalpur – Pakistan

Abstract

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The aim of the study to highlight the Services the Nawabs of Bahawalpur;  State BWP; possess Princely status in British India from 1748-1947; it was largest state in top five in Subcontinent. Geographically; BWP State located in Rajashtan Painesville among 18 other Non-Muslim States. It was situated in North-West part of India & South of Pakistan. State BWP had a glorious history with its popular Nawabs. From 1748-1947 State BWP ruled by twelve Nawabs, who contributed whole heartedly for development & welfare of the State. All Nawabs were visionary & led the State at new climax. Like others predecessor, in 1867; a new era of medical field begins in State. Nawab adopted modern method for the natives & provided the best health services in Subcontinent. In this regard; State BWP established multiple Dispensaries & Hospitals. State BWP initiated the projects to cater the needs of region including urban & rural. Moreover; British Doctors were appointed in the State on better privilege.

Keywords: Development of Health Care Services & Welfare State BWP

References

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1870-71, 24.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1866-67, 15.

See also see: The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1899-1900.

Source: Gazetteer of Bahawalpur State 1904, P.348

Newspaper: Sadiq-ul-Akhbar, July 10, 1871.

Muhammad Din, Medical Department Report of Bahawalpur State 1899, 4.

Ibid

L.G.H.Grey, Report on The Medical Department of Bahawalpur State 1899.

Ibid.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1876-77-

L.J.H.Gray, Report on the Medical Department of Bahawalpur State: Vol-2.

Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Muhammad Din: Report on the Medical Deptt of BWP State 1899-00,

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1900-1942. Newspaper: Sadiq-ul-Akhbar, 1895-41. Archives of BWP State & Treasure Office, List of civil employees of Bahawalpur State..

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Newspaper: Sadiq-ul-Akhbar, July 19, 1906.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1910-11.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1911-12.

Aziz-ur- Rehman Aziz, Hayat-e-Muhammad Bahawal Khan V, 173-174.

Office of Accounts &Treasurer; List of Civil Servants of Bahawalpur State 1939- 44.

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Source: The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1942-43 1943-44, 1944-45 & 1945-46.

Newspaper: Sadiq-ul-Akhbar Gazette, December 6, 1945.

The following table confirms the fact (last Page 12).

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1945-46.

Muhammad Din, Medical Department Report, p144.

The Census 1901 &The Gazetteer of Bahawalpur State 1904.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1911-12.

Sadiq-ul-Akhbar, November 20, 1930.

The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1943-44.

Bahawalpur Government Budget 1953-54, Ex-Bahawalpur State.

Source: The Administration Reports of Bahawalpur State 1941-42, 1943-44, 1944-45 & 1945-46.

Bahawalpur Government Budget 1953-54, Ex-Bahawalpur State.

Source: The Bahawalpur Government, A Brief History of Bahawalpur State: 1928-31.

Further see: The Administration Report of Bahawalpur State 1942-43, 1943-44, 1944-45 & 1945-46.

Published
2022-12-31
How to Cite
Ahmad, S., K. Khushnud, & Ali, I. (2022). Premier Islamic State to Providing Health Care Services for Citizens in Bahawalpur State, British India 1867-1947 & 55: An Analytical Study. Journal of History and Social Sciences, 13(2), 95-108. https://doi.org/10.46422/jhss.v13i2.221
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