Posted by: Editor | August 7, 2009

Qazi Faez Isa Sworn in as Chief Justice Balochistan


Qazi Faez Isa, son of Qazi Muhammad Isa sworn in as Chief Justice Balochistan.

Qazi Faez Isa, son of Qazi Muhammad Isa sworn in as Chief Justice of Balochistan.

Quetta August 06–Qazi Faez Isa, son of Qazi Muhammad Isa, has sworn in as Chief Justice Balochistan. He is the firstever Hazara to serve as Cheif Justice of Balochistan High Court.

Late Qazi Muhammad Isa was a prominent leader of Pakistan Movement and close friend of Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He sanctioned Voice of Hazaragi in Radio Pakistan in 1975. Qazi Muhammad Isa (Marhoom) raised the voice of deprived Hazaras of Independent Hazarajat in UN for the first time in 1970s and succeeded in getting Hazara delegation in the UN represented by Tanzeem Nasle Nau Hazara Mughul.

Kaleem Umer, cousin of Qazi Faez, writes in Daily Times that the Isa Famiy belonged to Hazaras of Kandhar, who are predominantely Sunni.

The family moved to present Pakistan in 1880s when the tyrant ruler Abdul Rahman imposed a genocidal war against Hazaras killing about 60% of the total population.

Qazi Faez is a senior lawyer. He was born in 1959 in Quetta. He completed his primary and secondary education from the Quetta Grammar School. He did his BA Honours in Law and later got the degree of Bar-at-Law from London. He has written several books.

Ashraf Jahangir Qazi is the cousin of Qazi Faez. He served as the Ambassador of Pakistan in the United States and India. Currently he is the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative for Sudan.

NOTE: Daily Jang Quetta Edition in its publication of August 06 has written Qazi Faez as a Pushtoon. (See Baqia Number 53)

It is to mention that Hazaras in Pakistan live in Quetta, Karachi, Hyderabad, Nawab Shah, Sangar, Khair Pur, Zhob, Muslim Bagh, Mach, Loraralai, Duki, Sinjavi, Harnae Marvar, Dagari and in some other cities.


  1. salam! well we know that qazi faez is (sunni)Hazara but till now he had not done anything for hazaras and he is not saying himself Hazara. They have lost their nationality that from which nation they belongs. So why we feel proud that he is a Hazara man.

    • You remember your nationality …….. what have u done …….. what have we done ….. what u expect me to do , what i expect u to do … what we ecpect from jan Ali , major , karnooool , sardar , khaliq , eisar , yousafi , etc …..

      Why we feel proud of any one ……….
      are we the manufacturers of drone , f-16 , or single ball point pen . ?????

      please yaar ….. we are in 2010 …… and still are unable to answer syed e shash pars …….. and 4 khana kochi ……

      correct me if i m wrong

      • yeah exactly u r right. Never expect anything 4rm anyone i was saying that they have posted about qazi faiz thats why i gave comments in order to nt give any information about them. Don’t expect anything….Try what ever u can do for ur nation………….. N i’m nt saying that we should feel proud of such a useless leaders……..

        • I think he has not claimed a leader–we should honestly appreciate the acheivment of a talented person–regardless of weather he is Hazara or not and try to work hard to get similar results. We as a nation need to work hard. Our nation is unfortunately on the run for their lives- time will tell us weather we are correct or not. However we should focus to educate ourselves and our children both girls and boys–whereever we live–as this will be the most important and lasting investment. Hope this will create a creative discussion.

  2. please post more stories about hazara men and women who strove for and achieved success in their chosen fields in Pakistan.

  3. Dear all,
    After reading about Qazi Faiz and different comments i became curious to search about Qazi Muhammad Essa. I searched by google and went into wikipedia and found the following notes:
    Qazi Muhammad Essa (Qazi Essa) had great participation in the formation of political party of Muslims (Muslim league) Balochistan before 1947. He paid its contribution for the freedom of Pakistan. Qazi Muhammad Essa was the first man introduced Muslims political party in Baluchistan, he was a Hazara(Shaikh Ali, Sunni Hazara) He had represented Baluchistan in Lahore Resolution (Qarardad-e-Lahore قرارداد لاھور), commonly known as the Pakistan Resolution (قرارداد پاکستان Qarardad-e-Pakistan), September was a formal political statement adopted by the Muslim League at the occasion of its three-day general session on 22–24 March 1940 that called for greater Muslim autonomy in British India. His son Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, was a high profile Pakistani diplomat. He was Pakistani High Commisner in India, Pakistan’s permenent representative in UNO, and UN Secy gen special Representative in Iraq.

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