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25 October 1924: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra commenced his journey back to Qadian after his successful tour of England. He departed from London Waterloo Station on this date along with his entourage.
25 October 1926: Hazrat Maulana Zahoor Hussain returned to Qadian after two years of imprisonment in Russia. This devout missionary travelled to the Soviet lands to spread the message of the Jamaat, but was apprehended upon his arrival on the false suspicions of espionage. He patiently faced barbaric torture and other hardships during his captivity.
25 October 1929: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra headed towards Lahore for some medical checkups. He also graciously addressed the gathering of the Ahmadiyya Inter-Collegiate Forum, Lahore.
25 October 1948: Hazrat Hakim Maulvi Qutubud Dinra passed away. He accepted Islam Ahmadiyyat in 1892. Hakim Sahibra was fortunate enough to assist the Promised Messiahas in some research work with providing references from original sources. He was also part of the team that was formulated to travel to the Middle East, with the aim of finding new evidences supporting the migration of Jesusas from Palestine to Kashmir.
26 October 1924: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra arrived in France during his journey back to Qadian from England.
26 October 1947: Jalaluddin Shams Sahib led the Eid-ul-Adha prayer in Qadian, attended by around 1,300 people. The Jamaat arranged a special meal and reception on this day for the Muslim Army deployed in and around Qadian.
27 October 1935: Hazrat Mirza Ismail Baigra passed away. He had the honour of serving the Promised Messiahas in a personal capacity since the early days.
27 October 1943: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra approved the basic constitution of Majlis Ansarullah, an auxiliary organisation for male members of the Jamaat over the age of 40.
27 October 1943: An Ahmadiyya mosque in Lagos, Nigeria was inaugurated.
27 October 1945: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra inaugurated the new building of Fazl-e-Umar Hostel at Talim-ul-Islam College in Qadian.
27 October 1947: Accession of Jammu and Kashmir was formally decided and signed by the Governor General of India, Lord Mountbatten. Through this legal document, the Maharaja Hari Singh, ruler of Jammu and Kashmir agreed to accede to the Dominion of India. Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra had noted that this would happen very early on and disclosed the reality of this conspiracy in a public address. Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra asserted that the whole political process was mere drama.
27 October 1963: The Alam-e-Inami (flag of honour) award was introduced for Atfal-ul-Ahmadiyya. Previously, it was distributed among the leading Khuddam Majalis only. The first ever Alam-e-Inami was given to Sialkot Majlis.
28 October 1954: Hazrat Hakim Muhammad Hussainra passed away. He performed Bai‘at in 1892. He became widely known as he reproduced the ointment of Jesusas using the original prescriptions. His research led to a reputation that would also result in persecution.
29 October 1934: Hazrat Mir Mehdi Hussainra went to Iran to serve as an honourary missionary.
29 October 1938: Hazrat Maulvi Muhammad Abu al-Hasan Buzdar passed away. He was among the pioneering Ahmadi members from Dera Ghazi Khan. He also established Jamaats in many villages through his tabligh.
29 October 1951: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra addressed the farewell event held for the first ever graduate class of Jamiatul Mubashireen, Rabwah.
29 October 1963: Al Fazl published a special issue paying tribute to Hazrat Mirza Bashir Ahmad MAra.
30 October 1913: Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Ira graciously laid the foundation stone of Hazrat Maulvi Sher Ali’sra house.
30 October 1947: The aftermath of the partition and expulsion of Jamaat members from their homes continued. On this date, the minarets of mosques in Darul Rehmat were demolished and Masjid Noor was made as a meeting place of intruders instead of worshippers.
30 October 1948: Jamaat Sialkot convened its three-day annual Jalsa. Hazrat Musleh-e-Maud’sra special message for this occasion was read out in the concluding session by Hazrat Syed Zain-ul-Abideen Waliullah Shahra. It was about the message of Ahmadiyyat. During the course of the Jalsa, Liwa-e-Ahamdiyyat was also hoisted after special permission was sought from Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra.
30 October 1949: The Jamaat in England held its two-day Jalsa Salana. It included speeches on the holy life of the Prophetsa of Islam. Speakers from other faiths were also invited to speak.
30 October 1949: The first ever Khuddam Ijtema was arranged at the new Markaz in Rabwah. It was attended by more than 1,500 Khuddam. 89 camps were erected by the participants of this Ijtema. During the course of his speech, Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra announced that from now on, he would be head of Khuddam-ul-Ahmadiyya.
30 October 1954: Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra began his two-day tour of Lahore. During the course of this short trip, he oversaw the rescue and rehabilitation mission conducted by the Jamaat for those affected by recent flooding of the area. Around 200 Khuddam from Rabwah and Lahore took part in the relief operation, in which they repaired 75 houses, providing shelter to more than 1,000 people. Hazrat Musleh-e-Maudra commended the efforts of Khuddam and motivated them with his presence.
31 October 1902: Upon the commencement of the newspaper Badr, Hazrat Khalifatul Masih Ira extended his support for it and also wrote some articles.