Wednesday 25 December 2019

Nation celebrates 143th birthday of father of the nation, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

“We should reiterate today that the mistakes of past shall never be repeated and we all will work as one nation to transform vision of the Quaid into reality and take the country to its rightful place among the comity of nations.“

Nation celebrates 143th birthday of father of the nation, Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

" Jinnah’s dream for Pakistan was based on the principles of social justice, brotherhood and equality, which he aimed to achieve under his motto of "Faith, Unity, and Discipline."

Thursday 28 November 2019


On Thursday night, 13 November 2019, when the 31st edition of the annual awards saw the major prize shared between climate change activist Sophie Handford and Muslim community leader Tahir Nawaz Satti.

International Muslim Association of New Zealand president Tahir Nawaz, who also won the community service category, has strived to bring Kiwis of all backgrounds closer together following the terror attacks at two Christchurch mosques in March.

His message has been for people to put aside their differences and unite against racism and discrimination. Tahir Nawaz dedicated this year's annual Kilbirnie Mosque open day to thanking the wider community for their support and friendship following the attacks.

"The purpose is so people can come together, have some refreshments, and ask questions," he said at the time. He said he was overwhelmed by the respect shown by the community following the attacks. "We are more close and our bonds more strong. The whole nation is supporting us and helping us."
Dominion Post editor Eric Janssen said the winners and their response were a clear reflection of events that dominated New Zealand headlines in 2019. In such a confronting year for New Zealanders, there's been a crying need for our winners, their strength and convictions, and their voices. Without Sophie and Tahir's leadership, respectively, we might fear even more for our future, and struggle even more to find peace after unprecedented pain.
Judges convenor John Dow said Sophie Handford and Tahir Nawaz had demonstrated local and national leadership on issues and incidents that had resonated throughout the world this year. It was therefore fitting that they were chosen as people who had touched the lives and sensibilities of large numbers of Wellingtonians, and the community were justifiably proud of their work and commitment.

The awards were held at Te Papa's Wellington Foyer and were attended by more than 400 people.

Reference: Dominion Post

Wednesday 27 November 2019


Lt. Commander (R) Muhammad Azeem Satti, Veteran of two Indo-Pak Wars of 1965 and 1971, was born at behand, UC Panjar of Tehsil Kahuta in Rawalpindi district.

He laid strong emphasis on education throughout his life and had been a source of inspiration for the people around him. In recognition of his unwavering faith in education, his cousin and son-in-law, Brigadier (R) Javed Ahmed Satti established Azeem Public School system in Tehsil Kahuta to continue his legacy of “education for all.”

His son Vice Admiral (R) Muhammad Shafiq Satti, served as Vice Chief of Naval Staff (VCNS) and later as Rector of Bahria University Islamabad, and one of his son Muhammad Waqar Satti, is a Ship Captain in Merchant Navy.

Lt Commander (R) Muhammad Azeem Satti (Late), completed his Matriculation in 1948 with distinction and joined Pakistan Navy in Electrical Branch. He secured commission in 1967 and participated in Indo-Pak wars of 1965 and 1971. During his service he also served as an instructor in PNS Karsaz.

The great son of soil passed away in 1997. May Allah grant him the highest rank in Jannah. Ameen

Sunday 1 September 2019


When an armed struggle was launched in the state of Jammu and Kashmir in 1947-48, two battalions were formed by ex-servicemen, who belonged to the Satti Tribe, named as Kotli battalion and Satti Battalion. The Kotli Battalion comprised of 600 fighters. Captain Muhammad Riaz Satti organised The Satti battalion which comprised of more than 400 fighters.

Ali Gohar Satti’s home in Malot Sattian served as a transit point for arms and men across river Jehlum. Sardar Muhammad Ibrahim of Sadozai tribe managed to acquire 500 Lee Enfield rifles and 45000 bullets which were stored safely in Ali Gohar Satti’s home. On the other side of the river was his son-in-law, Shukar Muhammad Satti, who coordinated the operation to safely transport arms and ammunition across river Jehlum.

Young Satti and Sadozai men swam across freezing river Jehlum and successfully managed to supply weapons to warriors and participated in the fight. The first attack was carried out against Dogra army unit stationed at Thorar. The warriors successfully climbed the rear vertical cliff of the army posts by using ropes and vines made of local shrubs. The enemy was ambushed from behind which left him bewildered with significant causalities. The rest were captured and kept as prisoners of war.

This was the starting point of Jammu and Kashmir liberation movement. The region of Poonch would not have been liberated without Sattis participation. The main reason to join the Poonch uprising was the harsh treatment meted out to Kashmiris by their rulers. Since Sattis and Sadozai have been related through different bonds, it was natural to respond to such calls. 

See the Striking Symmetry, When the Government of Pakistan joined in, the liberation command was assumed by Brigadier Saddiq Satti who went all the way to Poonch city. Later the Pakistan army headquarters recalled him and eventually the city fell to Indians.


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Tuesday 4 June 2019


Picturesque Kotli Sattian (Burj) to Patriata trek is among the most beautiful treks of the region. It’s an abandoned jeep trek starting from Burj (6 km away from Kotli Sattian town) and reaches the Patriata top via Phofandi Top exposing the beauty of Kashmir and Murree region, on a clear day this trek offers spectacular views for the nature lovers. The length of this trek is 6 km. 
The Patriata, Khalabut and Phofandi hills are beautifully wooded and the scenery is exquisite. The panorama view comprises, at it frequently does, a breathtaking picture of a foreground of lovely, lush woodland scenery and a background of the lofty snow clad peaks of the Himalayas.

Monday 3 June 2019


Karore Valley - An ideal place for camping in summer with the view of Simly Lake.

Only 40 minutes away from Islamabad city.

How to get there from Islamabad

Take Lehtrar road from Islamabad and turn left from Chirah chowk towards Simli Dam and Patriata. In about fifteen minutes, you would bypass Simli Dam and see the spill way on your left, drive another ten minutes through hills and it will lead you to Karore.

Recently government has accorded the status of tourist spot to Tehsil Kotli Sattian, and also approved to set up tourism centres at Chevra, Danoi and Karore in Kotli Sattian. Work on these projects is under way. 


Saturday 1 June 2019

UZMA NAZ SATTI allocated in Office Management Group (OMG) in CSS-2018 Exam

The heartiest congratulations to Uzma Naz Satti for being successful in the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam 2018 with allocation in Office Management Group (OMG).

Central Superior Services (CSS) exam in the whole is Pakistan's arguable the most difficult and competitive exam in Pakistan with a pass rate of mere 4.79%.

The civil service of Pakistan is described as the key wheels on which the entire engine of the state has to move, and working for it gives an individual great potential to work for the betterment of Pakistan and its people. 

Uzma completed her Bachelors in Information and Communication Systems Engineering from NUST in 2014. Since then, she has served in PTCL, Pakistan Customs, and Higher Education Commission.

Daughter of Zulfiqar Ali Satti, Uzma Naz Satti is the granddaughter of former renowned educationist Raja Muhammad Younis Satti (Late), hailing from Bhan, Kotli Sattian.

Friday 31 May 2019


Today is the 6th martyrdom anniversary of the hero of Muhammadi Top Captain Hassan Javaid Satti Shaheed.

Captain Hassan Javaid Shaheed embraced martyrdom at Muhammadi Top in Tirah Valley, Kurram Agency on 31st May 2013, during operation Al-Mizan.

Muhammadi Top has been renamed as “Captain Hassan Top” to pay tribute to Captain Hassan Musahib Javaid Satti Shaheed, Sitara-e-Basalat. He joined 23 Baloch Regiment of Pakistan Army with 116 PMA Long Course - Saad Company.

On the night of 30th-31st May 2013, Captain Hassan Javaid's Company was given a task to capture and take control over a strategically important Height Muhammadi Top in Kurram Agency. Captain Hassan volunteered himself for the difficult approach, he scaled a rugged mountainous terrain for over 11 hours with combat load of approximately 30 Kg and reached the target area in surprisingly short time.

He led his men from the front, the other two companies approaching from left and front were held back due to intense enemy attack. He established contact with the Terrorists and fought for 1 hour and 15 minutes. In order to provide relief to the pinned down Companies, he diverted the terrorists’ fire towards him.
He received a bullet in his face and embraced Shahadat right on the spot during the intense fight. The Government of Pakistan awarded him Sitara-e-Bisalat for his bravery and courage. He hailed from Chonor, Tehsil Kahuta, District Rawalpindi.

Tuesday 28 May 2019


Today is the 8th martyrdom anniversary of Captain Khizar Mehmood Satti Shaheed. He embraced martyrdom during an operation against militants at Wali Dad Top, Mohmand Agency. He was awarded Sitara-I-Basalat for his actions of valour. He belonged to 35 AK regiment of Pakistan Army. He hailed from Malot Sattian, district Rawalpindi.

Tuesday 7 May 2019


Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims around the world. May the Ramadan bring you peace and prosperity, good health and wealth, and brighten your life forever. May ALLAH ease pain and sufferings of Ummah. Ameen ‘Ubadah ibn Samit رضي الله عنه reports that Rasulullah ﷺ used to teach the Sahabah the following Du’a when the Blessed month of Ramadan would arrive :

 ‎ اَللَّهُمَّ سَلِّمْنِيْ لِرَمَضَانَ وَسَلِّمْ رَمَضَانَ لِيْ وَسَلِّمْهُ لِيْ مُتَقَبَّلا “

 “O Allah ! preserve me for Ramadan, safeguard Ramadan for me and accept it from me.”


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