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Karachi Policeman Gains Fame For Heartfelt Naat Rendition

Karachi Policeman Gains Fame For Heartfelt Naat Rendition

In a widely circulated video, a police officer emerges from Karachi’s historic Frere Hall, a landmark in Pakistan’s bustling commercial hub. Contrary to expectations, the soundtrack does not feature typical urban noises, and the officer is not depicted in pursuit of criminals. Instead, he is shown reciting a naat.

Since the video’s release just before Ramadan, the melodious naats of 33-year-old Qaiser Zaman Abbasi have unexpectedly propelled him to fame in Karachi, as reported by Arab News. Abbasi, who joined the Sindh provincial police in 2017, primarily serves at the Artillery Maidan police station in downtown Saddar, where he combats crime and manages protests.

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His journey as a naat khawan began after a well-received performance at a Sindh Police event in 2021, where he recited the famous naat “Aye Sabz Gumbad Walay.” Encouraged by the positive feedback, Abbasi recorded another naat in his own style, which he released a week before Ramadan, garnering significant attention online.

Despite his newfound fame, Abbasi remains dedicated to his policing duties, emphasizing the importance of fulfilling obligations first. He believes in adapting his behavior as required, maintaining a firm approach while dealing with criminals and adopting a softer demeanor while reciting naats to honor Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Looking ahead, Abbasi aims to continue sharing his naats with the public, considering it an honor to receive affection and support from people.