Differences between the two writers, which are funded by Manto's pen
Khwaja Hasan Nizami was a diverse and dynamic personality. Along with being a writer, writer, historian and journalist, you were also a Sufi and a Pir. His disciples also say there were thousands of them.
At that time, Dewan Singh Muftoon also made a good name with his writing and journalism. He was one of the leading journalists in Khwaja Hassan Nizami. He later earned a reputation in Urdu journalism with his dedication and dedication and emerged as a prolific writer. But there was some disagreement and controversy between the two names as well, in which articles were written that could damage anyone's reputation.
Listen to an interesting story by the famous personality Saadat Hassan Manto, mentioned above. He writes:
One day, Sardar Sahib (Dewan Singh Muftoon) said to me: I bowed down the poles of the big pole, but this beauty could not be bowed to me.
Manto sir! I have written so much against this person, so much so that if all the papers of the state in which these articles have been printed are placed on them, their weight may be removed by their weight, but the reverse is the mine.
I wrote so much against him because I wanted him to call a By-law, to stand trial in open court, and I would open his drum pool there, but he never gave me such an opportunity. Did not give and will not give.