Amir-e-Millat Hazrat Pir Syed Jamaat Ali Shah Sahib Muhaddas Ali Puri (r.a.) was one of the great saints of Sialkot, Pakistan. He was Wali Allah of Naqshbandia Sufi order.
At the age of 100 years, he was a big supporter of the Pakistan movement and amongst his admirers was one Allama Iqbal. He wrote many letters to Quaid e Azam offering advice and support and he was instrumental in getting the populace to vote for the Muslim League: he issued a fatwa saying that Muslims would not offer the janazah prayer of anyone who did not vote for Pakistan, also, Congress supporters would not be buried in Muslim graveyard.
He sent a tasbih and prayer mat to the Quaid too and asked him to pray regularly. As a Sufi he occupied the status of a Perfect Master and he was loved by all and sundry. It is for his love of the Beloved Prophet of Allah (Alayhi salaat o salaam) that he is especially famous. He passed on to his Creator in 1951 but until the very end he stuck passionately to the commands of the Shar'iah, never missing a prayer and often he would pray all night long.