Qudrat Ullah Shahab (or Qudratullah Shahab; 1917– July 24 1986) (Urdu: قدرت اللہ شہاب) was an eminent Urdu writer and civil servant from Pakistan. Though he was a well known bureaucrat of Pakistan but he has written some very popular and fantastic books which have a wide readership in Pakistan and across the globe. Ya- Khuda is one his popular books. The book is about the situation of the people who migrated from India to Pakistan at the time of partition. One can know what exactly had happened to migrant people that time. Qudrat Ullah Shahab describes that he was looking for his cousin and best friend Niamat Ullah and his beautiful wife at the Muhajir Camp. When he saw them he was unable to recognize them as they were very sick as they had drunk water which was mixed with copper vitriol by Sikhs and then they died. Qudrat Ullah Shahab, then, narrates a story of a girl Dilshad, who was a Muslim girl and daughter of Mulla Ali Baksh, the Imam of the Masjid in Chamkor, India. Her father was killed by Sikhs and she was kept in the Masjid. Sikhs men kept rapping her one after other and after some days she became pregnant. Sikhs decided to hand her over to the police station and another bad time for her started. She once again became a sexual toy in hands of police and when she reached at a Muhajir camp in India she were about to give birth to the child. While travelling to Pakistan she gave birth to a girl in the train. She expected that her Muslim brothers will welcome here and she would be able to forget all what happened to her and her father. When she heard the names Anwar and Rasheed from to Pakistani boys in Lahore Railway Station she thought that the black night has over and now she has to start a new life in a newly Islamic state in an ideal Islamic brotherhood but all her dreams broke at once and she realized that there is nothing different in India and Pakistan.