Wazir Agha (Urdu: وزیر آغا) (May 18, 1922-September 7, 2010) was a Pakistani writer, poet, critic and essayist, who lived in Sargodha. He ran a literary magazine 'Auraq' for many decades. He introduced many theories in Urdu literature. He is most famous for his work on Urdu humour. He has also written a seminal book on modern Urdu poets, notably those who have written more poems than ghazals. He has also written poetry and his poems mostly have an element of story.
Anwar Sadeed, an Urdu writer, had written an article on Wazir Agha. I would like to post that article here. I hope you will like it. Here you go!!!