Mr. Tirmizi Mohamed Suhel Mohiyuddin, born on 8th June, 1964 in Gujarat. Working as a Senior Advocate of High Court of Gujarat. He educated at M.N. Nanavati Law College, H.L. College of Commerce, and SSC from St. Xavier's High School, Ahmadabad. Tirmizi is holding L.L.B and Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com). Enrolled as an advocate in the Bar Council of Gujarat in July, 1990., and worked as a paneled advocate at (a) Ahmadabad District Panchayat, Gujarat between 2000-2002 (b) Junagadh District Panchayat, Gujarat between 2002-2003. (c) Additional central Government Standing Counsel of India from 17th August, 2004 to 28th December, 2005. Tirmizi is having more than 55 reported judgments in various journals. Other Aspects: d in number of Land Acquisition matters, Municipality and Panchayat Matters, Criminal matters and civil cases at High Court of Gujarat.
Have appeared in cases of poor hutments between 1999 and 2001. Also worked with Non-Governmental Organizations and appearance in the Gujarat's 2002 cases exceeds 116 matters for victims.
Humanitarian Approach: Tirmizi has resigned as an Additional Central Government Standing Counsel on 28.12.2005 as was required to file a writ petition seeking C.B.I inquiry in a riot related case where more than 21 dead bodies of victims of 2002 carnage were unearthed. The writ petition was filed on 28.12.2005 (after He resigned from Central Govt.panel) being Special Criminal Application No. 1875 of 2005, the High Court directed C.B.I to send the skeletons to Red Hill Laboratory, Hyderabad at the initial stage. Legal assistance to poor has been given top most priority and though permissible, He felt it improper to join C.B.I as respondent and also continue as counsel of central government.
On 27.09.2007 Tirmizi was appointed as one of the 9 members of Khwaja Saheb Durgah Committe, Ajmer, Rajasthan appointed by the Ministry of Minority Affairs, Central Govt of India under the Khwaja Saheb Act 1955. Have been very actively involved in the betterment of the Durgah and pilgrims and beautification of Ajmer where lakhs of Muslims survive on income of pilgrims.