Someone purchased a mushaf with Urdu translation. I happened to notice on the cover that the translation was done by Imam Ahmed Raza Khan "Barelvi". Thanks to SF, I have heard the term 'barelvi' and what it allegedly entails. However, I'm not sure if the "Barelvi" at the end of this name may actually be a part of his name or does it mean that he is "a" barelvi.
Most importantly, should I ask the person who purchased this mushaf to return it and exchange for a translation by someone else, or is the translation by Imam Ahmed Raza Khan Barelvi considered to be genuine like any other translation by a qualified scholar? I just don't want the person to start reading this translation if it is supposed to have any 'issues' with it.
Here is a picture of the cover of the Mushaf I am talking about:
for any help.