The establishment of a heavenly graveyard

One objection that is raised in that the Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement instituted a heavenly graveyard (Bahishti Maqbarah) and that he laid it down that whoever contributed one tenth of his property for the purpose of the Movement would enter Paradise and thus he opened the way to Paradise through a financial contribution.

It should be clearly grasped that the Promised Messiah, peace be on him, certainly did not prescribe a financial contribution alone as a means of securing burial in this graveyard. For that purpose he laid down other conditions also such as purity of life and righteousness etc. For instance, he said:

These extracts show clearly that the Promised Messiah, peace be on him, laid it down as conditions for the burial of a person in the heavenly graveyard that he should be a servant of the faith, should he righteous, should be entirely free from any paganism, or indulging in innovations, should be a Muslim, should believe in the Unity of God, should have sincere faith in the Holy Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, and should discharge his obligations towards his fellow creatures.

It is mentioned in the ahadees that the Promised Messiah will expound to his followers their grades in Paradise (Muslim, chapter on Anti-Christ). This prophecy was, by Divine grace, fulfilled by the institution of the Bahishti Maqbarah.

There is nothing objectionable to convey the good news of paradise to people having regard to their conduct and efforts. Prophets in the past have been conveying such good news to people from among their followers. The Holy Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, conveyed such good news to those Companions of his who had participated in the Battle of Badar (Bokahri, chapter on Battles). Then he conveyed this good news to ten particular Companions who became known as the Ashrah Mubasharah. He also instituted a graveyard and named it Jannatul Baque which in effect means heavenly graveyard.

The Promised Messiah, peace be on him, in accord with the Divine will and command instituted a graveyard and laid down certain conditions for burial therein which are in accord with the Holy Quran and the hadees and announced that whoever fulfilled those conditions would be admitted to Paradise by Divine grace. What objection could there be to that?