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Founder of Pakistan and his struggles for separate homeland
The nation celebrates Pakistan Day every year with great enthusiasm and devotion and respect. There is a lot of information in the media to read and hear about this day, and in this regard, celebrations are organized to pay tribute to the great and historic achievement staked out by Quaid-e-Azam, the owner of the unanimous, courageous and unblemished character of the Islamic subcontinent, in the form of Pakistan. Quaid-e-Azam has been recognized as the greatest leader of South Asia in a global survey under the auspices of the BBC.
There are many aspects of his greatness which have been acknowledged by all the just circles of the world, even the judge-minded Hindu writers and intellectuals paid tribute to his courage, adult ideology, longitude, democracy and lawism and honesty and trust, and some Hindu leaders even said that if there was a Jinnah in the Congress, the subcontinent would not have been divided.Quaid-e-Azam demanded a separate homeland when efforts to bring together the two nations of the subcontinent as ambassadors and recognize the Hindu majority as the political and economic rights of the Muslim minority in accordance with democratic principles failed, and the extremist, narrow-minded and anti-Muslim Congress leadership proved that they were not willing to tolerate the existence of the ruling Muslim nation of the past in a united India and to keep it with them with respect and respect after independence.
Quaid-e-Azam achieved an independent sovereign state through his determined leadership and democratic struggle of the Islamic subcontinent without firing a bullet, which he had repeatedly assured that the new state would be the fort of Islam and would follow its golden principles, work under a democratic parliamentary system and be a truly Islamic welfare state according to modern requirements
The founder of Pakistan repeatedly clarified that it would solve the problem of muslim livelihood and employment. On one occasion, he openly said that he was not interested in a Pakistan that protects the rights of landlords and capitalists. Quaid-e-Azam chose the Islamic democratic parliamentary system for Pakistan in his life, clearly said about the Constitution that it would be in accordance with the democratic principles of Islam.
In the new state, minorities will have full rights which Islam has given them and the role of the army will be that of a subordinate institution of elected democratic government.It is unfortunate that in the life of the leader, the British Commander-in-Chief of the Army disobeyed the order and refused to send troops to Pakistan's Shahrig Kashmir under quaid-e-azam's orders, while the Army Commander-in-Chief of India fully obeyed jawaharlal nehru's orders and stopped the increasing steps of the mujahideen by capturing the Sringrayai report. Just ten years after the death of Quaid-e-Azam, General Ayub Khan wrapped up the democratic system and introduced the principle of army rule in the country, which later emerged in some form or the other, which made it possible for the country to become neither a modern democratic parliamentary state nor an Islamic welfare society according to the teachings of Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam.
However, as a result of the political wrong strategy, the majority of Pakistan was separated and the rest of the country was linguistic, ethnic. Sectarianism, provincial prejudices, and the satanic triangle in the region have put the country at risk that the security of the country is always concerned.Today, it is necessary to tell the younger generation about the history of the difficult circumstances under which Pakistan was achieved. Quaid-e-Azam writes, "You have already rejected the basic principles of the Resolution of Lahore, you do not accept that Muslims are a nation, you do not accept that Muslims have the right to self-control and they can use it. You do not believe that Pakistan consists of two letters and six provinces. After correspondence and debate with you, I can say that the voice of division of India between Pakistan and India is only on your lips, it is not your heart's voice. "Failure of Gandhi's attitude made this conversation work. "I expected a better result (from this conversation). This has dealt a severe blow to Gandhi's reputation as a leader. Jinnah's work was very easy. He just had to keep telling Gandhi that you were talking and that was right, but he did it in an abusive manner.
I think it may have increased Jinnah's respect among his followers, but his fame among reasonable men did not increase. "In the eyes of The Veval and other British rulers, the reasonable man is the one who thinks and follows it from the mind of the young man. There is no room for free thought in their rationality dictionary!After the failure of the talks, Quaid-e-Azam explained his point of view at a press conference on 4/October 1944.
A newspaper representative asked him if there was any possibility of you meeting Gandhiji in the near future. Quaid-e-Azam joked that Mr. Gandhiji says that it depends on the voice of his heart because I have no access to it, so I cannot say anything. The fact is that Gandhiji's intention was not to settle matters at all. It was during his conversation with Quaid-e-Azam that he told Raj Gopal Acharya that my main purpose in this conversation was to say to Jinnah that the concept of Pakistan was wrong and wrong. Gandhi seems to have not had a proper idea of Quaid-e-Azam's abilities, so all his measures are ineffective.
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