IDEOLOGY OF PAKISTAN AND QUAID-E-AZAM
Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah,the great leader of Muslims of Sub Continent gave practical shape to the ideology given by Allama Iqbal. He He had a strong believe in Hindu Muslim unity and was of the opinion that both Hindus and Muslims should launch joint efforts to get rid of British rule. After joining Muslim league in 1913,he continued with his efforts to bring about Hindu Muslm unity but he was greatly disappointed to see the prejudicial attitude of the Congress and Hindus towards the Muslims.Following are some extrcts from the speeches and statements which he delivered from time to time for explaining the ideology of Pakistan. ADDRESS AT SECOND ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE IN 1913
Quaid-e-Azam believed that Congress and Hindus would never recognize the rights of Muslims.He declared while representing the Muslims in the Second Round Table Conference in 1913: “The Hindu Muslim dispute must be settled before the enforcements of any system or constitution.Untill you do not give guarantee for the safeguard of the Muslim intrests,untill you do not win their (Muslims) co-operations,any constitution you enforce shall not las for even 24 hours.” QUAID-E-AZAM AND TWO NATION THEORY
Quiad-e-Azam was a firm advocate of two nation theory which became the ideological basis Pakistan.He considered the Muslims as a separate nation.He said: ” Pakistan was created the day the first Indian National entrerd the field of Islam”. He difined the two nation theory as:
” The Muslims are a nation by every right to establish their separate homeland.They can adopt any means to promote and protect their economic social,political and cultural intrests.” ADDRESS ON 23RD MARCH,1940-PAKISTAN RESOLUTION
At the historic session of the Muslim League at Lahore,he said: “The mussalmans are not a minority.They are a nation by any definition.By all canons of International lwa we are a nation”. In his presedential address at the annual session of Muslim League...
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