If the resolution was not approved by Pakistan ??

In India, the Bharatiya Janata Party, especially its Narendra Modi, when the state became the ruler of Gujarat and the entire country, proved again and again that in 1930 Allama Iqbal had a dream in Allahabad and on March 23, 1940, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made the ‘Resolution Pakistan’. In the case presented the plan, it is quite right that in areas where there is a Muslim majority, such as the northwestern and northeastern regions of India, they should be combined to form independent states in which the units involved are independent and Rule should be achieved.

The plan was put forward because Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah believed that the problem in India was not of a sectarian nature, but of the international, that is, the problem of the two nations. He said that the difference between Hindus and Muslims is so great and obvious that under a central government, their union will be full of dangers. He said that the only way is for them to have separate states.

In an interview to the Daily Herald London in Bombay on August 14, 1924, Quaid-e-Azam said: If the resolution was not approved by Pakistan ??
If the resolution was not approved by Pakistan ??
Obaidullah Abid Monday 23 March 2020
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In the 73rd year it was repeatedly proved that Pakistan’s decision on the basis of bipartisan ideology and its formation was correct.
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In the 73rd year, it proved again and again that Pakistan’s decision on the basis of bureaucratic ideology was correct. Photo: File

In India, the Bharatiya Janata Party, especially its Narendra Modi, when the state became the ruler of Gujarat and then the whole country, proved again and again that in 1930 Allama Iqbal had a dream in Allahabad and on March 23, 1940, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah made the ‘Resolution Pakistan’. In the case presented the plan, it is quite right that in areas where there is a Muslim majority, such as the northwestern and northeastern regions of India, they should be unified and set up independent states in which the units involved are independent and Rule should be achieved.

The plan was put forward because Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah believed that the problem in India was not of a sectarian nature, but of the international, that is, the problem of the two nations. He said that the difference between Hindus and Muslims is so great and obvious that under a central government, their union will be full of dangers. He said that the only way is for them to have separate states.

The Quaid-e-Azam had told the Daily Herald London in an interview on 14 August 1924 in Bombay:

“No, the gulf between Muslims and Hindus is so wide that it can be broken at any time. You can bring together people who are not ready to eat under one roof? Can you?” Or let me just say that Hindus want to worship a cow while Muslims want to eat it? Where can there be reconciliation? ”

On January 19, 1940, in an article in Western Democracy un-suited for India, Prime Minister Muhammad Ali Jinnah wrote:

“The British people must realize that Hinduism and Islam are two distinct and distinguishable civilizations. However, their basic traditions, customs and traditions are different from each other, as are the European nations. This is in fact two separate nations. Are. ”

Then, addressing the All India Muslim League meeting held in Lahore on March 23, 1940, he said:

“Why are our Hindu friends unable to understand the true nature of Islam and Hinduism? It is not just religion in terms of words, but in fact different and discriminatory social order. And it is a dream that Hindus and Muslims can develop a common nationality. And the misconception of an Indian nation is beyond limits. Has crossed and is the cause of most of our problems and it will lead India to destruction if we fail to timely review our ideas. Hindus and Muslims belong to two separate religious philosophies, social traditions and literature.

They neither marry nor eat together. And in fact, they belong to two different civilizations, which are fundamentally based on different concepts. Their aspects of life and about life are different. It is perfectly clear that Hindus and Muslims enjoy feasts from various headquarters of the Reich. They have their own unique traditions, their beloved and popular events are different. Beloved is the enemy of the other and thus their victories and defeats are near. Certainly combining these two nations under one state will lead to one as a minority and the other as a majority, to the growing anxiety and complete destruction of the social structure that has been created for such a state government. ”

It was not that Quaid-e-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah hated the Hindu community, he was a member of the Hindu-Muslim unity for a while, but due to events, experiences and observations, he also came to the conclusion that Muslims and Hindus could not live together. Addressing a gathering of women in Lahore on January 17, 1946, Quaid-e-Azam clearly stated: “If we do not succeed in the struggle for Pakistan, then India will not be able to stay together.” The names of Islam and Muslims will be erased like letters. ”

The treatment of Muslims living in India after 1947 proved to be true to the words of the second ideology and founder of Pakistan. They were earlier leading Hindu groups

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