Pakistan was created on 14th of august 1947 it was 27th of Ramadan and Quaid-e-Azam (The Founder Of Pakistan) said that Pakistan came on the day when the first non Muslim was converted into a Muslim. The struggle for an independent state for the Muslim stood for years and they had to face many difficulties through the years. There were many important events which had a significance on the creation of Pakistan.
Two nation theory
Sir Syed Ahmed khan was the first Muslim leader who used the term nation for the Muslim of the sub-continent because of their separate religious entity, distinct civilization, philosophy, culture, moral values and concept of economy which oppose each other. Many Muslim leaders supported the two nation theory includes Abdul Halima , Mauling Muhammad Ali Jahuar , Chaudire Reheat Ali , Allama Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam.
Quaid-e-Azam stressed upon that:
“ Muslim should not be treated as minority but rather as a nation.”
The Hindus and Muslim had many differences between them. They inspite of living together for centuries could not forget their individual cultures and civilizations.
Al-Beruni recorded his idea in 1001 A.D in his famous book Kitab-ul-Hind as:
“ The Hindu society maintain this peculiar character over the centuries. The two societies, Hindus and Muslim like two streams have sometimes touched but never merged, each following its separate course.”
The relations between Muslim and Hindus were growing worst, It was clear from the fact that the Muslim and the Hindus could not live together.
Quaid-e-Azam said that:
“ It would be a dream to think that Hindus and Muslim will form a common nation. I want to make it clear that both nations belong to...
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... large share in government service and the status for university for Aligarh college. Lord Minto did not accept any demands of the delegates he was sympathetic and had expressed profound sympathy for the Muslims but he did not commit to himself whatsoever.it has assumed importance as it was seen as a step leading towards the foundation Muslim league.bade
5 .ALL INDIA MUSLIM LEAGUE
The annual session of the all india muslim education conference was to be held in Dhaka. mohsin-ul-mulk who was also secretary of the simla deputation ,forbade the political discussion at Dhaka. The delegation regarded him and founded all india muslim league (AIML) at Dhaka on 30 december 1906. the british who were averse of the creation of the new party in retrospect the anxiety or anger of the british over the foundation of a new political party seems to have been somewhat exaggerated
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