Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Mortal Empire, Immortal League

‘… the quickest way to achieve India’s freedom is by the acceptance of the Pakistan scheme …’ (Jinnah, Bombay, 9 August 1942) The third, and the most crucial point in Jinnah’s argument was that by demanding the partition of India on an equitable basis, the Indian Muslims demolished both pillars of British imperialism, and they …

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Malignant Democracy

‘Western democracy is totally unsuited to India and its imposition on India is the disease in the body-politic.’ Jinnah, Time and Tide (London), February 1940 As already mentioned, Jinnah believed that Western democracy was the second pillar of British imperialism (by Western democracy, he meant the form of constitution ‘under which the government of the …

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The purpose of Pakistan according to Jinnah

According to Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, it is the immediate responsibility of every Pakistani to completely eradicate poverty and fear from society before turning to anything else. It seems that according to Jinnah, the immediate responsibility of every Pakistani is to achieve a society completely free from poverty and fear, and not dissipate energies on …

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When a Hindu inaugurated the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan

The inaugural address in the first Constituent Assembly of Pakistan was delivered by a scheduled caste Hindu and not by Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, contrary to the widespread misconception. Here is a summary of proceedings and a complete transcript of the address. The constituent assembly of yet to be born Pakistan met for the first …

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Jinnah quotes on the case for Pakistan

 One-India fallacy  Malignant democracy  Mortal Empire, Immortal League  Aristocratic radicalism  New destinies One-India fallacy ‘…and the so-called one India is only  a means of British domination  and British rule…’ Jinnah, Cairo, December 19, 1946 The one thing which keeps the British in India is the false idea of a United India, as preached by Gandhi. …

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