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Muhammad Abdullah Hameed Gul

Muhammad Abdullah Hameed Gul



Indian conspiracies against Pakistan


March 23 is a very important day for Pakistanis and it is the same historic day on which the Muslims of the subcontinent united as one voice and set the stage for a separate homeland. And Manto Park in Lahore is now Greater Iqbal. A resolution was passed in the park, also known as the "Lahore Resolution", after which the Muslims of the subcontinent got rid of the oppression of the Hindus and the British and succeeded in creating a Muslim state of their own.

The resolution was passed on March 23, 1940 and the first constitution of Pakistan was passed on March 23, 1956. Every year on March 23, Pakistan Day is celebrated with enthusiasm and with full national and national spirit, sacrificing one's life for freedom. Tributes are paid to the perpetrators. Celebrations are held at official and non-official levels all over Pakistan to mark this historic day.

The Pakistan Resolution passed under the chairmanship of Quaid-e-Azam on March 23, 1940 had breathed new life into the Tehreek-e-Pakistan which created a new enthusiasm among the Muslims of the subcontinent. It is worth mentioning here that the All India Muslim League The resolution tabled at that time was called the "Lahore Resolution" which was ridiculed by the enemies of Islam and Pakistan as the "Pakistan Resolution". From that day onwards, the Lahore Resolution became known as the Pakistan Resolution. And the Muslims happily accepted the new name, the "Pakistan Resolution".

The Pakistan Resolution on the basis of which the Muslim League launched a movement for the separation of Muslims in the subcontinent and succeeded in getting its demand approved after seven years. The demand that emerged on the world map in the name of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. ۔

Caste, creed and sectarian Hinduism not only made life difficult for Muslims but also made life difficult for other minorities, including Christians. It was extremely difficult to cultivate political, social, religious and economic traditions and this was the culmination of the two-nation ideology, moreover the intoxicated Congress government in power took extremist decisions to appease the Hindu majority.

Therefore, the Muslims of India had risen up against these anti-Muslim conditions because a separate homeland had become indispensable to protect them from the atrocities of the Brahmins. Addressing the inaugural session on March 22, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah said for the first time: The issue is not sectarian in nature but international, meaning it is a two-nation issue. ”

"The difference between Hindus and Muslims is so great and clear that their unity under a central government will be fraught with dangers," he said, adding that the only way to have two nations was to have separate states. "

The next day, on the same lines, on March 23, the Chief Minister of Bengal, Maulvi Fazlullah alias Sher-e-Bengal, presented a resolution in Lahore stating that no constitutional plan would be viable or acceptable to Muslims until a There should be no demarcation of separate geographical units.

Where there is a numerical majority of Muslims, such as the north-western and northeastern regions of India, they should be merged to form independent states in which the units involved have sovereignty and sovereignty. This resolution presented by Maulvi Fazlullah The PML-N leader was supported by Chaudhry Khaliq-ul-Zaman, Maulana Zafar Ali Khan from Punjab, Sardar Aurangzeb from NWFP (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa), Sir Abdullah Haroon from Sindh and Qazi Issa from Balochistan.

The Pakistan Resolution was passed in the concluding session on March 24. At the meeting of the Muslim League in Madras in April 1941, the Lahore Resolution was included in the constitution of the party and on this basis the Pakistan Movement was started. The then Chief Minister of Punjab was Sir Sikandar Hayat Khan who was also the President of the Punjab Muslim League. Before joining the Muslim League, he was the head of the Unist Party.


On March 23, 1940, in the city of Lahore, the Muslims of India announced their destination. And bluntly stated that we declare the struggle for free territories for the Muslims in India. According to this historic resolution, the All India Muslim League The meeting deliberately concluded that only a proposal on the constitutional future of India based on the following principles would be workable and acceptable.

That is to say, the existing provincial boundaries should be redistributed and the country should be divided in such a way that independent states can be established in the areas where there is a majority of Muslims. And supreme power will be gained.

The nation had a clear vision and fortunately there were ingenious leaders like Quaid-e-Azam whose leadership was charming and inspiring as well as an advocate of honesty and integrity in politics.

By the end of World War II, Muslims had united under the banner of the Indo-Muslim League. In 1945, the Viceroy of India, Lord Wavell, held elections to gauge the popularity of the Muslim League and the demand for Pakistan and the strength of other parties. Despite the opposition of the Muslims to the so-called United Front, the Muslim League achieved a historic victory and the Muslim League emerged as the representative party of the Muslims of India and thus the goal of achieving Pakistan became closer and closer.

March 23 every year reminds the people of Pakistan of the spirit that led to the establishment of Pakistan Let us pledge that the Kingdom of God will not refrain from shedding the last drop of its blood for the protection of the geographical and ideological borders of Pakistan.

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