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What is the purpose of Pakistan?

by Rana Ijaz Hussain Chohan
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Rana Ijaz Hussain Chohan

August 14 is an exciting day for the people of Pakistan, because it is the day of victory, the day of fulfillment of aspirations and the day of freedom of Muslims of India. Today, there is a need for every Pakistani to celebrate independence with full enthusiasm and consider the purpose of the establishment of Pakistan. While reviving the sleeping thoughts in the corner of the mind, he should bring back the memories of the freedom struggle, see the movements for the establishment of Pakistan with his vision, bring the situation of Muslims before the creation of Pakistan, and recall the great sacrifices of the martyrs given for the establishment of Pakistan and consider what was the purpose of the creation of Pakistan. Why did The Founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah fight for a separate state? Then this fact can be easily understood. That the force that made people belonging to different provinces, regions, nations and different sects a unified nation was the power of Islamic ideology. The creation of an independent independent, Islamic welfare state, Pakistan, on the 27th of Ramazan, August 14, 1947, with the blessings and power of The Word of Tayyaba, is undoubtedly a great reward of nature for the people of Pakistan, and The Word of Tayyaba is our vision of Pakistan. If the two words of The Ideology of Pakistan have to be used in one word, it is Islam. Gandhi and Nehru’s argument against Pakistan was that conversion does not change the nation, nationalist scholars also held the same view that the nation is made from the country and not from religion, but both the poet Of the East Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah strongly argued that Muslims are a separate nation on the basis of their separate religion. As if we can discuss and analyze as much as we want, the basis of the Movement of Pakistan is Islam, Islam itself made us a lead wall against the opponents of the establishment of Pakistan.
Consider the famous slogan of Quaid-e-Azam, Faith, Unity and Organization that the power of faith united us, we became a nation and we were able to get a separate region, state and homeland for ourselves. See this brief excerpt from Quaid-e-Azam’s speech at The Muslim University, Aligarh on March 8, 1944. “Pakistan came into existence on the same day that the first Hindu muslim in India took place. The basis of the nationhood of Muslims is the word monotheism, not homeland and race.” The enemies of the ideological foundations of the establishment of Pakistan do not tire of expressing that there is no reference to Islam in the Lahore Resolution, nor was there any determination and intention to implement Islam after the creation of Pakistan. They should consider how broad the meaning of the shortest words of the word Tawheed was for Quaid-e-Azam.He said that Pakistan came into existence on the same day when a Hindu became a Muslim. Quaid-e-Azam also described Islam as the motivation and reason for Pakistan. Surprisingly, a country that did not even exist in the world of reality, only Islam changed the map of the world and laid the foundation of this new country and at the same time a new example was set in the world because India was divided only in the name of religion. If those who play the drum of secularism read the statements of Hindu politicians in the Hindu newspapers of that era, they will know that the Hindu community was opposing Pakistan because they considered the demand for Pakistan to be a link of Islamism.
The purpose of the establishment of Pakistan was that the system of government would be established here according to the principles of the Holy Quran, the last and comprehensive book of Allah, which was revealed to the last Messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Refer to the following order of Quaid-e-Azam. “Everyone is aware of the fact that the Qur’an is the basic and complete code of life of Muslims. Which has the rules of society, religion, trade, court, military affairs, civil, criminal and penal regulations.” Quaid-e-Azam also reminded the Muslims of the command of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that every Muslim should keep a copy of the Holy Quran with him so that he can get guidance for himself from it. Quaid-e-Azam had also said in a very clear and unambiguous manner: “Pakistan doesn’t just mean freedom and freedom, it really means the Muslim ideology that needs to be protected.” Consider that if the implementation of Quranic teachings and Quranic injunctions does not mean secularism, then how can Quaid-e-Azam’s thinking be called secular? Today, there is a need to make Pakistan a beautiful and excellent Islamic welfare state by following the principles of the Holy Quran and following the holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).

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