The British and the Congress leadership were totly unable to stop the pace of Quaid e azam muhammad ali jinnah, in fact, was gaining the momentum necessary for the “Big Day”
In Sub-continent Muslims and Hindus are living side by side for centuries. With all the differences in religion, Hinds worship and Muslims eat Cows, which means Religion is not the only reason for separation.
Do you think it’s simple like that?
Great leader Quaid Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, dissatisfied with the attitude of Indian Muslims, left India but later returned with the ultimate goal, to secure the rights of the helpless and visionless Muslim community.
These lines of Allama Muhammad Iqbal’s letter yo Quid e Azam Shows the real Face of our collective wisdom.
I know you are a busy man, but I do hope you won’t mind my writing to you often, as you are the only Muslim in India today to whom the community has the right to look up for safe guidance through the storm which is coming to North-West India and, perhaps, to the whole of India
Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah mobilized the Muslim League, traveled across India, and mentally prepared them for the upcoming U-turn, reshaping their future.
Finally, the day arrived for which they had been working hard: the Lahore Resolution Day Quaid arrived on a train adorned with colorful flags. The place of the event was Manto Park, now known as Iqbal Park, filled with thousands of people who had been gathering since Fajr. It was the day of destiny.
When his turn Quaid started his speech there were almost at least a hundred thousand people, they were listening to him, they were unable to understand, what he was saying, not knowing what was meant, but they knew Muhammad Ali Jinnah, they knew that whatever he was saying was true and he was the only truth.
Quaid-e-Azam delivered a detailed speech for about two hours, and it was in pure English language. The listeners, mostly illiterate and unfamiliar with English, still listened to him, why?
Why do people trust Muhammah Ali Jinnah?
It is the secret of fame, whoever abandoned his position, status, wealth, and power for the sake of God’s beloved creation.
Nature honored him with respect and elevated his honor in the same way, by the same people.
It calls upon all people of knowledge to contemplate.
Why do common people stand on the road with flowers?
Not everyone is meant to know or comprehend the timing, nature and execution of every task.
Here is another picture from 1946, where Quaid-e-Azam addresses a gathering on Pakistan’s independence. In the presence of countable individuals, half of the chairs are empty.
Our unfortunate misfortune lies in the replacement of the elite and the nationless bureaucracy, once they hold a pivotal role in shaping influential institutions worldwide. Today, they seem to have overlooked the fact that this nation emerged from an era when offices functioned with thorns instead of paper pins, operating within containers. We have lost our identity, our heritage, and our cherished legacy in mere words.
We have tragically lost our generations, our past, and our legacy. ٰIn words, not the sentences in words.
“I have no doubt that with unity, faith, and discipline we will compare with any nation of the world. You must make up your mind now, we must sink individualism and petty jealousy and make up our minds to serve the people with honesty and faithfulness.”
It has been rewritten, altering the essence of faith, unity, and discipline. The Islamization of our country continues to inflict wounds upon us. Understanding requires a farsighted vision, not just mere words.
For centuries, we have been devoid of vision. Countless leaders, but lacking in Muslim leadership. Only one man possessed the vision, understanding the destination, and where to go.
We are handing over a priceless piece of land and a gem named freedom to the next generations, unskilled extremism in behaviors. They are not treated as was their right, and lack of a living environment, what will they do with limited brain capacity and toxic ideologies?
Words from a Hero Brutally Ignored: Dr. Iqbal Shadai
Lost Pages from History: Dr. Iqbal Shadai‘s Unmet Encounter with Jinnah, Yet Timeless Lines That Mesmerize and Remain Relevant Today
“Our dearest quad-i-Azam Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Before this great son of Islam took the reins of our leadership, we did not know what we were struggling for.
Our old leaders had no clear-out program to put before us. We were wandering behind them in an unlimited wilderness without any aim or object. This man was sent by God Almighty to lead us to victory, light, and freedom. In six years only he got back that most precious and dearest gem of liberty which had been snatched from us by the British a century and a half ago.
Gentlemen this brave and courageous man was alone in the midst of a terrible whirlwind of taunts from both our friends and foes. Some called him a lackey of the British Imperialists and others called him the enemy of India and of the whole East. But that great Son of Islam stood like a rock amidst this stormy ocean of human taunts.
His only reply to his friends and foes was,
“I shall get for my people a free and independent PAKISTAN”.
He succeeded in his aims and today we are here to congratulate him and his happy nation,
Echoes of the Past, A Quest to Future
I cannot pass comment on previous generations, but I can confidently make a statement: we are about to confront our own incompetence. No country has ever been destroyed solely due to corruption, but rather when a characterless generation lacking vision, creativity, and competence takes the helm. The invaluable treasures built over centuries are squandered, from “Motorways to Metro.”