Pakistan’s government is really a rare development in global history. This can be argued that Pakistan came into being on the same day the first resident on the Sub-continent followed Islam. And it was the 1857 war of independence that set the theoretical cycle of thought and theory in motion to protect the Muslim minority’s interests.
Neither conditions, nor financial opportunities were conducive or adequate for the Muslim community, but their religion, commitment and bravery succeeded in realizing the beloved (as well as the religious) aspirations of India’s downtrodden Muslims. The Muslim League was established in 1906 to safeguard Muslim rights. The first Muslim delegation, consisting of thirty-six Muslim leaders, met at Simla on 1 October 1906 with the viceroy of India. There they put forward the Muslims demand for a separate state.
On 29 December 1930, Allama Muhammad Iqbal proposed the concept of independence from the Muslims League forum in his presidential speech at Allahabad. The talented Muslim student Mr. Muhammad Aslam Khan Khattak along with two other classmates suggested Pakistan ‘s name in 1932, even though it was only a idea at the time. The name was suggested in the “Now or Never” pamphlet issue. Pakistan, the living evidence of our dreams and the beautiful land of our hopes for the future, is the product of the beautiful day that dawned on history on 23 March 1940.
And just what a day it was. The venue was the 34th session of the whole India Muslim League, held in the vibrant city of Lahore, as a symbol of the Indian Muslims’ two-century-old fight to reclaim their heritage and their birthright of free speech. A multitude of muslim leaders from all over India attended the conference. Everything were portrayed by the clever Pakhtuns, the intelligent Bengalis, the earnest Bahrain, the brave Sindhi, the burly Punjabis and Balochis.
The famous Pakistan resolution was adopted by Maulana Fazl-ul Haq, Bengal’s chief minister (reputed for his towering personality) At that time the Pakhtun State was portrayed by Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, Sardar Aurangzeb Khan And Khan Saad Ullah Khan. The workshop took place in Minto Park, (now called Iqbal Park), in the shadow of Badshahi Masjid’s gleaming minaret.
Mr. Attlee the British Prime Minister made an important decision on February 20, 1947 to give full self-government by June 1947, and a new change emerged in the situation. Following a series of consolations with Congress representatives and the British Government, Lord Mountbatten, India’s last viceroy, launched a new plan called the June Plan.
The Mountbatten proposal has been approved by both Congress and the Muslim League. In July 1947, the Indian Independence Act was presented in the Uk Parliament and obtained Royal Assent on July 18, 1947; On 20 July 1947, independent provisional governments were formed for India and Pakistan. Around midnight on August 14 , 1947, British India was subdivided into two independent countries, Pakistan and India.
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