Quaid-e-Azam's death anniversary and the loss of Pakistan?

Quaid-e-Azam's death anniversary and the loss of Pakistan


When we write about the founder of Pakistan, Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, we often mention various anti-Pakistan characters around him. On the occasion of Quaid-e-Azam's death anniversary on September 9, he will also mention the fanaticism of Islam and slapping in the face of those who prove it to be secular, slapping through the writings in the history and a lost coin.

This counterfeit coin belongs to Sir Sikandar Hayat, a well-known member of the All India Muslim League. Sir Sikandar Hayat was in Sir Fazal Hussain's Unionist Party. The Unionist Party merged with the Muslim League. He also joined the Muslim League. He was the president of Punjab All India Muslim League. Also, the Chief Minister of the Punjab Assembly in United India. The original Lahore draft was prepared by him, Sir Sikandar Hayat, and presented by the Chief Minister of Bengal, Maulvi Fazal Haq, at a meeting of the Muslim League at Manto Park.

The draft proposed a confederation under a central government in India. But when it was discussed in the subject committee of the Muslim League, the Quaid-e-Azam cut off the mention of a single central government. Sir Alexander Hayat was furious. He had said in the Punjab Assembly on March 11, 1941, that his ideology of Quaid-e-Azam's partition of India, ie Pakistan, was different from Hindu Raj in India on one side and Muslim Raj on the other.

According to him, I will strongly oppose this destructive ideology. May Allah oppose that Sir Alexander Hayat passed away the following year at the age of 50. Thus, Quaid-e-Azam was deprived of the two-nation ideology of Pakistan. The country was saved from a lost coin.

Sir Sikandar Hayat made baseless allegations against the Quaid-e-Azam.

He once narrated an incident in Lyallpur (Faisalabad). Malik Barkat Ali, a lover of Quaid-e-Azam's two-nation ideology of Pakistan, heard himself and wrote to Quaid-e-Azam in 1941 that Sir Sikandar Hayat had said in a speech in Lyallpur (Faisalabad) that I may be a sinful person but I pray regularly.
When your Quaid-e-Azam does not offer prayers even once a day, I wish there was a book on the life of Quaid-e-Azam, a fanatic of Islam, about prayers, or maybe there is, but we do not know. 

Ahmed Saeed, a former president of the Department of History, MAO College, Lahore, wrote the Qur'an. He writes: The Quaid-e-Azam offered Eid-ul-Fitr prayers at the Mumbai Ground in the year 2000.

The Ambassador of Afghanistan to India, Marshal Shah Wali, was also present on the occasion. (1) On May 1, Quaid-e-Azam offered Friday prayers at the Badshahi Mosque. The Grand Mufti of Hungary, Allama Affandi, also offered prayers with him. 2) He addressed the Muslims after the Eid prayers at Azad Maidan Park, Mumbai on November 2, 2013. He offered Asr prayers at the Australian Mosque, Lahore on March 3, 2013.

On this occasion, you were wearing wide pajamas and achkan Zeb. He arrived at the mosque late. Instead of jumping up and down the rows, he sat in the back row. After the prayers, he picked up his own shoes. (2) On October 3, he performed Eid-ul-Adha in Nagpur. On this occasion, people were anxious to shake hands with you after the sermon and prayers. You came to the mic and after saying Eid Mubarak to everyone, he said in a very excited manner: If you all shake hands with me, then my hand. Will stay here

(2) On the occasion of the Karachi meeting of the All India Muslim League, Quaid-e-Azam offered Friday prayers in the mosque of Al-Islam in Sindh. (2) He offered Eid prayers in New Delhi on November 9 and on this occasion from the Muslims. Also, addressed Similarly, he addressed the Muslims of Mumbai after Eid-ul-Adha prayers on November 2, 2013. In December, Quaid-e-Azam visited London.

Mumtaz Hassan Sahib was also with him on the occasion. Explaining the halal nature of this journey, Mumtaz Hassan wrote: (1) In London, the Quaid-e-Azam preferred to go to the mosque where ordinary Muslims pray, so he went to the East End Mosque, where the poor Muslims Some people stood up while the sermon was being delivered on the arrival of Quaid-e-Azam.

On this, he refused to go ahead and said I am late so the place I got is suitable for me. (2) On this occasion, Z. A. Silhari was also praying with Quaid-e-Azam. According to the narration, Quaid-e-Azam was sitting in the last row and listening to the sermon in a very traditional manner. I used to stand with him in the prayer. A person wanted to tie the laces of his shoes after the prayer but you did not. Don't let that happen.

(2) On July 2, Quaid-e-Azam offered Friday prayers in the mosque of Hyderabad Deccan. The incident of giving adhan of Allama Mashriqi Sahib in a meeting of Punjab Muslim Students Federation at Islamia College Lahore Is. When the Quaid-e-Azam heard the call to prayer at twelve o'clock in the afternoon, he said that this was not the time for prayers. Obviously, a person does not offer prayers. How did he know which prayers are offered at which time?

(2) There are many other occasions of Quaid-e-Azam's attachment to religion.  It was attended by Muslims, Arabs, Mughals, Memons, and Bohras from all walks of life. Muhammad Ali Jinnah, 5 years old, was also present in this program. Allah celebrated his birthday.

(2) Five years later, in December at the London Metropole Hotel, the Muslim Society of Britain organized a ceremony under the chairmanship of Sir Akbar Haideri to pay homage to the Holy Prophet. The event was attended by Allama Iqbal, Abbas Ali Baig, Lord Headley (new Muslim), Dr. Shafaat Ahmad Khan, AH Ghaznavi, and Sardar Iqbal Ali Shah, as well as ministers from Iran, Albania, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia.

The name of Quaid-e-Azam was also mentioned in it. Quaid-e-Azam presided over it. The Quaid-e-Azam said on the occasion, “Islam is not only a collection of customs, traditions and spiritual ideologies, but Islam is also a code for every Muslim, which covers his behavior, but also his politics and economics.” It is also a matter of love for Islam that as a member of the Imperial Legislative Council in 1971, Quaid-e-Azam presented a draft of Islamic Law Waqf Ali Al-Awlad and gave it legal status.

It is noteworthy that this was the first time in the constitutional darkness of India that the Council had formalized a private member's bill. This work was done by Quaid-e-Azam. It is a matter of shame that Dhag calls Quaid-e-Azam a secularist. (1) This proved it. Keep praying. Keep paying homage to Hazur.

So ruthless secular Dhago, fanatics of Islam, you falsely prove my Quaid-e-Azam to be secular. Unsurprisingly, along with the Pakistani rulers, the Muslims of the subcontinent also benefit from the resources of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, such as Madinah. I also conspire to make the founder of Pakistan, who was created in the name of La ilaha illa Allah, secular.

Warning! As long as there are fanatics of Islam in this country, your conspiracies will not succeed. Perhaps now, according to the dream of Allama Iqbal and the vision of Quaid-e-Azam, Allah has sent an individual to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state of Madinah. This will put peanuts on your chest. As you have been rubbing peanuts on the breasts of the fanatics of Islam for the last 3 years, along with you, the lost coins of Quaid-e-Azam and All India Muslim League will also be exposed.

God willing.


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