Some people still question, “Was Pakistan really inevitable?”
|Why was Pakistan really inevitable...|
Yes, it was really inevitable because the moment Pakistan came into existence oppressed Muslims of the South Asia got a place, where they could live freely and mould their lives in accordance with the principles of Quran and Sunnah.
If Pakistan had not been created, the Muslims in India would have remained there as a nameless nation or a religious minority. Pakistan is a great gift of Allah, which came into being on 27th Ramzan-ul-Mubarak, Yaum-al-Juma (Friday, 27th of Ramadan), so that the Muslims should bow before Allah for this great favour of a sovereign state.
Quaid-e-Azam said, on the occasion of Independence Day, in his message to the nation, "It is with the feelings of the greatest happiness and emotion that I send you my greetings. August 14 is the birthday of the independent and sovereign state of Pakistan. It marks the fulfilment of the destiny of the Muslim nation which made great sacrifices in the past few years to have its homeland."
He added: "Today is Jumma-tul-wida, last Friday of the Holy month of Ramazan, a day of rejoicing for all of us wherever we may be in this vast Sub-continent and for the matter of that throughout the world. Let the Muslim congregations in their thousands, in all the mosques, bow in all humility before the Allah Almighty and thank Him of His eternal kindness and generosity seeking His guidance and assistance in the task of making Pakistan to a great state and themselves into its worthy citizens".
"Finally, let me tell you, fellow citizens, Pakistan is a land of great potential resources. But to build it up into a country worthy of the Muslim nation we shall require every once of energy that we possess and I am confident that it will come from all whole-heartedly. Pakistan Zindabad".