Initial Problems that Pakistan Faced

What were the problems that the Asian countries were facing at the time of partition and how Pakistan stood unified in spite of facing those problems itself? Ans: When Pakistan came into being most or Asian countries were facing the problems of nationalism with colonial backwardness, impatience rule and in aggression everywhere were some of the prominent principles that had been set by the Islam. These were the beliefs that the Muslims wanted to practice…

"Initial Problems that Pakistan Faced"

Demand of Muslims for a separate homeland

Q No 2: On what basis the demand of Muslims for a separate homeland was reasonable? OR How the creation of Pakistan had dissolved the threat that Asia could be permanent danger zone? Answer: In his address, Liaquat Ali Khan told that the demand of Muslims for a separate homeland was totally justified not only on human grounds but also on political grounds. If the British India was divided, It would give Muslims an opportunity that…

"Demand of Muslims for a separate homeland"

Pakistan And Modern World, 2nd Video Lecture, Urdu Transaltion

In the second video lecture of the Essay Pakistan and Modern World, Liaquat Ali Khan elaborated the circumstances of Muslim’s demand for the separate homeland for them. Liaquat Ali Khan also explained that it was the fact that difference between these religions in culture, the way of life, religious, worship was completely different and made these two nations to divide India into two separate states where both nations could lead their life and promote their culture, religions,…

"Pakistan And Modern World, 2nd Video Lecture, Urdu Transaltion"

Pakistan and Modern World, Urdu Translation, Lecture No 1

This is 1st lecture of the English Prose, Pakistan and Modern World in BA English. This is actually the speech delivered by Liaqat Ali Khan on his 1st tour to United States of America. In his Speech, Liaqat Ali Khan firstly, told the circumstance of Pakistan came in to being. He explained that when British determined to leave subcontinent, It was so vast that it had geographically a separate land where the Muslims were larger in…

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