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, and lifestyle. It was not only essential for both nations but also for the constant peace for Asia. Liaquat Ali Khan was trying to give vent to the substantial doubts and apprehensions for the division of India.

He also explained what difficulties and challenges Pakistan had to face after its creation. He elaborated that at the time of division of India and creation of Pakistan faced the most dangerous and miserable problems and difficulties. There was no capital, no flag and not any administrative power to run that country. The equipment that was announced as the share of Pakistan was also blocked and even now it was not delivered to Pakistan. It became tough for Pakistan’s survival. Our whole nation was backward; there were no industries to run, no administrative office. We got independence and freedom with a poor economic condition in a blind way, where there was no light to goal. We had to face the biggest challenge of seven millions of refugees driven out from India came over to us in a miserable plight to seek shelter, but we faced this challenge too. “But After three-year, we are stronger than before. And in spite of some very anxious moments when our international rights and our freedom seemed to be in jeopardy, we are still free”.

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