Those who seconded the resolution, in their speeches declared the occasion as a historic one. Cripps Mission, 1942 A set of proposals which were set up by the British govt in March, 1942. Pakistan was immediately identified as migrant state born amid bloodshed. They have different epics, different heroes and different episodes. Chundrigar, Sardar Aurangzeb Khan, Khawaja Nazimuddin, Abdul Hashim and Malik Barkat Ali etc. Today the Indian Vice President,Foreign Minister,chief justice of India and the head of Intelligence bureau are Muslims.
The British government wanted to get the cooperation of the Indian people in order to deal with the war situation. So far as the Congress was concerned it was not happy with these offers because they wanted responsible govt in India as soon as possible. Hindu Mahasabha rejected the resolution by claiming that it was a step closer towards a civil war within two nations on the basis of religion. However we have some bitter memories from our hindu brothers but not more then you have among yourselves. Wreaths are also laid at the mausoleums of and founder of Pakistan. It gave new energy and courage to the Muslims of the region who gathered around Quaid-i-Azam from the platform of the Muslim League to struggle for their freedom. It means that the authors of the Resolution were foreseeing two separate states in the north-western and eastern zones of India.
In I India, of-course, there was a hue and cry among the Hindus……. Rehmat Ali and his colleague did valuable spadework by publishing and widely circulating literature to expound and popularize the idea of Pakistan. Jinnah was the most astute personality of his time and to be more precise , among Muslims. It emphasized the principles that were relevant to modern state system and the political context of British India. Fazlul Haq, the name Pakistan was initially suggested by Choudhury Rehmat Ali in his Pakistan declaration.
The dreams that were seen by Mister Jinnah are completely fall in the well. Both of them contended that Mohammad Ali Jinnah had created Pakistan as a modern Muslim-majority state, and not a theological one. Group photo of in centre and other of in ,. Das in which he clearly mentioned that the Hindus and the Muslims were two separate and distict nationas which could never be merged into a single nation. Although clumsily worded, it delivered a clear message. The resolution that was placed before the Delhi Convention of Muslim Legislators in 1946 included the principle that the zones comprising Bengal and Assam in the Northeast and the Punjab, North West Frontier Province, Sind and Baluchistan in the Northwest of India, namely Pakistan zones, where the Muslims are in a dominant majority, be constituted into a sovereign independent 'state' and that an unequivocal undertaking be given to implement the establishment of Pakistan without delay.
This was evident in their struggle and tenacity for the creation of Pakistan. Their concepts on life and of life are different. These were slight improvements on the offer which was made to the Indian leaders in 1940. It was on the basis of this resolution that in 1946 the Muslim League decided to go for one state for the Muslims, instead of two. The dynamic leadership of the Quaid and the commitment and devotion of the followers made it possible for them to achieve an independent state within seven years of their struggle, and that too when the odds were against them. Though many might think that Muhammad Ali Jinnah was clear in stating that he wanted a separate state, which in turn implies that he wanted the partition of India to happen, a Pakistani-American historian and sociologist named Ayesha Jalal claimed in 2012 that Jinnah never actually wanted the partition to happen.
John Brightened recommended that India should be divided into a number of provinces. If such a demand would have been accepted by Congress, it would have been a disaster for India because the Muslim minority would have held entire India hostage to its demands and pushed India to the dark ages. The demand for Pakistan was based on Muslim nationalism which meant the Muslim cultural, religious and national freedom. Though such a division had taken place during the partition of Bengal, the repetition of the same on the western side was treated to be more alarming as the number of people affected was much larger. After many deliberations and years of some modifications, the first set of the Constitution of Pakistan was enforced in the country on 23 March 1956. Very often the hero of one is a foe of the other, and likewise, their victories and defeats overlap.
While Pakistan's celebrates its freedom from , the Republic Day celebrates of coming into force of its constitution. . His arguments caught the imagination of the Muslim masses. It made worldly demand keeping in view the peculiar problems of the Muslims of British India, the political experience of the Muslim community and the prevailing debate about the ways to protect Muslim identity, rights and interests against the backdrop of the modern state system established by the British in India. This is a literalist interpretation of the Lahore Resolution which can be described as flawed. That factor has to be taken into account because they did not want to be overwhelmed by the majority community and they wanted to protect and promote their identity and interests and that is why there were different proposals. The cultural and educational policies of these ministries alienated the Muslims.
There are four points raised in this Resolution. Ayub quit in March 1969. By doing so he managed to handle well the issue of Khaksar disturbances. Most of them believed and advocated that Pakistan would have an Islam based political system. In fact, it was the Hindu press which dubbed the Lahore Resolution as a demand for Pakistan.