Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was very anxious about the future of the Muslims of South Asia. His views about the ideology of Pakistan were very clear. He said
“Pakistan had come into being the day the first nonMuslim was converted into a Muslim in India.”
In 1941 he elaborated the separate status of the Muslim Nation by saying:
“India had never been a single country or a nation. The issue of the subcontinent is international. The differences in
culture, social.and economic values are of ideological nature.”
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