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    What do you think Jinnah would have said if he was alive today?

    In 1948 Jinnah was dismayed when the people of east Bengal demanded of him to make Bangla national language of Pakistan and on his refusal to do so, they protested. Further he was dismayed when the commander in chief of the army refused his order to take over the action for liberating Kashmir. Earlier to this Radclife Award also disappointed him. Having met these ordeals in his life time he might have anticipated far greater difficulties for people of Pakistan in future. He has stressed that Pakistan will be a state where everyone will be a Pakistani irrespective of his creed, caste or color. There will be no discrimination by state for citizens on the basis of religion or caste. Everyone will be having an equal status in law, politics and economic activity. When confronted with the prevalent situation in Pakistan. Particularly terrorism, sectarian fights victimization of minorities. Desecration of Mosques, Churches, school, hospitals, streets and homes in Pakistan by the handful of bandits on the pretext of blasphemy would have certainly made him regretful.
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