Dewan of Junagadh’s Special Message on Pakistan’s Independence Day
By News Desk
The slogan of Indian nationalism was the greatest political fraud of the 20th century – H.E. Sultan Ahmad Ali- Dewan of Junagadh
Islamabad – Dewan (Prime Minister) of Junagadh State, His Excellency Sahibzada Sultan Ahmad Ali, giving a special message on the occasion of Pakistan’s Independence Day, said that Pakistan has come into existence for a great purpose. The creation of Pakistan is sheer negation of false Indian nationalism and an affirmation of the two-nation theory. The slogan of Indian nationalism was the worst political fraud of the 20th century, which was defeated by Allama Iqbal’s thought and willing leadership of Quaid-e-Azam who worked hard and the dream of Pakistan became a reality.
Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah wanted to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state where socio-economic justice would be available at the doorstep of the people without any discrimination of colour, creed and caste. On this basis, Nawab of Junagadh annexed the State of Junagadh to Pakistan on September 15, 1947.
Sahibzada Sultan Ahmed Ali said that on the occasion of Independence Day, we should remember the commitment of the Founder of Pakistan to Junagadh and the commitment of Nawab of Junagadh to Pakistan. The problem of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and Junagadh has been unresolved for the last seven decades, which is the unfinished aspect of the partition of 1947 and the unfinished agenda of the United Nations since 1948.
Quaid-i-Millat, Nawabzada Liaquat Ali Khan had clarified in the Junagadh case that Junagadh is a part of Pakistan under international law. Dewan of Junagadh further said that Pakistan is our spiritual commitment and Kashmir and the State of Junagadh are part of this commitment. Junagadh is our historical and legal right and living nations do not give up their right, so we have to keep fighting for our right.
Indian occupation of Junagadh and Kashmir is the worst example of colonial remnants in the 21st century. On the occasion of Independence Day, Pakistani embassies should raise their voice for the cause of Junagadh and Kashmir so that the real face of Indian barbarism should be exposed and the issue of Kashmir and Junagadh can be resolved according to the principles of law and justice.