FROM JINNAH TO ZIA: Failure Of Law Of Necessity by Muhammad Munir

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This book does not claim to be a history of Pakistan; it is concerned with a part of that history, namely, the ideological and geographical changes in Pakistan. Its aim is to show how from the Secularism of Quaid-e-Azam, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the State has drafted into the hands of an orthodox element which claims that they will make Pakistan a totally Islamic State, as it was in the days of Nizam-i-Mustafa.

There can be no doubt that Jinnah was a secularist and against theocracy. In his speech to the Constituent Assembly on 11th August 1947, he had given a picture of Pakistan which was nothing short of a secular state in which Muslims and non-Muslims could live together and be its citizens, with equal rights of citizenship, and that religion would be a private affair of the individual, having nothing to do with the administration of the State.

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