Independence Day of Pakistan

History Of 14th August 1947 Independence Day of Pakistan

On 14 august the day of freedom, the day when the two-nation theory gets successful and became the cause of independence of Pakistan, the Muslims of the subcontinent get freedom, with the leadership of great Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Muslims gets a reward after a long hardship.

We discovered Pakistan after a lot of exertions. Our beloved nation Pakistan started to be a free Muslim state on 14 August 1947.

History of 14th august 1947

The subcontinent remained a British colony from 1847 to 1947; Muslims were the rulers before the British raj and suffered after the war of 1857 against the British, many great leaders such as Sir Syed Ahmad khan and Molana Muhammad Ali Johor work hard for the Muslims people political advancement.

In 1885 All India National congress was founded, Major Muslim political leaders, including Muhammad Ali Jinnah, were members of the Indian National Congress and worked toward Hindu-Muslim unity and India’s independence, but soon they realized that the Hindus are never serious with Muslims they never see the improvement of Muslimsancement.

In 1906 All India Muslim league was founded, and there was a growing demand for an independent state for Muslims in India. In 1930 the great Alama Iqbal give the idea of a separate Muslim state which geographically consist of a Muslim state in India.

Strong Hindu nationalism is the major cause of the Two Nation Theory, an ideology that is accredited as being the basis for Pakistan’s creation. In 1940 the Pakistan Resolution was passed in Lahore demanding greater Muslim autonomy in British India.

After World War II, it was expected that the British colonies would soon fragment. The Pakistan Movement, headed by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, resulted in a Muslim state. Pakistan gained independence from British rule on August 14, 1947.

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